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  • Send MKR1000 Data to Google Sheets about 2 years ago

    Right sometimes if you don't add client.stop() the buffer will get overrun after 4-5 iterations

  • Send MKR1000 Data to Google Sheets about 2 years ago

    This project requires internet connectivity. I also have a tutorial for doing this with the ESP8266 as well, look at that if applicable.

  • Send MKR1000 Data to Google Sheets over 2 years ago

    Also you will want to use the esp8266 version of this tutorial you sent me this from the mkr1000 version.  Check my ESP version 
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  • Send MKR1000 Data to Google Sheets over 2 years ago

    Well you don't need an Arduino Uno if you are using the ESP.  I assume you mean Arduino IDE not UNO.  You may have to change the data line pin for the ESP-01 to one of the usable pins for the O1.  Just check the pin out schematic online 
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  • Send MKR1000 Data to Google Sheets over 2 years ago

    Click the other pane in the code window and it will appear 
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  • Send MKR1000 Data to Google Sheets over 2 years ago

    In HTTP/REST "Get" is considered more secure, idempotent, and easier to process as the parameter:value key pair doesn't contain a body as does the "POST". When dealing with header values every client/server can have its own formatting requirement for headers and what is acceptable to be sent from the device-side. I suggest the easiest way to learn these RESTful api's and headers is to get familiar with the free "Postman" app and cURL tool. Plenty of videos on YouTube and that should make things much clearer then just reading wikipedia which will be dry and technical. I should have some more info on this on my website embedded-iot.net

  • Send MKR1000 Data to Google Sheets over 2 years ago

    Try what Jose suggests then let us know, I may have to amend the code to keep it robust

  • Send MKR1000 Data to Google Sheets over 2 years ago

    Hmm I didn't think that was necessary but it likely is contingent on Pushingbox or google. I may have to add it into the code to keep it robust. thanks

  • Send MKR1000 Data to Google Sheets almost 3 years ago

    When you enter pseudo data as a URL for in part three it works or no?
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  • Send MKR1000 Data to Google Sheets almost 3 years ago

    Ho Jose,

    First I would make sure your outputting to serial monitor after 7 outputs to make sure its not a hardware issue. Second, I would check PushingBox to see that you haven't exceeded your daily quota. Third, I would output a flag after the data gets pushed to PushignBox to make sure the 8th+ transaction is actually going out to the web.

  • MKR1000 to Initial State DHT Visulaizations about 3 years ago

    If you want the rough, brute force string handler to take care of the MKR1000 float issue check it out here
    https://github.com/sborsay/Arduino_Wireless/blob/master/MKR1000_to_thingspeak_FloatStringHandler

  • Send MKR1000 Data to Google Sheets over 3 years ago

    No I have not tired that at all. Nor have I tried the new library someone sent me on my esp8266 project which utilizes Ivans fingerprinting algorithm to make the data HTTPS compliant. Ultimately, both of these options probably provide a better commercial solution than using a third party API, but for both instructional purposes and time considerations this current iteration is suitable.

    SDB

  • MKR1000 to ThingSpeak.com over 3 years ago

    Florica the third argument fir DHT is listed as is "count" (where you input 15) in the current DHT.cpp file. This third parameter is not actually used. the documentation in the file specifies .

    // Note that count is now ignored as the DHT reading algorithm adjusts itself
    // based on the speed of the processor.

    so unless you are using an old library which utilizes the count parameter that argument is ignored. If the argument wasn't ignored by an older library I can see that being effective, but have you tried just adding a delay if you think it is a latency issue, and the algorithm is adjusting as claimed? I have tried this and didn't see any good result. My solution to this was adding a rough string handler which is on my listed Github. This does a brute force conversion of Int to float conversion in code explicitly.

    https://github.com/sborsay/Arduino_Wireless/blob/master/MKR1000_to_thingspeak_FloatStringHandler

  • MKR1000 to ThingSpeak.com over 3 years ago

    Ive updated the code with a brute force string formater to make the proper int to float conversion for ThingSpeak. For some reason the MKR1000 cant handle float data type transmission like the esp8266 can, this is likely a transmission package size limitation issue or a lack of floating point abilities. The new code is linked below:

    https://github.com/sborsay/Arduino_Wireless/blob/master/MKR1000_to_thingspeak_FloatStringHandler

  • MKR1000 to ThingSpeak.com over 3 years ago

    Note: I'm using the Board support package 1.6.3, the newest package 1.6.4 doesn't seem to have the Package for the MRK1000

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