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The links are screenshots and files directly from the server in the directory. The problem is not easy, because I don’t see an error anywhere and basically everything should work. The points configuration is still from version 5.6. Migrations done, every time according to the instructions
Channel 7239 and 7240 should wait for status change. However, in the AutoControlModule log, chanel 7239 doesn’t exist at all, but the 7240 is also configured and works properly.
Some time ago I reported the problem that the point changes status, while in AutoControlModule it doesn’t execute the command. I found that the trigger is not loading into memory and is not supervised, just can’t understand why. I guess I checked everywhere. I can still try to remove the chanel and put it back on, although I’ve already changed the number and the effect is the same
Is it possible to run a PowerShell script with a command sent by ModAutoControl?
Mikhail, I am confused if KpHttpNotify.dll exists? The post shows that yes, but I don’t see this driver in the catalog, nor can I download additional free or commercial drivers from the options. What does it really look like?
What information do you read from the flow sensor? Are they pulses or an analog value of the current flow?
Your result should be 0.1, but note that your measurement resolution is within 0.1, so with such a small increase in consumption your results may be 0.0 and sometimes 0.2
Han, your power consumption is too low to see GetDif (133, 136) working with the Minete Real channel setup, but I assure you, with the Hourly setup it will work. I didn’t notice that you had a wrong entry. I tested it on my installation and it works fine.
Channel 135 is a channel where you store the value from channel 133 every hour, best name it Energy6 – Hourly or something similar.
Set channel 136 as Calculated real. The difference is stored in this channel. No formula should be entered in this channel, unless the result needs to be scaled e.g. Cnl/10
NOTE: before the first cycle, chanel 136 will be 133, only after the next hour there will be a difference. This will happen every time you restart the server. For report purposes, the Elastic Report is a better solution, unless you don’t care about the report, but only about showing the difference.
In the Input Channel table “in the Formula” column you should enter GetDif(133, 134) where 133 is the source channel number, 134 is the channel number with the formula result.
If you get an error, check the server log.
Krzysztof (Chris) and I’m a boy 🙂 from Polad
Thanks a lot. I just corrected and works well 🙂
I hope you can see images now