- 23 jun 2011, 12:43
Nog een puntje van aandacht als je logger eenmaal VOL is onstaat ook een probleem.
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Virtual Weather Station does not Download All of the Archive Data from the WMR200
1.If you are testing more than one software application, please note that the other software application will clear memory, preventing Virtual Weather Station from retrieving all of the data.
2.Make sure the memory in the logger is not full. To clear logger memory (from the WMR200 user manual):
When DATA LOGGER is full, i.e., no more records can be stored on unit, ‘DATA LOGGER’ and ‘O Days’ will flash.
To clear records from the base station:
1. Press clock area until DATA LOGGER is displayed.
2. Press and hold MEM.
3. All LED icons will light up and turn off consecutively (right to left). Delete process
is complete and successful after blinking of last icon .
3.In the Virtual Weather Station Communication | Sensor Communication panel, note the First Record, Last Record and Number of Records fields. Note the first record, last record and number of records, and identify the last time the software was started and the current time.
4.If the problem persists, report the following information in the Virtual Weather Station Problem Report Form:
A. Date and Time Software was previously Shut Down: Month/Day/Year Hour:Minute (example, 01/16/2010 12:27)
B. Date and Time Software Restarted: Month/Day/Year Hour:Minute (example, 01/16/2010 23:55)
C. First Record (in the Communication | Sensor Communication panel): Month/Day/Year Hour:Minute (example, 01/16/2010 12:28)
D. Last Record (in the Communication | Sensor Communication panel): Month/Day/Year Hour:Minute (example, 01/16/2010 23:56)
E. Number Records (in the Communication | Sensor Communication panel): 688
F. Date and Time at the end of the Download Period: Month/Day/Year Hour:Minute (example, 1/17/2010 00:17)
G. Locate the file: \\vws\\data\\wmr200archive.txt. In the file, you will find a time stamp of all of the data downloaded. Does this agree with the information above? Do you see any gaps in the data?
H. Archive interval (in minutes). This is the time interval between data points, as programmed into the display console.
mvr gr Chris