Today I reviewed cockpit and learned that sensors which have not reported for a while get dropped from qctables, so now we have an expanded list of problem sensors. Isabel went through all of them and diagnosed whether they were reporting or not, and cycled power on each of them, which fixed just one: the LICOR on v04.
After coming back for several hours yesterday, this sonic has been logging only bad samples. It looks like the best option is to replace it.
RMYoung on port 3 is not reporting. Also dropped from QC table. It's last sample was May 24 22:50 UTC.
Per Steve's comment below, this and the rsw01 missing data are because these are the ARL LICORs which have not been installed yet.
LiCOR on port 5, power cycled, still no data. There have been no samples from it for all of May, and none when it started recording in March. As it turned out, this is one of the LiCORs yet to be installed.
It was down for a while. Isabel cycled power on it, working now.
The 60m.tse04 TRH was dropped from QC table, so at first I thought it had recovered. It is still not responding, so it needs to be replaced.
Cycled power, still no data, replace.
Cycled power, still no data, will have to ask INEGI to replace it.
No changes. tse05 still going down in the early morning, just need to visit and adjust the solar panel.
Vheat missing from 5/29 11:45 to 14:47. It looks like it exceeded the max limit of 1.3 for it's 3-hourly sample updated at 11:45. Is anything about 1.3 really invalid? Or does the max in the configuration need to be increased for Vheat?
Voltage mote is dead, not responding even after a power cycle. We can replace it.
I modified the perdigao.cdl so it contains all the variables expected in the 5-minute statistics output, in the hopes qctables would show missing values for sensors which are no longer reporting. However, that doesn't quite work yet, and I just realized it will interfere with the high-rate CDL, so more work is needed on that idea...
I configured the eddy audio output for HDMI for the teleconference today, details in another blog.