Keep getting this error when reading tomato leaves: "Exception Error, ReferenceError: ecsArray_flat_log is not defined"

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Dhingra Lab

Feb 2019

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Hello,

I am trying to get some readings from tomato plants in a greenhouse.

I keep receiving a red error message "Exception Error, ReferenceError: ecsArrayflatlog is not defined" (attached a screenshot of it). I searched for helping on the forums but I couldn't find any help.

Can anyone suggest some possible solutions?

Thank you!

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David M. Kramer

Feb 2019

Hi! Is this Amit?

Can you post the firmware version and other settings? Go to console and type in "print_memory". Copy all text that appears and paste it here.

Dave

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Dhingra Lab

Feb 2019

Hehe, no it's not Amit... we don't let him touch plants anymore. I'm one of his grad students. Thank you for the help Dr. Kramer!

Firmware: 2.0038

Memory dump:

{ "deviceid":"32:21:3c:fb", "deviceversion":2, "compiled":["Sep 20 2018","09:30:55"], "magxscale":-9999.00, "magyscale":-9999.00, "magzscale":-9999.00, "magxoffset":-9999.00, "magyoffset":-9999.00, "magzoffset":-9999.00, "lightslopeall":[0.614], "lightsloper":[-0.583], "lightslopeg":[-0.551], "lightslopeb":[0.466], "lightyint":[-1.882], "thicknessa":16173.590, "thicknessb":-0.637, "thicknessc":6298.566, "magorientation":1.0, "openposition":34978.000, "closedposition":31924.000, "spadscale":-9999.000, "blinkmode":4, "thicknessmin":20869.400, "thicknessmax":36290.602, "shutdowntime (s)":1800, "usbon":1, "pixpin":14, "partodacslope1": [8782.705,238855.516,13083.543,38828.016,10000.000,10000.000,74988.852,10000.000,10000.000,10000.000], "partodacslope2": [1223.51,77978.40,11179.30,15379.93,2000.00,2000.00,47558.15,2000.00,2000.00,2000.00], "partodacslope3": [-305.75,-147.63,-56.39,-313.22,-200.00,-200.00,-119.28,-200.00,-200.00,-500.00], "parmethod":1, "par_tweek":-NAN } C38ACF17


Not sure why that date says Sept 20, 2018 because I've been trying to use the device these last couple days.

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David M. Kramer

Feb 2019

Sorry for the lag. I will try that protocol.

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David M. Kramer

Feb 2019

Dhingra Lab: Hehe, no it's not Amit... we don't let him touch plants anymore. I'm one of his grad students. Thank you for the help Dr. Kramer! Firmware: 2.0038 Memory dump: { "deviceid":"32:21:3c:fb", "deviceversion":2, "compiled":["Sep 20 2018","09:30:55"], "magxscale":-9999.00, "magyscale":-9999.00, "magzscale":-9999.00, "magxoffset":-9999.00, "magyoffset":-9999.00, "magzoffset":...

Did you calibrate your magnetometer? It looks like you are getting NaN for compass. Try this: go to console. Type in "scani2c". When that is done, type in "calibratemagnetometer" then slowly rotate the device in all directions making a sphere in the air.

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Dhingra Lab

Feb 2019

I don't think I have calibrated the magnetometer. But I just tried and got error messages.

I tried to use those commands in the Console but just got {"error":"bad command"} each time.

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David M. Kramer

Mar 2019

Hi Dhingra Lab. Let's get you running a more modern protocol. Can you try to run Photosynthesis RIDES?

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Dhingra Lab

12 days ago

That works Dr. Kramer! The RIDES protocol works much better without error.

I will run many more measurements in the future and I will keep you updated if there's any other issues.

Thank you for all the help!