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  • Getting and graphing Z-Wave Temperature Status


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    There will be a one-to-one relationship between HS devices and datebase entries that are used for charting. If you have a virtual device with on/off status then it can be identified in mcsTemperature as a discrete type and it will track the on/off transitions. As far as area or shaded charts I would need to research. I have two similiar applications (xapmcsChart) and they are different in this respect.

    When charting discrete data it wil depend upon the timescale you select. If it is 6 hour scale then you will get an waveform of on/off over time. For longer timescales the Y axis will be the amount of time the device was in the On state of the x axis quantization.

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