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TedDev

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Re: TED5000 Beta R447/R240
« Reply #45 on: June 21, 2011, 06:39:53 PM »
Notes on the beta I see
Temps from the ct-30/3m50 are incorect both room temp and setpoint. can not chnage the setpoint. mode is not correct unit is in auto showing off. (interminent) Setpoint temp displayed incorect showing heat setpoint I think and should be cool point.

We are still waiting on a new firmware update from RTA to address several other issues we noted. However, we will be releasing a new beta shortly that will allow you to use the latest published CT30/3m50 firmware as well.



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Re: TED5000 Beta R447/R240
« Reply #46 on: June 21, 2011, 07:49:10 PM »
Teddev been looking at the inernet tstat and had gotten the 3m50 but have had issues that with its usablity. Just found the bayweb unit and look and works very COOL with x10 intergration also PLEASE take a look at the unit and see what could be done at www.bayweb.com.

It is more $$$ 195 - 220 but is MUCH MUCH better than the ct50 or ct80

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Re: TED5000 Beta R447/R240
« Reply #47 on: June 21, 2011, 09:54:14 PM »
I have an older gateway, 200 rev. (and MTU 100 rev and display rev 300)

Do you recommend that one upgrade the gateway (and other bits?) to take advantage of the benefits of the new firmware (or is hardware currently in beta as well at this stage)?

Thanks,

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Re: TED5000 Beta R447/R240
« Reply #48 on: June 21, 2011, 10:08:00 PM »
Basil, I think your gateway is too old to use this firmware. Check out the warning in the first post in this thread.

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Re: TED5000 Beta R447/R240
« Reply #49 on: June 21, 2011, 10:11:52 PM »
...hence my question!

Cheers,

Basil

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Re: TED5000 Beta R447/R240
« Reply #50 on: June 21, 2011, 10:22:55 PM »
I have an older gateway, 200 rev. (and MTU 100 rev and display rev 300)
Basil, it looks like you're referencing the serial numbers from your components. The version number we reference is for firmware. You can check these numbers by going to Help > About in Footprints. If your gateway version number listed there is under 200, then you'll need to call/email the office to get the updates.

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Re: TED5000 Beta R447/R240
« Reply #51 on: June 21, 2011, 10:34:11 PM »
I have an older gateway, 200 rev. (and MTU 100 rev and display rev 300)
Basil, it looks like you're referencing the serial numbers from your components. The version number we reference is for firmware. You can check these numbers by going to Help > About in Footprints. If your gateway version number listed there is under 200, then you'll need to call/email the office to get the updates.

...but in red in the first post it says

Note: If your Gateway ID starts with a 20  (e.g. 2000AB) please do not apply this firmware update. Users w/ Gateway ID's that start with 21  (e.g. 2100AB) can still apply this update. Your Gateway ID is visible under System Settings->Product Information and is also printed on a sticker located at the bottom of the Gateway.

Now I'm confused...

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Re: TED5000 Beta R447/R240
« Reply #52 on: June 22, 2011, 01:37:33 AM »
What is the serial id of your Gateway (under System Settings->Product information)? If the first 2 digits start with 20, then the most recent firmware you can update to is R406.   

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Re: TED5000 Beta R447/R240
« Reply #53 on: June 22, 2011, 12:45:42 PM »
Note: If your Gateway ID starts with a 20  (e.g. 2000AB) please do not apply this firmware update. Users w/ Gateway ID's that start with 21  (e.g. 2100AB) can still apply this update. Your Gateway ID is visible under System Settings->Product Information and is also printed on a sticker located at the bottom of the Gateway.

So how do I un-update>>>>did not have that warning when I intalled.?

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Re: TED5000 Beta R447/R240
« Reply #54 on: June 22, 2011, 08:12:55 PM »
So how do I un-update>>>>did not have that warning when I intalled.?

Just re-install R406/R233 and perform a "Reset Totals to Zero" if needed.

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Re: TED5000 Beta R447/R240
« Reply #55 on: June 23, 2011, 10:51:43 PM »
What is the serial id of your Gateway (under System Settings->Product information)? If the first 2 digits start with 20, then the most recent firmware you can update to is R406.   

I have an older gateway, 200 rev. (and MTU 100 rev and display rev 300)

Do you recommend that one upgrade the gateway (and other bits?) to take advantage of the benefits of the new firmware (or is hardware currently in beta as well at this stage)?

Thanks,

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Re: TED5000 Beta R447/R240
« Reply #56 on: June 24, 2011, 08:26:08 AM »
I flashed my 20-series back to firmware 406/223 (in that order), Reset Totals, and Restart TED.  Repeated the Reset/Restart couple more times.  PeakkWToday still almost immediately displays ~27kW value when actual usage is under 200W.  Please help.  Daily export of min pwr had been one of my favorite features - I'd like to get it back.

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Re: TED5000 Beta R447/R240
« Reply #57 on: June 24, 2011, 11:32:56 PM »
I flashed my 20-series back to firmware 406/223 (in that order), Reset Totals, and Restart TED.  Repeated the Reset/Restart couple more times.  PeakkWToday still almost immediately displays ~27kW value when actual usage is under 200W.  Please help.  Daily export of min pwr had been one of my favorite features - I'd like to get it back.

Try to save your system settings and utility settings again via the wizard and then reset totals to zero again. That will put you back in a clean state for R406. If you are still getting the readings, then they have to be coming from the MTU.

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Re: TED5000 Beta R447/R240
« Reply #58 on: June 25, 2011, 08:31:10 AM »
TEDDev: Per your request on my reversion to 406/223 on 20-series hardware: I saved system and utility settings via wizard (then restored them, verified, and wrote them), and reset totals to zero again.  PeakkWToday displays 0 for couple seconds then changes to ~27kW, while every second of exported seconds is .100 or less.  So I don't understand how bogus value can be coming from MTU (1.0.57); stats says skp is 0.
Daily export for peak pwr has negative or positive number absolute value around 30 (k).  Daily export for min pwr is always a number 26.8xx where xx varies from 15 to 29.
Also to display Footprints web I had to use IP address instead of TED5000 name, perhaps bug related to me posting to EnerSave (since PowerMeter is going away)?  After I did Restart TED, I was able to use the TED5000 name again (for awhile, later I have to use IP address again).

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Re: TED5000 Beta R447/R240
« Reply #59 on: June 25, 2011, 06:23:30 PM »
First thing, I am VERY GLAD that I waited till now before I tried this beta release as I am an "early adopter" with a Gateway in the "20####", a MTU with "10####" and a Display with "20####" serial numbers. My question is what provisos does TED have for us users? This is not a rant, I understand that technology moves on but I would be disappointed if I have to buy a new setup at retail price. We early adopters have encountered many problems and furnished much feedback to enable TED to get to this point, please don't forget our contributions.  ???