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    Hi, I wan't only to read out the countervalue of a/b how do I configure it?

    //tonlof
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    #2
    I am guessing that the dual counter is the "F51D" device eh? Michael stated earlier that the Temp05 will only read one of the two counters of the Hobby-Boards dual counter. It looks like you are trying to read your Dual counter with the Temp05 from what I see above eh? The Temp08 will read the two counters but you can only set one to water via the MCS Temperature plugin and have to set the second one to "watts". I wanted to see both of the channels and water meter counters so I used the MCS XAP 1-wire plugin (DS9097). You have to configure the "browser" interface first (Temp0x or 1-Wire) to see the devices. I then use the Xap interface to assign the variable then finally the MCSTemperature sensors web page to make sure that there is a DB field and variable for each sensor.
    Here is a picture of two instances of the Xap1-wire plugin. One just for the combo hobby boards temp, humidity and light sensor. The second one for the Hobby boards dual counter. The third picture is from my MCSTemp0x (using a Temp05). The fourth picture is just the TEMP08-MCSTemperature plugin stuff.
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    Last edited by Pete; June 4, 2009, 04:14 PM.
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      #3
      Thanks Pete, So if I install XAP do I still need MCStemperature or should I deactivate it? It was alot of thread's so I not shure were to start?
      I found the plugin here

      Thanks
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        #4
        I use them both. You use Xap to get the variables from XaPMCS1wire and from XaPTemp0x. I also use XaP to talk to my security cameras via Zoneminder from Homeseer. I use MCSTemperature to "pool" all of my weather data (external and internal). You can then draw nice graphs of data.The difficult part is finding the variables in the Xap broadcasts. (Picture attached). But if you use "find" on the entire list they are easy to find. Here you assign the variable, device location and name.

        Read the Xap general docs first. Install the Xap hub/plugin and you have your Xap base. Each of the unique Xap Plugins do different things. For MCS Temperature I use XAPMCS1WIRE and XAPMCSTEMP0X plugins. I use two instances of the XAPMCS1WIRE plugin. One resides in the HS directory and one resides under "Program Files". The XAPMCSTEMP0X plugin resides under the HS Directory.

        MCSTemperature will work with a couple of interfaces - so you can utilize a Temp08 or Temp05 along with a u9097 together. I had issues using MCSTemperature this way and just went to using the XaP plugins.
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          #5
          Thanks
          I have start the xap hs plugin and the file xapmcs1Wire.exe I open the webinterface and from the beginning the sensors was not automatic reading so I change one of them to 1000ms

          I have a puls every second to the counter input but the watt value is stepping verry verry fast.
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            #6
            Change the flow rate to what you are using or your watt flow meters use per click. My two water meters are set to 1 click per gallon.
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              #7
              Here are pictures of my Xap set up completed with variables assigned. Next is to assign DB entries. Wondering how to get rid of the large "***" totals that I have. I am not sure where they came from...
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              Last edited by Pete; June 4, 2009, 07:22 PM.
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                #8
                I have almost the same settings...

                I have 2 selections that not start if I rightclick on the icon.
                System Config & System Status what are they for?
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                  #9
                  I have the same and the selections do not do anything. I only use three of the selections. Browser, Setup and IO. On the Watt count you can look at what Michael suggests to use. Not sure what your actual value per count would be. On my water meter there is a sticker which states each count is equal to one gallon.
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                    #10
                    Pete is correct with respect to the implemented tray icon options. The System-level icon provide a view of all xAP devices much like you use HS for now as a consolidation of many sources. These never were completed.

                    The *** values for the counters are the counts that do not reset each day. They also increment when the couter turns back to 0. If you want to reset the *** values then edit the 1-wire .ini file with a History key and look for the position in the line that has a number that matches what shows on the browser for *** value.

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                      #11
                      Thanks Michael. Working great with the 1-Wireplugin set to com13. Re did all of my cabling and not seeing any issues with com13 versus com1 at this time.
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                        #12
                        Thanks for all help, I finally get it working with homeseer

                        I successfully reset the counter in mcsXap1Wire.ini but I have problem to preset CumWattage to same value as my electricity meter if it possible?
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                          #13
                          All the counters maintain their past state in the .ini file with a key having History as part of its name. You can edit these when HS is not running to reset any of them. The pattern is the same for wattage as with water flow.

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                            #14
                            Maybe I'm stupid but I can't change the cumvalue.
                            I have shutdown every xap service and HS, removed the 1wire counter data signal and the battery.

                            Removed the backup file mcsXap1Wire.ini_bck
                            edit the mcsXap1Wire.ini

                            From
                            [DEVICES_VALUE]
                            300000019F51C509=1;0;0;0;0;0;0;0
                            700000000C89F51D=119;0;0;3623,08;0;2147483996;4294974654;0
                            820008000B880210=18,8125;1;0;0;0;0;0;0

                            To
                            [DEVICES_VALUE]
                            300000019F51C509=1;0;0;0;0;0;0;0
                            700000000C89F51D=119;0;0;3623,08;0;0;0;0
                            820008000B880210=18,8125;1;0;0;0;0;0;0

                            Have also tried to delete the line
                            [DEVICES_VALUE]
                            300000019F51C509=1;0;0;0;0;0;0;
                            820008000B880210=18,8125;1;0;0;0;0;0;0

                            I start xapmcs1Wire.exe and YES the value is zero in statuspage as I made in first INI test.

                            Then I put the battery, power and data to the counter and the status page shows me the old big 4294974654 value.

                            I open mcsXap1Wire.ini and the value is still zero
                            [DEVICES_VALUE]
                            300000019F51C509=1;0;0;0;0;0;0;0
                            700000000C89F51D=119;0;0;3623,08;0;0;0;0
                            820008000B880210=18,8125;1;0;0;0;0;0;0

                            But when I exit xapmcs1Wire.exe the inifile is back on
                            300000019F51C509=1;0;0;0;0;0;0;0
                            700000000C89F51D=119;0;0;3623,08;0;2147483996;4294974654;0
                            820008000B880210=18,8125;1;0;0;0;0;0;0

                            What am I doing wrong?
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                              #15
                              With the current version of xapmcs1wire you will not be able to synchronize your water meter to your counter as there is no offset calibration provided and the hardware counter can only be reset. It cannot be set to a specific value. What you can do with editing of the .ini file is change the value of the number of times the couter wrapped around.

                              I made an update and uploaded it that will allow you to do this by editing the .ini file and adding another entry onto the end of the History key values. Whatever number is placed there will be added to the computed value. Positive or negative numbers are accepted there. There will be no Browser page setup that corresponds to this edit. Let me know how it goes.

                              Search your xapmcs1wire.ini for _HISTORY and _HISTORY2. These are the keys that need to be edited. They have semicolon-separated values. Change the 1) value to 0 and that will remove history of number of times the counter wrapped around and then the *** value will be set to the current counter value. You will also want to append the offset as described in the prior paragraph. The layout is below:

                              1) Number of times the counter has wrapped around a 31 bit count
                              2) Current rate of change of sensor value
                              3) Day number
                              4) 31 bit counter value
                              5) Time data last processed
                              6) Counter value at midnight
                              7) Cumulative offset

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