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Re: AirLink Davis en WeatherCloud Plus

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Werk_AG wrote:
Tue 06 Apr 2021 6:25 pm
mcrossley wrote:
Tue 06 Apr 2021 8:18 am
The AQI is the USA EPA scale - fixed, no option to use any other standard :(
I can be wrong but I think it not even is USA EPA.
When I asked about the upload API they responded that it should be USA EPA scale. As you say, they should really be calculating the AQI, then the user can select (or not!) which scale they want to see.

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Re: AirLink Davis en WeatherCloud Plus

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mcrossley wrote:
Thu 08 Apr 2021 4:14 pm

When I asked about the upload API they responded that it should be USA EPA scale. As you say, they should really be calculating the AQI, then the user can select (or not!) which scale they want to see.
Seems they don't agree with us, and prefer to have a fixed USA EPA. :)
Have you managed to send the AQ Index to WeatherCloud?
I'm using the var names from latest API version, PM2.5 and PM10.0 data are sent, but AQ Index not.
Also no success with the Soil Temperature, Soil Moisture and Leaf Wetness. As I'm not sure if this is really working on their side, so I'm doing a pause before trying again.
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Do you have a Pro or Premium account? The extra sensors are only visible on paid accounts :(
I cannot see the data either.

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OK, with a Pro account I can see the AQ data!

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I just dont see the benefit or having a Pro account with a 3rd party weather data supplier when you can see the AQI data locally, especially when its YOUR data in the first place.
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Same here - but they appear to have lots of stations :shrug:

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Re: AirLink Davis en WeatherCloud Plus

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mcrossley wrote:
Fri 16 Apr 2021 9:00 am
Do you have a Pro or Premium account? The extra sensors are only visible on paid accounts :(
I cannot see the data either.
mcrossley wrote:
Fri 16 Apr 2021 9:44 am
OK, with a Pro account I can see the AQ data!
Tank you Mark.
A member of the WeatherDuino team have a Pro account, and I'm testing using their account.
When I tried, one or two weeks ago, I could only see the PM2.5 and PM10 data, and nothing on the AQI gauge.
Maybe I'm doing something wrong, or they have fixed it by now.
Is the variable name for AQI data "aqi"?

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Re: AirLink Davis en WeatherCloud Plus

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Werk_AG wrote:
Sat 17 Apr 2021 11:54 pm

Is the variable name for AQI data "aqi"?
Yes

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