22240RE: [wuhu_software_group] Re: Installed a Peet 2100 and how do I log data for an extended period
- Jun 12, 2013You can export as csv's for logging for excel.
For other formats that are on update you can use a template:
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of pavlicekgov
Sent: Wednesday, June 12, 2013 3:16 PM
Subject: [wuhu_software_group] Re: Installed a Peet 2100 and how do I log data for an extended period
Thanks. But what kind of files will it put out. What I have seen now is that it is not.csv. But a different one. I can read it out as text. I (of course) want to read it out so I can use excel. Is that possible.
Also it is kind of sad (and not necessaryily WUHu fault) that station has all kinds of modes but there is so little software that makes use of it. To the point: the datalogger mode is fine, but it is only 2s actual data. So you do miss what is one of the strenghts of the Peet. The fact that windgusts can be mmeasured with 0,5 S and in case of a gust it will detect it and it will be 0,25s. Much better than Davis.
Is htere a reason why other modes, which do incorporate the extrems measured in between longer intervals (say 5 or 12 s intervals) are supported?
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "wuhu_software" <wuhu_software@...> wrote:
> In the setup, you set the history depth up to 1 week of data. This is the data that you can view live.
> If you want to collect history for longer periods, enable the writing of this history file. New history files can be created each month automatically to keep the file size manageable.
> Wind "gust" is the highest value seen in the past 10 minutes I believe. All data sent by the console is saved.
> --- In email@example.com, "pavlicekgov" <pavlicekgov@> wrote:
> > So I installed the Peet 2100. Everything works just fine, just a little hussle because I did not read that you have to set the barometer. As am just testing this, I did not set it. Good thing the log shows the barometer is the problem. Disabled it and it is fine.
> > I wonder about how things are logged though. Because I want to let it log standalone and may be untouched for weeks, how does it log the data. I ama bit nervous about the remark that you cannot log more than 24 h?? Does it make a log file itself and then continue or what do you have to do to get things logged in .csv format? I can't do it manually all the the time so..
> > Also: does it register the 0,25 s or 0,5 s windspeed peaks? Does it rad out the peet logger or not?
> > Thanks in advance!
> > Regards,
> > gov
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