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Post by pete252 on Sat May 10, 2014 5:29 pm

Where can I find the RFX log?

I have 2 Bresser Thermo Hygro's and it looks like the system can't differentiate between the two, a look at the log might help.
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Re: RFX Logging

Post by skiv71 on Sat May 10, 2014 8:07 pm

Hi Pete,

When you enable rfx logging, all decode incoming message are also sent to the data point, scada - rfx_in, which you can see from the 'scada' watch list.

With regard to the sensor, does that model have a channel selection switch/dip switches?

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Post by pete252 on Sat May 10, 2014 10:02 pm

Thanks Neil, will have a look.

Yes these do have dip switches one on ch1 one one ch4
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Post by skiv71 on Sat May 10, 2014 11:14 pm

Did you preset the reset switch?

You're system was only showing the xx0E sensor
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Post by pete252 on Sat May 10, 2014 11:24 pm

Actually you could be correct, I will try it tomorrow. Very Happy Very Happy
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Re: RFX Logging

Post by skiv71 on Sun May 11, 2014 10:43 am

Hi Pete,

Just had a look in your system and i can confirm that you do have 2 sensors transmitting with the same ID...

0x52:07-xx0E:1=23.2
0x52:07-xx0E:2=40

and

0x52:07-xx0E:1=21.3
0x52:07-xx0E:2=48

The 52 denotes type temp/humid.

The 07 denotes sub type TFA/cresta (of which your sensors are a clone).

You need to check the channel switch options...

It should define the last byte (currently 0E) of the id.

Something not right there...
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Re: RFX Logging

Post by skiv71 on Sun May 11, 2014 2:03 pm

Hi Pete,

I've had a look again and i can see what the problem is.

All the other sensors i've tested, have a unique ID, made of 2 bytes, where byte 2 is linked to the channel selected.

These TFA/Cresta clones you have seem to do it differently, where the ID byte appears to be the first byte of the ID.

I'll do an update now to expose the full ID.

Look out got core 1.011

Neil
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