TempHumid.conf file accordingly (see below), then either restart the software by typing CTRL-C in the start_THRecord xterm or by rebooting the Pi.
Software, config file etc are stored in
TempHumid.conf describes which of the digital pins have sensors attached to them. e.g:
[pin03] gpio = 2 label = Hub sensor = 11 attached = True
bin directory contains the executables:
THRecord.py: Reads sensors and writes values once per ~20s to a sqlite database in the data directory. Note database should grow at the rate of ~200 MB per year and the RPi has ~10 GB of free space on its microSD card.
THServer.py: Listens on port 60030 and returns the latest values on any query. Could be more sophisticated (different data depending on query), just ask . Example output:
2018-09-09 05:52:00.648388 0.0 0.0 46.0 0.0 0.0 49.0 0.0 48.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 -273.0 -273.0 19.0 -273.0 -273.0 20.0 -273.0 19.0 -273.0 -273.0 -273.0 -273.0 -273.0 -273.0 -273.0 -273.0 -273.0 -273.0 -273.0 -273.0 -273.0 -273.0 -273.0 -273.0 -273.0 -273.0 -273.0 -273.0
where first two strings are date and time (in UT) then all humidities and then all temperatures. The order of values is in digital pin number order (the same as in TempHumid.conf)
client_test.py: a test script to poll the server and get the most recent data
start_THServer.share started automatically after the RPi boots into a desktop session, so a reboot of the RPi should start these processes. They are called from
~/.config/lxsession/LXDE-pi/autostart. Edit this file if you want to change what happens when the desktop starts.
A work in progress… The accelerometer data are available via the web but an alarm system for jolts needs to be implemented. At the moment, no analog temp/humid sensors are in use.
A work in progress… Some preliminary work has been done but we are having trouble 'learning' the remote.