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    The attached image is the senor list. note that there is a device called "six." I do not know what it is but i "think" it's the humidity that's built into the temp08 controller. here's why i think that:
    1. I don't already have a temp humidity device that shows for the room the temp08 is in
    2. I am pretty sure the temp08 does have a temp/humidity sensor on the board
    3. the other humidity sensor i do have has a serial that starts w/7. the one i've called "six" also starts w/ a seven.
    4. I can't think of what else "six" might be - all other devices are accounted for.

    I just wanted to run this by the smart guys here, to see if my assumpts are flawed before i relabel it.

    thanks,

    ian
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    #2
    The device ending in 26 is a DS2438 and it could be used in a humidity application. This same device can also provide a temperature reading independent of any other output derived the A/D channels. The Temp08 should report how the device is configured.

    Apparently you do not have the DS2438 configured to interface with a humidity sensor.

    The serial communication from the Temp08 is the best place to look at what the Temp08 is reporting. I forget if mcsTemperature still supports the the IO Window since the transition to HS2 because the modal nature of the form that is used may interfere with other HS operations that run in the same thread.

    Another way to look at the raw data is via the output of the General Debug.

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      #3
      I use the I/O in the MCSTemperature legacy console for Temp08 when I am running HS sometimes to check/document devices. It works and I haven't noticed any issues with HS2.4. Typically though I use Hyperterm to check devices on the Temp08/05's that I have.
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        #4
        You can use "hyperterminal" to look at the output of the TEMP08. It will tell you what sensors are connected and their serial numbers.

        Here is a sample output from Hyperterminal:

        Poll interval = 05 minutes
        Temp disp = F
        Serial # disp = On
        Wind dirn rev = Off
        WED 18:36:42
        >dis
        01 A5000800BA7AF010 DS1820 OK P
        02 D40000004CD05126 DS2438 OK P V
        03 08000800BAAC7710 DS1820 OK P
        04 1A000800BAC27F10 DS1820 OK P
        05 D6000800BAB88D10 DS1820 OK P
        06 B600080126001610 DS1820 OK P
        07 5900080125E0EC10 DS1820 OK P
        08 3600080125AEE310 DS1820 OK P
        09 B7000800BA75FC10 DS1820 OK P
        10 3A00080125F95910 DS1820 OK P
        11 3A00080125A8DF10 DS1820 OK P


        Poll interval = 05 minutes
        Temp disp = F
        Serial # disp = On
        Wind dirn rev = Off
        WED 18:36:54
        >
        WED 18:37:04
        Reading Sensors...
        Voltage #01[D40000004CD05126]=00.78V 05.06V 01mV
        Temp #01[A5000800BA7AF010]=65.51F
        Temp #02[D40000004CD05126]=65.85F
        Temp #03[08000800BAAC7710]=60.22F
        Temp #04[1A000800BAC27F10]=64.40F
        Temp #05[D6000800BAB88D10]=57.20F
        Temp #06[B600080126001610]=51.67F
        Temp #07[5900080125E0EC10]=77.10F
        Temp #08[3600080125AEE310]=63.26F
        Temp #09[B7000800BA75FC10]=57.86F
        Temp #10[3A00080125F95910]=64.40F
        Temp #11[3A00080125A8DF10]=63.71F


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          #5
          Your "six" is the same serial number as the master bath humidity sensor. TEMP08 reports temperature *and* humidity from the DS2438 sensors so the second instance of this sensor is showing the temperature from that device.

          Mitch
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            #6
            Now I'm confused. Mitch was right, and so that means 0B000801392DCC10 isn't really the bathroom temp. Thing is, that means everything is accounted for that is on my network, and the one ending in DCC10 is not real. Why would it be there though? (I haven't messed with this set up for years, but it was never really "finished" plus i had to redo my system a while ago)

            Ian
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              #7
              Did you account for the temp sensor that is on the Temp08 circuit card? The number 0B000801392DCC10 is consistent with the DS18S20 that Mitch puts on the cards.

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                #8
                I had accounted for the sensor that's on the temp08 circuit card, i thought. I identified it by using my patented hair dryer technique. the one I labeled at "bat cave temperature." the serial for that one is quite similar to the ones that end w/ V and A.

                Temperature voltage0: 6800000075129226V
                Temperature voltage28: 6800000075129226A
                Bat cave temp.: 6800000075129226

                Does the Temp08 circuit card have humidity as well as temp sensor on it?

                Ian
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                  #9
                  Originally posted by completelyhis View Post
                  I identified it by using my patented hair dryer technique.
                  It seems I owe you some royalties
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                    #10
                    I belive the Temp08 has a humidity option so if you have that model then it is on the circuit card and will heat up if the hair dryer or politician is blowing at it. Unless you want some redundancy I suggest that you just not use the "26" temperature sensor. It exists on the DS2438 for tempearture compensation calculations in the battery mainentance application which was its original application.

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