Numeric value RFX meter

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Numeric value RFX meter

Post by HeinrichH » Mon Sep 14, 2009 9:33 am

I am using a RFXcom receiver, Oregon Scientific equipment and a RFX meter.
The readings of the RFXmeter are the raw value like 1648123.00, this represents the value of 1648.12 KWh
In my graphs I like to use the real KWh value and not the raw value.
Anybody knows how to set a divider in the graph scale? Something like the raw value divide by 1000?

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Re:Numeric value RFX meter

Post by skyewright » Mon Sep 14, 2009 10:16 am

HeinrichH wrote:I like to use the real KWh value and not the raw value.
Anybody knows how to set a divider in the graph scale? Something like the raw value divide by 1000?
Have you considered using Sensors => Calibration to apply a factor there, so that the figure is seen as a KWh value throughout?

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Re:Numeric value RFX meter

Post by HeinrichH » Mon Sep 14, 2009 11:17 am

David, good tip! Thanks Image
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