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TED5000 Support / Issues calling the History API
« Last post by Jordanthompson on March 23, 2020, 03:37:16 PM »
I am calling it like this:
http://myurl/history/minutehistory.xml?MTU=0&COUNT=2344&INDEX=2344
But I am getting data with one or more holes in it (not stepping by one minute).

anyone else seeing this?

Here are my TED Versions (I updated the other day):
Gateway Version 1.0.499
Daughterboard Version 1.0.115
Footprints Version 1.0.281
MTU Version 1.0.61
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TED Pro Support / Re: Ted Screensaver
« Last post by tlveik on March 09, 2020, 08:02:22 PM »
This is great! Thanks Veik! Anyway you could incorporate animation adjustment features in the future such as changing the rate at which it moves around the screen?
Yea I could put that on the list.  It would be simple to add.

Tom
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TED Pro Support / Re: Ted Screensaver
« Last post by Support10 on March 09, 2020, 09:08:21 AM »
This is great! Thanks Veik! Anyway you could incorporate animation adjustment features in the future such as changing the rate at which it moves around the screen?
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TED Pro Support / Re: Ted Screensaver
« Last post by tlveik on March 08, 2020, 02:19:32 PM »
I know you all have been anxiously awaiting the next update to this program.  ;) Version 0.9.0 has just been released.  This new version adds data logging and graphing capability to the "companion program".

https://veiks.com/tedscreensaver/

Tom
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TED5000 Support / Re: Suggestion - Roku channel, Roku Screensaver
« Last post by tlveik on March 07, 2020, 09:56:48 PM »
Do you have any programming skills?  If you can't talk the TED folks into doing this, you could probably do it yourself if you have some programming skills.  I just did a Google search and it looks possible for individuals to do this.  There are Youtube videos showing how to get started.
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TED5000 Support / Re: Suggestion - Roku channel, Roku Screensaver
« Last post by jlsoaz on March 01, 2020, 01:19:24 PM »
Hi -
I suggest that Energy Inc consider working with Roku to:

- allow for the TED information to display as a screensaver on a video screen hooked to a Roku.
- allow for a TED channel on the Roku that would allow for a person to view and scroll through the basic TED information on the video screen rather than just on a computer or the separate handheld LCD display.

I want to reiterate this suggestion.  It seems to me that it is almost a no-brainer: it's a way for a TED customer to display the full home and cirucuit information on a very large screen with no muss and no fuss.  It could even be a way to standardize the modest payments, using the  payment system within Roku. 

Also, a home Roku channel could be similar to channels that are set up that allow users to view their photographs and such, so there is sort of some precedent for this.

US homes seem to lack basic "dashboard" and "log" setups that would help denizens to use the homes better, and to keep better track of data and significant changes to the homes.  I think a TED Channel and TED screensaver on the Roku could inch us closer to better stored and realtime home energy information.

I can see an argument against it, which is that the separate display device does readily provide some of this information (or a personal computer screen) but the display device is very tiny and requires filtering through to get the information one wants.  A personal computer screen is great for some purposes, but I think at other times doesn't get it done (one could watch a movie as well on one's computer screen, but there are times when that is not ideal).

I'm a bit biased also because my display device doesn't seem to work as well on a circuit where I can regularly look at it, so that makes me want an alternative a bit more.
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TED5000 Support / Re: Suggestion - Roku channel, Roku Screensaver
« Last post by jlsoaz on March 01, 2020, 01:14:25 PM »
Hi -
I suggest that Energy Inc consider working with Roku to:

- allow for the TED information to display as a screensaver on a video screen hooked to a Roku.
- allow for a TED channel on the Roku that would allow for a person to view and scroll through the basic TED information on the video screen rather than just on a computer or the separate handheld LCD display.

I want to reiterate this suggestion.  It seems to me that it is almost a no-brainer: it's a way for a TED customer to display the full home and cirucuit information on a very large screen with no muss and no fuss.  It could even be a way to standardize the modest payments, using the  payment system within Roku. 

Also, a home Roku channel could be similar to channels that are set up that allow users to view their photographs and such, so there is sort of some precedent for this.

US homes seem to lack basic "dashboard" and "log" setups that would help denizens to use the homes better, and to keep better track of data and significant changes to the homes.  I think a TED Channel and TED screensaver on the Roku could inch us closer to better stored and realtime home energy information.
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TED5000 Support / Re: seeking support on TED Commander
« Last post by jlsoaz on March 01, 2020, 01:07:27 PM »
If the real-time difference really is that crazy, maybe it is something with Commander. It's just odd that it would change suddenly. Send me an email at djohnston@theenergydetective.com and I'll see what I can do tomorrow!

Ok, thanks, I have sent an email.
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TED5000 Support / Re: seeking support on TED Commander
« Last post by Support10 on February 24, 2020, 04:54:19 PM »
If the real-time difference really is that crazy, maybe it is something with Commander. It's just odd that it would change suddenly. Send me an email at djohnston@theenergydetective.com and I'll see what I can do tomorrow!
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TED5000 Support / Re: seeking support on TED Commander
« Last post by jlsoaz on February 24, 2020, 04:21:04 PM »
Ok thanks.

On the picture thanks for blanking out the relevant portions.

As to the batteries skewing things, I guess we'll have to take that as a probable explanation.

As to what the MTUs read, right now my footprints software on my browser shows 0.278 kW and the readout on my phone shows -0.568 kW.  We could try to say it's nearly some multiple of -2, but a minute or two ago the footprints was about the same and the phone was -1.something.  So, I don't think it's a multiple exactly.  It's 2:21 in the afternoon, so the solar is doing its thing.  I would also check my opticsre software that goes with my outback inverter, but to do that right and set up some sort of valid comparison of which system says what, it would take a bit of time, and can wait for another day.
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