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SID:9466 HSN:12032, 13007, 10000003 USER:Guest LAST DATA: -

Started logging outside at 17:46 - 18/12/2019
HSN 13007 Main SID is: 9441
12/2/20 Changed both sensors to new enclosure design
Sensor with address 1 has the following settings:
Switched power mode, 10min readings with 6 samples (1 hour) average / peak readings, Measurement delay 1 min, cleaning cycle before every reading.
Ignore data between ~4pm and 5pm 13/2/20 I incorrectly set to wrong reading mode - Callum

James:- Graph and device settings checked and cleaned up, data will be correct as of 17/02/2020 - 11:32. Unfiltered data before this was mislabeled due to using the R0! command insted of the R1! command.

Device Settings Summary: (OLD, Before 03/07/2020 - 15:00)
Filtered (Low Power) - 1 reading every 600 Sec(10 Min) with a cleaning cycle then a 60 Sec delay between fan ON and reading, 6 data point average and peak (1 Hour)
Unfiltered (High Power) - 1 reading every 1 Sec with the fan always running, 60 data point average and peak (1 Min)

Swapped temp sensor on 12032 unfiltered to an isolated housing as reading 1.7 deg higher at 5deg - 10am 11/3/2020

03/07/2020 - 15:00:
- Changed Sensor from V1 enclosure to V2 Enclosure (High Power, 12032).
- Upgraded the code on the V1 Enclosure LPM device (13007) to V0.10 which supports multisample LPM Read.
Device Settings Summary:
Filtered (Low Power) - 1 reading every 60 Sec(1 Min, 6 samples with 1 sec delay averaged) with a 15 Sec delay between fan ON and reading, 6 data point average and peak (10 Min)
Unfiltered (High Power) - 1 reading every 1 Sec with the fan always running, 60 data point average and peak (1 Min)

2-3/12/20 - 10:00
-Updated high power board to v1.01, re-numbered to SDI-1
:(Short Avg is a 1 min rolling Average, Long Avg is a 1 Hour Rolling average )
-Swapped Low power sensirion into v2 enclosure. with updated board
-Readjusted settings and graphs.

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N.B. This change will not affect your ability to view existing publicly accessibly sites, rather it gives you a list based off your read-only or admin access permissions.


IBM Weather Forecast
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If you are interested in having a localised forecast for your site, please contact our sales team.


Soil Moisture White Paper
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Updated Acclima Soil Sensor Installation Videos
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Click here for more details and other tips.


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Annual Servicing
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See our Product Support for guidelines.


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Get Tabs for Your Graphs
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Check out this site to see how it works, then email us to set up your own.


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