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Here oldest 1-wire network is still utilizing an old Temp-05 device. (note here have multiple Temp-0X devices, Maxim 1-wire serial and USB devices on separate networks / runs).
I have a Dallas DS9097 which I have used for the Maxim 1-wire viewer. I can move the below 1-wire network to said sensor to see the devices using the Maxim 1-wire viewer.
What I see the the old Temp-05 1-wire network is:
Barometer #01[BD000000AEF4A726]=29.50 inHg
01 9300080013572410 DS1820 OK
02 BD000000AEF4A726 DS2438 OK B
03 9600000014CAB326 DS2438 OK H
04 7B0008001356AE10 DS1820 OK
05 0D00080013544A10 DS1820 OK
Update interval = 01 minutes
Relay off timer = 00 minutes
Temp display = F
Serial # display = Y
Wind dirn reverse = N
Debug = N
Some temp sensors Parasitic powered
Qty of DS1820=03
Qty of DS1822=00
Qty of DS18B2=00
Qty of DS2438=02
Should the humidity/temp sensor give me 1 or 2 ROM IDs?
one - note above stuff
I have read that I have to enter the barometer V max and min and hpa max and min. Were do I get these values?
The above Barometer is a Hobby Boards device. Thinking now it is their first generation 1-wire barometer device. I have never done anything with it. I do recall there is some methodology of calibration of it. I did check it over 10 years ago once and never did touch it afterwards.
Just looking at the Davis Weather console I do see a different Barometric pressure here. It is 30.10
That means I should adjust mine. I do not see the HB calculator online and did find some other references including a calculator. Not sure if it will work.
Here are the old instructions which are probably different now for your Barometer. I am posting them here to remind me to make the adjustment to my 1-wire barometer.
Barometer 1.0 installation.
Barometer V2 and V3 installation
HB Barometer Document 2014
1. Install the Barometer on your 1-Wire network.
2. Go to the Barometer Calibration Calculator on our website, enter your altitude (in feet).
3. The Pressure Low and Pressure High values in the calculator default to typical values, but you are given the option to set these yourself if you prefer.
4. Clear the Offset Voltage field, and click the “Update” button. The calculator will re-calculate the needed Offset Voltage according to your elevation. Keep this number handy, you will use it in the next steps.
5. On your barometer board, remove the jumper from pins 2 & 3, and move it to the calibration setting (pins 1 & 2).
6. This step requires the OneWireViewer from Dallas. (We’re assuming you know how to use the 1
- Wire viewer. If you do not, please see the instructions on Dallas’s site.) Open the 1-Wire viewer, and select the DS2438 from the device list. Click on the “A to D” tab, and look at the voltage reading for “Channel 1”. Using a small screwdriver, adjust the resistor labeled R4 until the voltage shown in the viewer matches the
Offset Voltage from the Calibration Calculator. Adjust this resistor slowly, it normally does not require much to obtain the desired Offset Voltage.
7. Once done, remove the jumper from pins 1 & 2 and replace it on pins 2 & 3. Let the Barometer run for a few days while you track it using a local weather station as your baseline. At this point, your Hobby Boards Barometer should match the weather station to within a few hundredths of an inch of mercury. To achieve further precision, your software should offer additional calibration options.
One final question - anyone who know if it possible to get a 1-wire solar sensor and UV-sensor that I can connect to my 1-wire network?
For a one wire guesstimate I use a temperature sensor in a sealed jar outside.
Here is a DIY 1-wire UV / Solar data device.
How to Make the Sky IR Sensors + UV ,Solar,Light
Someone on internetlandia has been able to make a Davis Solar Radiation device that works replicating the Davis device.