I have a question, how to set the right value for the sky temperature for cloud detection.
Because I notice that now that the temperature becomes wintery the detection is not precise enough anymore.
Do I have to change each time at the change of season, or is it a ratio between the temperature, for example, the temperature of the cloudless sky and x degree less than the ambient temperature?
For tweaking the parameters I have an Excel so that I can import CSV data from a RRD export - see attachment. With some Excel knowledge it should be possible to understand how it works. For questions, send me a PN.
What do you think, will we order such a Sensor? I send out a request to an international company, so let’s wait until I get an answer.
Can you please advise how to install Weather radio, including the web pages? I could not find it in the readme’s. Thanks
So I've read the links you've put, but it's more for the setting of kstars, that's OK.
On the other hand, how to configure the code, to have a good value in the web page.
Because if the sensor marks sky temperature -7C° it tells me no clouds, whereas the right value would be more -23C°.
So I can adjust this value in the weather radio code.
That's a misunderstanding, it's not about KStars configuration.
What you need is an INDI client so that you can change the parameters of the INDI device - KStars has one, but if you have another one, fine. Parameter calibration is done through INDI configuration, there is no need to change the code.
TSA-120 + epsilon-160 + FSQ-85 + GSO 150/750 | Avalon Linear + M-zero | ASI 1600mm pro + 6200mm pro | KStars/INDI on Raspberry Pi 4/Intel NUC