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BME280 > SignalK no data/gauges
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That's good to know they really are working.

Assuming the address of the BME has been changed to 0x76 per the instructions (that script would fail if you hadn't of course) then do you see the data if you go to Start>Openplotter>SignalK>Data Browser?

There is a mistake in that Pican documentation, page 18 assumes you've set the address to 0x76 but step 3 on page 19 says select 0x77. It should be 0x76 but I don't think that's your problem. I assume you selected 0x76 anyway.
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(2021-07-17, 08:00 AM)baltika_no_9 Wrote: That's good to know they really are working.

Assuming the address of the BME has been changed to 0x76 per the instructions (that script would fail if you hadn't of course) then do you see the data if you go to Start>Openplotter>SignalK>Data Browser?

There is a mistake in that Pican documentation, page 18 assumes you've set the address to 0x76 but step 3 on page 19 says select 0x77. It should be 0x76 but I don't think that's your problem. I assume you selected 0x76 anyway.

I wrote in my very first post : "In SignalK > Databrowser search for pressure or temperature : NOTHING"
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(2021-07-17, 05:32 PM)faurmic Wrote:
(2021-07-17, 08:00 AM)baltika_no_9 Wrote: That's good to know they really are working.

Assuming the address of the BME has been changed to 0x76 per the instructions (that script would fail if you hadn't of course) then do you see the data if you go to Start>Openplotter>SignalK>Data Browser?

There is a mistake in that Pican documentation, page 18 assumes you've set the address to 0x76 but step 3 on page 19 says select 0x77. It should be 0x76 but I don't think that's your problem. I assume you selected 0x76 anyway.

I wrote in my very first post : "In SignalK > Databrowser search for pressure or temperature : NOTHING"

So you did, please accept my sincerest apologies.  It's frustrating isn't it when people supposedly trying to help can't even be bothered to read posts thoroughly.

I beg your pardon.
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