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The latest received telemetry analog values.

Time Temp* Humid* PS* Batt* CPU*
1627987300 80.96 F 46 % 13.9 Volts 0 Volts 123.8 F
1627987880 80.96 F 45 % 13.9 Volts 0 Volts 130.64 F
1627988400 80.96 F 45 % 13.9 Volts 0 Volts 124.7 F
1627988895 80.96 F 46 % 14 Volts 0 Volts 123.8 F
1627989454 80.96 F 46 % 13.9 Volts 0 Volts 128.66 F
*Used Equation Coefficients:
Temp: 0, 0.18, 32
Humid: 0, 0.1, 0
PS: 0, 0.1, 0
Batt: 0, 0.1, 0
CPU: 0, 0.18, 32

The latest received telemetry bits.

Time IS* Ard* PS* B-Lo* T-Hi* T-Lo* B7* B8*
1627988400
Yes
Yes
Yes
Low
High
Low
on
on
1627988895
Yes
Yes
Yes
Low
High
Low
on
on
1627989454
Yes
Yes
Yes
Low
High
Low
on
on
*Used Bit Sense:
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

  • Telemetry packets is used to share measurements like repeteater parameters, battery voltage, radiation readings (or any other measurements).
  • The parameter names for the analog channels will be Value1, Value2, Value3 (up to Value5) if station has not sent a PARAM-packet that specifies the parameter names for each analog channel.
  • Each analog value is a decimal number between 000 and 255 (according to APRS specifications). The receiver use the telemetry equation coefficientsto to restore the original sensor values. If no EQNS-packet with equation coefficients is sent we will show the values as is (this corresponds to the equation coefficients a=0, b=1 and c=0).
    The sent equation coefficients is used in the equation: a * value2 + b * value + c.
  • The units for the analog values will not be shown if station has not sent a UNIT-packet specifying what unit's to use.
  • The parameter names for the digital bits will be Bit1, Bit2, Bit3 (up to Bit8) if station has not sent a PARAM-packet that specifies the parameter names for each digital bit.
  • All bit labels will be named "On" if station has not sent a UNIT-packet that specifies the label of each bit.
  • A bit is considered to be On when the bit is 1 if station has not sent a BITS-packet that specifies another "Bit sense" (a BITS-packet specify the state of the bits that match the BIT labels)
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