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    I wonder if any user manual (http also OK) would be available before installing full software. This time Google did not help me :shock:

    This would be very helpfull for me as I have existing (other) system running in measurement-PC and I would like to make swap as short as possible

    Thanks

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    @mlohbihler said:

    Doesn't the TEMP08 just forward the 1-wire protocol, or does it use something else? If the former, Mango should work with it.

    I don't think so - its sending (depending on paramenters, among othher things) to COM all measuremt every 1min, so any COM-listener can capture steam
    http://www.midondesign.com/TEMP08/P04Instructions.html

    The TMP Output Display
    &gt
    SUN 16:52:46
    Reading Sensors...
    Humidity #01[DC0000002B274726]=58%
    Voltage #00 = 00.01V
    Voltage #01[520000002B25A826]=00.12V 05.05V
    Voltage #02[020000002B2CB326]=03.98V 05.03V
    Lightning #01[D4000000045C621D]=00020 24592
    1WIO Status = On,On,On,On
    Temp #01[4C00080031220C10]=70.80F
    Temp #02[10000800312D2B10]=79.80F
    Temp #03[520000002B25A826]=76.21F
    Temp #04[020000002B2CB326]=72.77F
    Temp #05[DC0000002B274726]=76.21F
    &gt

    Can it be integrated by using some simple ASCII transfer-file (mango would read/poll this file) or any better/easier ideas?

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    @mlohbihler said:

    @Anonymous said:
    take look at:

    http://www.opnode.org/dokuwiki/doku.php?id=home

    there may exist some good synergy between their open product and yours

    Thanks for the reference. I have reviewed the site and contacted Daniel. I'll post any interesting updates here.

    Tried to find from forum if connection OK, but could not find out (with my limited IT-knowledge). Any success / how to integrate opn-one with mango?

    Mango M2M:

    Currently supported protocols include BACnet I/P, Modbus (ASCII, RTU, TCP, and UDP), 1-wire, SNMP, SQL, HTTP, POP3, NMEA 0183, and many proprietary protocols developed by hardware vendors. Mango also supports a "virtual" data source that can generate data for benchmarking or testing purposes. More protocols are being added regularly.
    opn.one (or should I look something else?)
    xAP BSC schema
    xAP web service

    In general (as newbee) it's quite difficult to fugure out from this forum (and web in general), which products / vendors (even as list of excample, not complete) could be connected easily to mango M2M (as my prim. is to find as-easy-as-possible-but-scalable system).

    Also would be nice, if subjects mentioned in forum as "open", could be updated as "solved" when new releases / updates published. I know it's more work, but would help a lot when studying / implementing your S/W.

    Overall, keep up good work :!:

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    @thefixer said:

    Has anyone integrated one into mango currently, what was the ease of configuration?...just trying to determine if this will fit my needs or Ha7net

    Seems to be that I am wondering the same 1/2y after you.

    My main consirn has been 1-wire PC-load, so TEMP08 would be logical pick for my needs (local 1-wire network next to old PC with XP, around 5 pcs dual general purpose counters, around 20 pcs temp measurements).

    Which one you ended up? Any ready_made_tricks to share?

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    I wonder if any user manual (http also OK) would be available before installing full software. This time Google did not help me :shock:

    This would be very helpfull for me as I have existing (other) system running in measurement-PC and I would like to make swap as short as possible

    Thanks

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    @Keith said:

    .....
    I've got about 30 temp sensors and some switches set up on a 1 wire network. I'm planning to control my complex heating system through it using Mango.

    Getting it to be reliable is a right pain. Its very sensitive length and hoe the sensors are added....
    Cheers

    Keith

    Your webpage looks interesting :-)

    I am looking to build similar (mainly) logger system with 1-wire sensors including:

    • around 5 dual counters (DS2423)
    • around 20 temp. sensors (DS18S20)
    • 8 DI / 8 DO
    • Oregon Scientific WMTS-200 weather station with extra wireless room sensors (was cheapest way as wires were not possible).

    I have heard that direct 1-wire takes lot of CPU-capasity to keep timelines required. Could this be part of your stabilization problem?

    To solve that, I have been looking got TEMP08 (also mentioned here in forum), but no reply on that one.

    Looks that Mango don't support TEMP08 yet?

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