are you referring to the settings or when you Rover is in MPPT, float, boost mode?....either way, I have not seen that in the code, or haven't identified it yet....its good point and would be nice to have as another data stream.
So, finally got Grafana MQTT installed on my Ubuntu Machine.
Question for you @oedo808: The script seems to be optimized for Home Assistant, so, when im on my Ubuntu machine (broker) and type this in the command line
mosquitto_sub -v -h broker_ip -p 1883 -t '#'
i get all this...
im trying to code a subscriber to list the data the publisher is sending using my broker.
When I run the script below, all I get is that
"Connected with result code 0"
and waits...but its not listing the data the the publisher is sending....any know now how to tweak this script?
I asked the author about increasing the decimal places on the values and this is what he has to say:
If you look at the class PowerDevice in solaredevice.py you can find the definitions of the various monitored values.
You will mostly see that values are stored as "high resolution" (e.g...
so, I got the broker working on my local Ubuntu computer and network (it had something to do with specifically giving permission to external devices by adding the IP address of the external device in the broker moquitto.conf file on the UBuntu computer)....I ran a basic mqtt publish and subcribe...
Great! I got the Broker running on the Ubuntu machine by following these instructions:
Then, I installed two simple sub-pub scripts from here on the Pi Zero:
Using the above two...
so, I did one better. I converted that old computer to a Ubuntu machine. So, now I can have it one 24/7 to hepl with the resouces. I just have to figure out how to put all the peices together.
Back to your 4 step instuctions:
Install an MQTT server like Mosquitto somewhere; could even be on...