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garybixler

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@Jimbo I have noticed a few discrepancies with some of the Tag parameters that doesn't follow the WEB sight. If a query or set light on/off is done the 'Seconds Since Update' always goes to 3600 until its regular update.

If going out of range  'Seconds Since Update' will restart at 0 when 'Out Of Range' goes True. On the WEB site the count continues with no reset.

Also the 'Signal dbm' doesn't reflect properly.

I was thinking of using the 'Seconds Since Update' parameter in some programs but it is not consistent.

Just a little feedback.

Thanks Gary

 

 

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@JimboNot sure if removing the battery will result in out of range. What I do is wrap the tag tightly in aluminum foil for testing. Usually the tag is in my car for determining if it is home or away. I set the tag to record every 30 seconds to give the fastest response and if out of range to search every 5 minutes. I query the tag from a driveway sensor so it would never need to wait the 5 minutes. As the out of range may take 5 minutes or more I tried using the 'seconds since update' but was to inconsistent. Hopefully the update will work better.

Thanks gary

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That's odd, I have just tested the 'Seconds Since Updates' and all seems to be working perfectly.  I Covered the tag with foil and after 5 mins or so it went out of range. There may be up to a 30 second delay until the NS server gets the out of range. I assume that is the polling interval and out of range doesn't trigger an immediate update.

Thanks Gary

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25 minutes ago, garybixler said:

That's odd, I have just tested the 'Seconds Since Updates' and all seems to be working perfectly.  I Covered the tag with foil and after 5 mins or so it went out of range. There may be up to a 30 second delay until the NS server gets the out of range. I assume that is the polling interval and out of range doesn't trigger an immediate update.

Thanks Gary

I can confirm seconds since update going to 3600 after a query. Saw it happen today.

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