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May 26, 2015
Tony1_medium tnakelsk 206 posts

Topic: Getting Started / Conditional Logic in calculated streams.

Currently how are you monitoring the two items, are you using CT's off the breaker panel for the well pump? How does the GEO trigger the well pump when it calls for the water flow?

 
May 26, 2015
Icon_missing_medium llandry 3 posts

Topic: Getting Started / Conditional Logic in calculated streams.

Hi,

Is there a way to include conditional logic in a calculated stream?

 

I'm running a open loop geothermal that shares the well pump with the house.  I currently have a calculated stream called 'eHeatCooling' that combines the cost of the Geothermal unit and the well pump...  I would like to be able to change the calculated stream to calculate only when the Geothermal is running...

 

IE -  eHeatCooling= Geothermal running? eGeothermal + eWellPump

 

since the WellPump is also being used for household usage, I'm getting 'eHeat' values even though I'm not heating or colling the house.

 

Thanks in advance

 

Luc.

 
May 21, 2015
Icon_missing_medium alzyee 8 posts

Topic: Brultech / StreamName-2 Issue After Rearranging Temperature Data

Thanks I was able to find and delete the old inactive stream. Then a minute or 2 later it let me change the stream name on the other.

 
May 21, 2015
Icon_missing_medium Grimshad 46 posts

Topic: Getting Started / Displaying Kwh

e_ data wasn't being picked up because "Send Current in Packet" wasn't check marked in the GEM setup. As far as increasing it, I am trying to have close to real time monitoring (at least for now) I'll probably increase it later. So unless you can tell me another way to get it, then this is what I need.

 

Edit: Also, the e_ data coming only every 60 seconds(every 4th packet) doesn't matter anyway as wh doesn't need to be real time since they are an accumulation of data, rather than a live display of it.

 

Question: If i were to set it to 60 seconds, will GEM accumulate that 60 seconds worth of data and then send it so that I still have 15 second points on my graph? Or will it only send the data relevant at the time leaving me with a 60 second pointed graph?

 
May 21, 2015
Tony1_medium tnakelsk 206 posts

Topic: Getting Started / Displaying Kwh

I also believe this would resolve the issue that you are seeing, the E_ data coming in every fourth packet.

This also can explain some of the issues when you ran into when running discovery and the E_ data wasn't being picked up.

 
May 21, 2015
Lights_2_medium Teken 186 posts

Topic: Getting Started / Displaying Kwh

Your send interval should not be lower than 45 seconds ideally 60 seconds is perfect. Sam indicated sending to SEG at a lower rate would cause rounding issues etc.

 
May 21, 2015
Icon_missing_medium Grimshad 46 posts

Topic: Getting Started / Displaying Kwh

15 seconds

 
May 21, 2015
Tony1_medium tnakelsk 206 posts

Topic: Getting Started / Displaying Kwh

How often are you sending data to SEG, every minute?

 
May 21, 2015
Icon_missing_medium Grimshad 46 posts

Topic: Getting Started / Displaying Kwh

Yes, this is still happening. Every 4th packet contains e_ data. All other packets only have p_ and a_ data. Could this be intentional since wH are accumulative instead of real time?

 
May 21, 2015
Tony1_medium tnakelsk 206 posts

Topic: Getting Started / Displaying Kwh

Grimshad is your e_ streams still coming in as you stated in a previous post "After monitoring it for a while, I noticed. Every 4th packet in the trace contains the e_data"?

 
May 21, 2015
Tony1_medium tnakelsk 206 posts

Topic: Brultech / StreamName-2 Issue After Rearranging Temperature Data

 

alzyee, Sam has fixed a little quirk that will allow now you to re-activate a deactivated stream.  

There is now an inactive streams list on the "devices" or "streams", this will show all inactive streams.  You can see the list if you go to "streams" which can be selected under "things" it will be at the bottom of the your active stream list. Just click on the blue arrow, go into edit and select "active".

 

Tony

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
May 21, 2015
Icon_missing_medium Grimshad 46 posts

Topic: Getting Started / Displaying Kwh

Hey sam, I know you're busy, but when you get a chance could you answer my qestions about widgets for SEG? Thanks.

 
May 21, 2015
Samotage_300_medium samotage 591 posts

Topic: Getting Started / Displaying Kwh

Things should now look better after the re-calc.

Sam, @samotage

 
May 21, 2015
Samotage_300_medium samotage 591 posts

Topic: Getting Started / Displaying Kwh

Just hitting up a recalc now.

Some data compression was done on the daily totals yesterday, which may have been the fault.

Sam, @samotage

 
May 21, 2015
House2_medium kbtstone 25 posts

Topic: Getting Started / Displaying Kwh

Today's totals are showing now, but yesterday is still zero. Sam, is a recalc running?

 
May 20, 2015
Icon_missing_medium Grimshad 46 posts

Topic: Getting Started / Displaying Kwh

Yeah, it doesn't really make any sense unless the different measurement types are stored in separate databases. Then I could see 1 going down and not the other, but why would that be the case in the first place?

 
May 20, 2015
Lights_2_medium Teken 186 posts

Topic: Getting Started / Displaying Kwh

Same here, glad its not me all alone seeing this!  This same issue came up a few times last year but Sam never explained why this particular aspect would fault out while other parts of the service continued to operate.

It makes trouble shooting very hard for others and those trying to help out. This is why I wanted to see how my site was acting before I gave any further advise.

