All - Sorry if this has been discussed before… Just moved a Brewblox Spark 3, RPi 4 to a new home. Because of the new WiFi network, we reconfigures the entire set-up including the RPi with a 32 gig chip and the “headless” operating system.
I have done this successfully at least 6 times in the last month while screwing around with two new Spark 3 systems. Unfortunately, this time, after running the “Fermentation Wizard” the graph area says, “No Data Received” (or something like that). I opened the graph widget(?) and saw that the proper fields that I wanted to see were selected. Other than that, the controller seems fully functional.
Again, thanks for the response. Sorry to complain about the “IT speak”. This current version is head and shoulders easier for us non-IT folks to deal with than either of the previous versions. The user interface is impressive and fairly intuitive to use.
It’s a fair comment and a known issue, don’t worry. It is just really difficult to make it very configurable and flexible and to make it simple to use at the same time.
It would be much easier to make a user friendly product with just an temperature up and temperature down button. But we keep adding features and freedom for the end users. It’s very hard to balance and we have definitely focused more on the technology so far.
Feedback on the complexity, things that are unclear, ideas for simplification, alternative terminology, all are very welcome!
OK… Accessing via a different browser gave the same issue. Also tried the HTTP: prefix before the IP address and that did not provide a graph either.
I’m thinking we should reload the Brewblox software as I could easily have missed a step or answered one of the questions incorrectly. We did the Brewblox software load outside and it was very difficult for an old guy to see the SSH screen in the outside lighting. We will post the BREWBLOX DUMP Log URL tonight however.
In the mean time, here’s what we have going on at the “home” brewery: