September 21, 2015
is it possible to ignore certain values in any way and don´t get the REACT triggert?
Or maybe send a REACT only when a value ist inbetween vertain parameters?
The reason I'm asking this is because I'm intercepting a signal from a thermometer with a reciever and from time to time there are errors in the chechsum, so rediculous values like a few 10000 °C are triggering my REACT.
And because it is meant as an alarm that is kind of annoying.
Any ideas or tipps are appreciated!
January 30, 2014
Its a bit of a Rube Goldberg solution but you might be able to:-
Use the new Matlab plugin to filter your data (theres an "Eliminate Data Outliers" example that seems like a great starting point) using a React to data insertion.
Write it to a another channel
Trigger your alarm react off the new , cleaner, channel.
Its kind of a shame that Thingspeak doesn't allow you to set limits that automatically reject ridiculous values.
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