OP sit tight until Sam gets this sorted out and if you still see a problem we can pick up from there.

 

 
May 20, 2015
House2_medium kbtstone 25 posts

Topic: Getting Started / Displaying Kwh

Teken - Yes, mine is down also. Calculated streams are not working and yesterday's totals have disappeared.

Grimshad - I would hold off on your troubleshooting until SEG is fully functioning. Also, I find if I have a power failure at my house, I always need to restart my GEM. When the power returns, I wait until the cable modem and router are back up, I restart the GEM, then everything is OK.

 
May 20, 2015
Lights_2_medium Teken 186 posts

Topic: Getting Started / Displaying Kwh

I think there is something wrong with the SEG as my KWH (Energy) also stopped operating and my system is sending all the required data.

I think its another service issue because I had a few alerts the SEG was down for about a minute interval for the last few days.

 
May 20, 2015
Icon_missing_medium Grimshad 46 posts

Topic: Getting Started / Displaying Kwh

Ok I just checked. This is what the GEM is sending: it includes e_ data. SEG Also Discovers all of the p_, e_, and a_ data channels when I do discovery.

 

(site 9f1cd2ff23e5dda (node GEM ? (e_1 .11)(p_1 5)(a_1 .14)(e_2 .03)(p_2 1)(a_2 0.02)(e_3 .07)(p_3 3)(a_3 0.08)(e_4 1.31)(p_4 0)(a_4 .10)(e_5 .06)(p_5 2)(a_5 .10)(e_6 27.95)(p_6 1284)(a_6 10.64)(e_7 .10)(p_7 4)(a_7 0.02)(e_8 .04)(p_8 1)(a_8 .10)(e_9 .47)(p_9 21)(a_9 .26)(e_10 .06)(p_10 3)(a_10 0.02)(e_11 .14)(p_11 6)(a_11 0.06)(e_12 .08)(p_12 3)(a_12 .12)(e_13 .06)(p_13 2)(a_13 0.08)(e_14 2.81)(p_14 130)(a_14 1.42)(e_15 .04)(p_15 1)(a_15 0.02)(e_16 1.40)(p_16 65)(a_16 .58)(e_17 .37)(p_17 16)(a_17 .32)(e_18 .02)(p_18 0)(a_18 0.02)(e_19 .04)(p_19 1)(a_19 0.02)(e_20 .02)(p_20 0)(a_20 0.06)(e_21 .05)(p_21 1)(a_21 0.06)(e_22 1.38)(p_22 62)(a_22 .72)(e_23 .12)(p_23 5)(a_23 0.02)(e_32 36.03)(p_32 1604)(a_32 13.30)(voltage 123.7))) 

 

This is what SEG is reporting in the trace: No e_ data listed.

 

(site 9f1cd2ff23e5dda (node GEM ? (p_1 6)(a_1 .16)(p_2 1)(a_2 0.02)(p_3 2)(a_3 0.08)(p_4 1)(a_4 0.06)(p_5 2)(a_5 .10)(p_6 26)(a_6 .52)(p_7 4)(a_7 0.02)(p_8 1)(a_8 .10)(p_9 21)(a_9 .26)(p_10 3)(a_10 0.02)(p_11 6)(a_11 0.06)(p_12 4)(a_12 .12)(p_13 2)(a_13 .10)(p_14 619)(a_14 5.10)(p_15 2)(a_15 0.02)(p_16 63)(a_16 .56)(p_17 16)(a_17 .24)(p_18 0)(a_18 0.02)(p_19 2)(a_19 0.02)(p_20 0)(a_20 0.06)(p_21 1)(a_21 0.06)(p_22 61)(a_22 .70)(p_23 4)(a_23 0.02)(p_32 837)(a_32 6.86)(voltage 123.0)))
 
Response: 
(status ok)
 
 
 
After monitoring it for a while, I noticed. Every 4th packet in the trace contains the e_data:
 
Request: 
(site 9f1cd2ff23e5dda (node GEM ? (e_1 .09)(p_1 5)(a_1 .16)(e_2 .02)(p_2 1)(a_2 0.02)(e_3 .05)(p_3 3)(a_3 0.08)(e_4 .60)(p_4 0)(a_4 0.08)(e_5 .04)(p_5 2)(a_5 .10)(e_6 .45)(p_6 27)(a_6 .52)(e_7 .07)(p_7 4)(a_7 0.02)(e_8 .03)(p_8 2)(a_8 .10)(e_9 .36)(p_9 21)(a_9 .28)(e_10 .06)(p_10 3)(a_10 0.02)(e_11 .10)(p_11 5)(a_11 0.06)(e_12 .06)(p_12 3)(a_12 .12)(e_13 .05)(p_13 2)(a_13 0.08)(e_14 2.69)(p_14 161)(a_14 1.64)(e_15 .03)(p_15 2)(a_15 0.02)(e_16 1.53)(p_16 92)(a_16 .90)(e_17 .27)(p_17 15)(a_17 .24)(e_18 .01)(p_18 0)(a_18 0.02)(e_19 .03)(p_19 2)(a_19 0.02)(e_20 .01)(p_20 1)(a_20 0.06)(e_21 .03)(p_21 2)(a_21 0.06)(e_22 .60)(p_22 35)(a_22 .46)(e_23 .08)(p_23 5)(a_23 0.02)(e_32 7.52)(p_32 383)(a_32 3.22)(voltage 123.6)))
 
Response: 
(status ok)
 
 

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