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Multiple Temperature sensors in same log display

Post by OzGrant » Monday 21 May 2018 8:18

G'day,
Is it possible to have a few DS18B20's temperatures, displayed in the same log display.
Tks

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Re: Multiple Temperature sensors in same log display

Post by SweetPants » Monday 21 May 2018 9:03

Yes, use the custom graph and select the temps you want dislpayed
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Re: Multiple Temperature sensors in same log display

Post by OzGrant » Monday 21 May 2018 11:57

Thank you for the answer.
Don't know how I missed the "Custom Graph" blue button.
Is there a way of saving the graph configuration, so that I don't have to keep ticking the relevant sensors.

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Re: Multiple Temperature sensors in same log display

Post by SweetPants » Monday 21 May 2018 12:54

OzGrant wrote:
Monday 21 May 2018 11:57
Is there a way of saving the graph configuration, so that I don't have to keep ticking the relevant sensors.
Not that i'm aware of.
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Re: Multiple Temperature sensors in same log display

Post by Egregius » Monday 21 May 2018 14:34

Push the data to a mysql database and do anything you want with it ;)

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Re: Multiple Temperature sensors in same log display

Post by OzGrant » Tuesday 22 May 2018 7:07

G'day,
As a newbee, mysql looks a bit intimidating.
So will stick to the ticking at this stage and keep mysql for when I get more proficient.
Tks again for the answers.
Grant

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