- February 15, 2015 at 9:54 am #2294BillGuest
Three problems: Logging on Android, loading the Android app, and
The logging / graphing doesn’t seem to work on the Android app.
This is a major (almost disabling) flaw; my other meters all update
much faster and without logging, there’s very few situations where
a medium-quality logging DVM (I have two Flukes that do this) instead
of the Mooshimeter.
Is there a newer app than the sideloaded one which is listed only on
the card that came wiht the meter and is NOT googleable? Can you (finally?) put the Mooshimeter app up in the Google App Store so I can install it wherever I need it?
Finally, the update rate seems to be only about 1 Hz. That seems
- February 16, 2015 at 5:16 pm #2310
You’ve hit a couple of issues that are under active development. The logging is the last major feature that hasn’t been implemented yet. Sorry about that, please watch the blog for new releases (including a release to the Google Play Store).
The only concern you’ve raised that seems out of the ordinary is the update rate – you should be seeing the meter update substantially faster than 1Hz. Can you send a screenshot of the main text page to make sure your settings are correct? If everything is set to auto you should be seeing updates at almost 4Hz.
- April 5, 2016 at 9:12 am #9214AnonymousGuest
Hi! I just received my Mooshimeter and downloaded the Android App from Google Play. I don’t see any kind of graphing capability in the app. I see “logging”, but that doesn’t lead me to the kind of graphs advertised on your website and in videos. Am I missing something? Thanks!
- April 6, 2016 at 11:28 am #9253
In the current version of the Android app, you enter graphing mode by turning the phone sideways from the main metering screen (the one that displays numerical readings). Make sure screen rotation is enabled in your Android settings (pull down the top menu and there will be a setting). In the next version there will be an explicit button to transition to graph mode, as some users who use the Mooshimeter on-the-go have problems with accidental transitions.
Hope this helps, best
- April 8, 2016 at 1:28 pm #9292AnonymousGuest
Hello, just received my meter
On the android app it seems i can only graph about 2 minutes worth of data before it starts to overwrite the old data and even less if the sample rate is increased. Is this normal or am i missing something?
- April 10, 2016 at 8:36 pm #9342
This is normal, the version of the app you are working with keeps a maximum number of points on screen at a time (otherwise refreshing the screen gets too slow). I just released a new version of the app that allows you to increase the number of points on screen and/or scroll backwards through the data. It’s in beta, but if you’re interested you can get it here:
- April 12, 2016 at 7:25 pm #9390AnonymousGuest
Really liking going back in time to view the whole graph. Would love to see some cursors on the graph in the future and the ability to view many hours data without having to muck around in excel so you can characterize batteries that sort of thing with minimal fuss. Keep up the good work!
- April 12, 2016 at 9:22 pm #9392
Very happy you like it, please let me know any more feedback!
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