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Posted: February 01 2013 at 02:38 | IP Logged Quote krommetje

Hi all,

Can PH be used for reading or interfacing with TEMPERHUM software? Maybe a VB.NET intergration possible?

software e.g. API-call for VB.NET can be dl. here:

Scroll down to half the page

There is also UTAC but my test-stick has not been able to interface with this package

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Posted: February 08 2013 at 04:15 | IP Logged Quote krommetje

Here is an update:

been working on a macro to import temperature, humidity and dewpoint from a TEMPERHUM USB key and here is howto:

Go into OPTIONS of the temperhum software and set logging to CSV into the directory of your desire.

TEMPERHUM software writes a filename like this:

2013-2-8 9h34m8s.csv

I need a workaround for this to give the log a filename which is easier tom work with, how I still have to figure out...

the macro I have created up until now:
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insert into macroheader values ('TEMPERTEST','TEMPERTEST',1,0,1);
insert into macrodetail values ('TEMPERTEST',1,26,'',NULL,'START',1,'','');
insert into macrodetail values ('TEMPERTEST',2,27,'',NULL,'if(ph_fileexists("c:\logs\2013-2 -1 10h8m23s.txt") = 0,"WAIT","")',1,'','');
insert into macrodetail values ('TEMPERTEST',3,15,'[LOCAL1]',NULL,'ph_readfile("c:\logs\2013-2-8 9h34m8s.csv")',0,'','');
insert into macrodetail values ('TEMPERTEST',4,38,'',0,'ph_deletefile("2013-2-8 9h34m8s.csv") ',1,'','');
insert into macrodetail values ('TEMPERTEST',5,10,'TEMPER1',NULL,'RIGHT(ph_getvar_s(1,1),40 )',0,'','');
insert into macrodetail values ('TEMPERTEST',6,10,'TEMPER',NULL,'DEC(LEFT(right("{TEMPER1}" , 40),5))',0,'','');
insert into macrodetail values   ('TEMPERTEST',7,10,'TEMPERHUMID',NULL,'DEC(right(left("{TEMP ER1}", 13),5))',0,'','');
insert into macrodetail values   ('TEMPERTEST',8,10,'TEMPERDEWPOINT',NULL,'DEC(right(left("{T EMPER1}", 18),4))',0,'','');
insert into macrodetail values ('TEMPERTEST',9,38,'',0,'ph_writefile("c:\logs\temperhist.lo g",0,ph_getvar_s(1,1))',1,'','');
insert into macrodetail values ('TEMPERTEST',10,26,'',NULL,'WAIT',1,'','');
insert into macrodetail values ('TEMPERTEST',11,31,'',NULL,'60',1,'','');
insert into macrodetail values ('TEMPERTEST',12,27,'',NULL,'"START"',1,'','');


the macro is pretty straightforward: I read the file and store it in [LOCAL1] then I store the last 40 chars of the file in a GV named TEMPER1. Then I filter out the needed values and store them I their seperate GV's

like I said: I need a workaround for the filename, once PH restarts or the temperhum software restarts, the filename changes as well....

edit: check the code for spaces added by the board software!

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Posted: February 17 2013 at 06:06 | IP Logged Quote krommetje

Can Someone help me with the workaround for the filename?
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Posted: February 17 2013 at 07:50 | IP Logged Quote TonyNo

What do you need?
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Posted: February 18 2013 at 23:26 | IP Logged Quote krommetje

The Temperhum software writes the logfile with a name like this:

2013-2-1 10h8m23s.txt

... the name is equal to the startup Date and Time of the software

So each time when the Temperhum software restarts a different logfilename exists so you should ech time you have to restart (or the logfile grows enormously) you have to manually enter the new logfilename into the macro.

you see what I mean?
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Posted: February 19 2013 at 07:32 | IP Logged Quote TonyNo

Oh, wow. That complicates things.
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Posted: May 18 2013 at 03:02 | IP Logged Quote krommetje

Found this page:

http://www.property-protection.nl/Temper/

the OCX can be found here too but also here

maybe this helps?

Edited by krommetje - May 18 2013 at 03:06
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