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    Forecast and Weather Display

    Display of Current Web, Local, and Forecast conditions
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    Event properties for Temperature Actions and Temperature Trigger
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  • Michael McSharry
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    Intro to mcsTemperature

    mcsTemperature is a Homeseer plug-in that supports data collection, storage, and display of temperature and other meteorological data, event control based on the data, and a web interface that will display the collected data numerically and graphically. Temperature, humidity, rain, barometric pressure, and wind data are supported.
    Data are collected from local sensors and the web. The local sensor data can be obtained using internal drivers to the one-wire bus for the Temp05, Temp08, DS9097, DS9490, and Quasar 3145 interfaces; from multiple delimited text files; or from other custom drivers such as the Temp05 and 1-Wire Homeseer plug-ins. Combinations of the interface methods are also supported to maximize the flexibility for data collection. Forecasted temperature and publicly-available current conditions are based on data obtained from the NWS web site or previously downloaded WeatherXML file.
    Two user web interfaces are provided to view and compare collected data. One is a graphical interface that allows selected data to be viewed over a period of time. The charting is done with either line graphs or color intensity charts. Historical as well as actual vs. forecasted behavior charts are available.
    The second web interface shows the current and forecasted conditions, with both public and local sensor data values presented. All web interfaces are designed for both 640x480 touchscreen and typical PC layouts.
    Control is event-based with triggers available for limits, bands, rate of change, and divergence. Control loop actions can also be specified that define the on and off conditions based upon limit bands.
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    Last edited by Michael McSharry; October 3, 2010, 10:29 AM.
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