@autelis I seem to still be seeing <avail>9</avail> in /chem.xml on 1.6.12 when the filter pump is off or when the Aquaure RS422 is disconnected from the Jandys iAqualink system.mda wrote:What does the value 9 mean in the <avail> element in /chem.xml?autelis wrote:Please try http://www.autelis.com/downloads/pc100j ... 1.6.12.jarmda wrote:
Its a Jandy ePump
and I have an Aquapure salt water chlorine generator
In these conditions, the iAqualink web page tells me the Aquapure is not available, but Autelis does not give any indication that there is any problem, it just continues to report that the Aquapure is connected, there is no error, and the values are the same as they were the last time it saw the Aquapure in the system.
This caused me a problem the other day when my Aquapure had in fact had an issue but Autelis continued to report everything was fine to Homeseer and therefore Homeseer did not alert me.
Could you please give this a look? Thanks!
For example, here is what /chem.xml on 1.6.12 returns right now when my filter pump is off. (At the same time, if I click on the Aquapure button on the iAqualink web page, I get an error "AquaPure not found. Pump must be ON to access AquaPure menu.")
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<response> <chem> <avail>9</avail> <chlrp>15</chlrp> <saltp>68</saltp> <chlrs>5</chlrs> <salts>68</salts> <chlrerr>0</chlrerr> <orp1>0</orp1> <orp2>0</orp2> <ph1>0</ph1> <ph2>0</ph2> <orpfd1>0</orpfd1> <orpfd2>0</orpfd2> <phfd1>0</phfd1> <phfd2>0</phfd2> </chem> </response>