Bad sensor data

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Snapper
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Bad sensor data

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Hi

Seeing this in my logs for a MB Pro Red:

logger (21.09.2021 19:50:47): Bad th0(0) sensor data, "dew point x10" (-752) out of range [-700:1500]
logger (24.09.2021 12:32:37): message above repeats 19264 times.

I’m guessing its because my transmitters are set up:

Ch0: Wind, Solar & UV. (MBP type ISS)
Ch1: Temp & Humidity only. (MBP type Temp & Humidity station)
Ch2: Rain only. (MBP type Rain Station)

So any temp/hum data being sent from ISS 0 isn’t valid as the temp/hum sensor isn’t present…

Can these be suppressed?

Thanks
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Re: Bad sensor data

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@Boris - are these messages causing a problem & need suppression?
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Re: Bad sensor data

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Situation is caused as you tell Meteobridge it is an ISS (in order to have wind, solar and uv data collected), but in the end temperature - as expected by an ISS - is missing.

However, I don't see an issue. Filling up the logs is prevented by the repeat message detection.
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