Decoding WaspMote Smart Agri

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phlindop
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Decoding WaspMote Smart Agri

Post by phlindop » Sat Jul 06, 2019 3:47 pm

Can you help with decoding please?

These are examples of the hex bytes uplinked from the Libelium and reported on the TTN web console as application payload.

F33334609E000000009F00000000A0469456409CCDCC4C3F9D0CA6427BE7449900007AC44AEC5148414C00D2C7424D6EC5C347

F23334609E000000009F00000000A0469456409C000000009D00A6427BE7449900007AC44AE17A48414C80D6C6424D3EC3C347

F13334609E000000009F00000000A0469456409C000000009D00A6427BE7449900007AC44A713D4A414C00E0C3424D04C7C347

F03334609E000000009F00000000A0469456409C000000009D00A6427BE7449900007AC44A8FC249414C0016C5424DE1C4C347

Note:

These do not appear to resemble anything in document "Waspmote Data Frame Programming Guide".
The hex string 3C3D3E for "<=>" for start of frame does not appear anywhere.
The hex character 23 for "#" for field delimiter does not appear in most frames.

libelium-dev
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Re: Decoding WaspMote Smart Agri

Post by libelium-dev » Mon Jul 08, 2019 8:14 am

Hi,

It is a tiny frame. You can find more information in the data frame guide, page 11
http://www.libelium.com/downloads/docum ... df#page=11

This is an example of decoding your frames

F0
33
34 = 52 decimal - battery sensor field
60 - 96% battery level
9E = 158 - pluviometer 1
00000000 - 0 mm
9F = 159 - pluviometer 2
00000000 - 0 mm/h
A0 = 160 - pluviometer 3
46945640 - 3.3527998924 mm/day
9C = 156 - anemometer
00000000 - 0
9D00A6427BE7449900007AC44A8FC249414C0016C5424DE1C4C347

Regards

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