Water counter shows m3 instead of liters

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Water counter shows m3 instead of liters

Post by Hobbybob » Tuesday 07 August 2018 16:15

Hello, I've just updated my Domoticz to the latest stable (4.9700). I was running the previousstable (don't know what version number exactly).

One of the things I have is a incremental counter that adds up the amount of water that has been used. Previously, the total for today was shown in liters, but now it is shown in m3. Is this a setting somewhere? I think liters are much more comprehensible, and I don't think I will use up 1 m3 any day soon ;)

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Re: Water counter shows m3 instead of liters

Post by SweetPants » Wednesday 08 August 2018 15:07

When you edit the counter, what doe it show?
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Re: Water counter shows m3 instead of liters

Post by freijn » Wednesday 08 August 2018 15:37

Check here :
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Re: Water counter shows m3 instead of liters

Post by Hobbybob » Wednesday 08 August 2018 15:53

freijn wrote:
Wednesday 08 August 2018 15:37
Check here :
I don't know what setting I would need to look at. For wind-speed and temperature I can choose how it should be displayed, but not for water as far as I can see...
SweetPants wrote:
Wednesday 08 August 2018 15:07
When you edit the counter, what doe it show?
It shows this:
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Re: Water counter shows m3 instead of liters

Post by freijn » Wednesday 08 August 2018 17:13

Bob

try this :
http://xx.xx.xx.xx:8080/#/Setup

Where xx.xx.xx.xx is the ip of your Domoticz

you get there selecting :

configuration(instellingen) and then configuration(instellingen) again.
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Re: Water counter shows m3 instead of liters

Post by Hobbybob » Wednesday 08 August 2018 18:15

freijn wrote:
Wednesday 08 August 2018 17:13
Bob

try this :
http://xx.xx.xx.xx:8080/#/Setup

Where xx.xx.xx.xx is the ip of your Domoticz

you get there selecting :

configuration(instellingen) and then configuration(instellingen) again.

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Hi freijn, I know how to get to the appropiate setings-page, but I just don't see a setting there. Could you indicate on your screenshot what setting I should be looking for exactly?

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Re: Water counter shows m3 instead of liters

Post by freijn » Thursday 09 August 2018 15:58

EEhhhh Bob,

There is the setting Water / delers . for me its 1000 as I have a liter counter and 1000 x 1 liter = 1m3 water.

Start playing with the 1000 devider number.

Hope its more clear now

Frank

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Re: Water counter shows m3 instead of liters

Post by Hobbybob » Thursday 09 August 2018 16:54

I also have 1000 mentioned there. With the previous version I also had liters mentioned, but after updating to 4.9700 I got m3 instead. I now see in your screenshot that you are running an older version, so I guess that is why you still have liters.

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