Hi, since this week i have my emonTX witk emonESP in use. The setup went rather smoothly. I use a dedicated Raspberry Pi2 and use the bought sd-card in it.
I followed the Tutorial video’s i found on the website which helped me with the configuration.
Now my question. Today it is a nice sunny winter day here in Holland and i get these results:
My Inputs are:
My Feeds are:
And my Graphs look like this:
What i don’t understand is why on this sunny day, and use hardly use any electricity, i get these negative readings. (Watch the last positive peaks are from my oven which i switched on for a Lasagna.
An other concern ragards the Inputs page. I don’t see readings coming in there for mu house usage in W. How can i explain this while the graphs are giving power usage?! Confused!
Jet another question. I have a temperature sensor connected on the emonTX (also from the shop) But in the feeds page i see for t0 = 187. That’s a strange reading. The sensor is located in next to the emonTX in the utility closet.
What am i doing wrong with the temperature configuration.
BTW, I use the emonTX with the emonESP and use both a 5V Power adapter (my own) and the 9V adapter (shop) for the mains monitoring, and i put both adapters simultaneously in the mains. (i did remove JP2 on the board)
Further i find lots of information and tutorials for emonPi and emonBasic, but hardly for emonTX or the combination of emonTX with emonESP. For example; I had t find out by lots of searching that in my configuration the emonHUB has no function (because of not using the RF interface).
Also the labels of inputs are different
An other question. I have done some testing and different configurations. Is there a way i can reset emoncms to the beginning situation and start again? I guess i can burn a net image on the sd-card and start al over again, but is there a way to get rid of non used Feeds, which i had deleted from the Inputs page, but still are being seen on the Feeds page.
Lots of questions from a newbee. Hopefully some one can help me with this or tell me what i am doing wrong…
Kind regards, Bert