Double time date start / end of day


#1

There is double date displayed in the data that throws the graph out (goes to zero at midnight)
could the end of day time be changed to show 24:00?
Or is this some oddity due to upload timing?

The next day starts at
22/07/20 00:00
but would be nice for the day to end
21/07/20 24:00 not 22/07/20 00:00


#2

21/07/20 24:00 and 22/07/20 00:00 is the same - the former only appears if the uploader sends -

  • date=20200721, time=23:58 to time=24:00

Can you give an example screenshot of this.


#3

Thanks
As attached no data for the last 5 mins of day - i have played with the data timing but no avail

yet start next day shows fine at 00:00


#4

Energy readings taken at a given moment provide retrospective data, e.g. the reading of an energy counter taken at 9:00am provides the energy usage/production data for the 8:55 to 9:00am interval (and hence 5-min avg power), as well as any momentary snapshot data occurring at 9:00am (such as a voltage reading, power output at that moment etc).

Hence the first interval of the day really should be shown as 00:05 (or 12:05am) since that is the data for 00:00 to 00:05 interval, while the final interval of the day should be 24:00 (or 12:00pm) as that’s the data for the 23:55 to 24:00 interval.


#5

The graph is displaying as expected as the uploader / efergy is only sending temperature and voltage at 24:00.

The power values are shown as “-” on the table.


#6

ok thanks will sort this end


#7

yes correct but that would be for totals – the reading itself is the instantaneous energy use at that point so 00:00 would be a valid reading as the totals are zero at that instant.
the 00:05 reading is as you state


#8

True but an instantaneous power value sampled once every 5-min is a pretty useless data point.