I have read the Skippers Mate documentation and readme files.
I edited and changed the second voltage sketch, as you describe.
This is present output of my two voltage sensors
root@skipBCU:~# picocom -l /dev/rfcomm1
Thanks for using picocom
root@skipBCU:~# picocom -l /dev/rfcomm3
On my boat I have three batteries. Two of them can be occasionally combined into a battery with a 1/2/1 + 2 switch, and the third one is a separate engine battery. Each battery is charged separately.
penny wrote:Jerzy - not sure what you mean here. Do you mean, from the Boat menus - System / Apply Updates ? If so, there are details in the Skipper's Mate Manual - Section 7 Chapter 21. However I don't think there are any updates since you took the ISO but if you let me know what version your ISO is I will check.
I'm sorry, but I did not understand you earlier. How do you mean "use the boat update option"
penny wrote:Jerzy - we have found the answer to the issue of the graph not displaying. This looks as though when you updated the local (boat) ranges you were not online and so the duplicate entries needed for the graph which are stored centrally did not get updated. We've done this by hand but it could also be done by using the boat update option again.
I use the newest version of ISO.