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David
@davidkeddydb
@cjo20 When using ama does your set ISF on your pump ever matter, or does it only matter when you are off-line? (I don't think Scott sleeps)
Chris Oattes
@cjo20
yes, it matters. AMA adjusts the ISF you set
David
@davidkeddydb
So are most taking the cues that AMA is giving and adjusting ISF based on that?
Chris Oattes
@cjo20
AMA adjusts what you have set to try and account for changes in sensitivity
David
@davidkeddydb
@cjo20 I have always managed pretty hands-on so letting Openaps do the work is still a little bit of a challenge
Chris Oattes
@cjo20
I watched it like a hawk for the first few weeks
David
@davidkeddydb
My edison rig flakes out ever so often with communication with the pump/TI stick more so than the RPI so my mobility with it hasn't been 100%. Looking forward to new explorer board.
Matt Pressnall
@logichammer
Nice, @danamlewis , I like who you are sending the messages to... :)
albertotrg
@albertotrg
Still looking for an old Medtronic pump for openAPS... no luck on Medwow (Western Europe) neither on my community (Spain).
Any idea about where to try? Thanks
Hardwick1973
@Hardwick1973
@albertotrg I secured a pump in the UK using http://www.medwow.com/ - people proved to be a little unresponsive but I got there in the end. I wouldn't pay much attention to the prices; most people were open to an offer. It did take me about 4 weeks though! Best of luck
AdrianLxM
@AdrianLxM

Hi, @ceben80 and @C-Ville asked for a line in cron to power down the edison at a certain battery level. I'm not familiar with the edison loop, but this should do:

awk '/batteryVoltage/{if($2<=3200)system("sudo shutdown -h now")}' ~/myopenaps/monitor/edison-battery.json

or more in line with other commands:

cat ~/myopenaps/monitor/edison-battery.json | grep batteryVoltage | awk '{if ($2<=3200)system("sudo shutdown -h now")}'
Matthias
@ceben80
@AdrianLxM works perfect :tada: - thanks Adrian, awesome :clap:
I am inserting this into my cron
but will define 3200 as shutdown level regarding to this in voltage.c
#define BAT_FULL        4180
#define BAT_NORMAL      3680
#define BAT_LOW         3400
#define BAT_CRIT        3250
#define BAT_DEAD        2950
* * * * * awk '/batteryVoltage/ {if ($2<=3200)system("sudo shutdown -h now")}' ~/myopenaps/monitor/edison-battery.json
Chris Oattes
@cjo20
You're fine with that, as long as the edison-battery.json updates again before that cron job runs
I'd force edison-battery.json to be refreshed immediately before running the shutdown
Paul Martin
@Spazholio
@danamlewis Remember last night how we were talking about entering the full number of carbs into the BW, but then adjusting the amount of insulin given downward, and AMA would pick up the slack? What if I wanted to put all of the carbs into NS somehow, but give ZERO insulin? I'm about to eat a protein-heavy meal, and instead of my usual temp target trick, I was wondering if there's a way to give no insulin in advance, but stil put my rig "on alert" that I may have carb absorption happening in the near future?
Hardwick1973
@Hardwick1973
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I am looking for some help tuning my rig following several successful nights of PLGM looping. I have increased maxIOB to 1.2, set the target range on my Medtronic 522 pump to 140-150 and max basal to 1.0. The chart shows the algorithm trying to compensate for a high BG but it never quite did enough to get down to the target range. I'm monitoring things closely so happy to increase these levels but the chart suggests that the algorithm is operating within limits set and yet not driving levels down below 180s
Matthias
@ceben80
@cjo20 that's a good idea :+1: thx
* * * * * cd /home/edison/myopenaps && openaps report invoke monitor/edison-battery.json && awk '/batteryVoltage/ {if ($2<=3200)system("sudo shutdown -h now")}' ~/myopenaps/monitor/edison-battery.json
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
@Spazholio the two ways to alert oref0 to upcoming meals are with eating soon mode and/or then (pre-)entering carbs.
If you do those, then yes, it will be more aggressive and respond to any positive deviation accordingly.
Paul Martin
@Spazholio
By "pre-entering carbs" do you mean doing a "Carb Correction" Event Type? If not, how does one do that?
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
Probably. "Enter carbs into NS" somehow. We don't differentiate based on event type. If it makes the little carb indicator on NS, and you're configured to download ns-meal-carbs in your loop, then it'll pull them in.
Paul Martin
@Spazholio
Ok, cool. And the latest setup script takes advantage of ns-meal-carbs? I can't check right now, but I JUST re-set up the loop with all the bells and whistles activated.
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
@cjo20 @davidkeddydb as you suspected, your speculation about autosens does require some correction. ofef0 does adjust your basals based on the autosens ratio. In fact, that is probably the most important thing it does most of the time (except right after a meal). The way we also adjust the target based on autosens ratio is an additional adjustment to make sure you actually get close to your real target when running sensitive or resistant.
@Spazholio yeah, it is part of oref0-setup.
One thing that autosens target adjustment compensates for is that the autosens basal adjustments are only used for setting temps, not for calculating IOB. That would be hard due to feedback loops, so instead we calculate IOB based on the regularly scheduled basals, and make an additional adjustment to the target. Also, you can disable that if you want, either by setting a manual temp target, or in preferences.json.
albertotrg
@albertotrg
@Hardwick1973 thanks for the suggestion! I'll keep trying on http://www.medwow.com/ but for the moment no one even responded me
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
@albertotrg many people in the US use Craigslist; not sure if it works in Europe. But also perhaps posting an “ask” in local community groups might help?
albertotrg
@albertotrg
Thanks @danamlewis. Craiglist is not used here. I asked in my local community but nobody keeps old pumps...we got pumps from our National Health System which upgrades them eventually (collecting the old ones). I'll keep trying on Medwow!
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
:+1: or ask on Facebook, someone may be willing to ship you one :) from elsewhere
Paul Martin
@Spazholio
You could try over in https://www.reddit.com/r/diabetes as well. I got one from there previously.
David
@davidkeddydb
@scottleibrand So if the ISF from autosens is always much higher or lower then the set pump ISF, does it make sense to go and adjust ISF on the pump itself, or not bother? I am still tweaking to get my settings right. I am close but I bottom out from time to time post prandial as my timing with pre-bolus and eating soon is still a work in progress...but I am no longer going to 230 mg/dl which is good.
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
@davidkeddydb don't automatically adjust just ISF. think about whether you're running high/low after meals or when fasting. Having mistuned basals will actually affect autosens more than ISF, so adjust basals first, or adjust them proportionally together the same way autosens does.
David
@davidkeddydb
:+1:
Eric
@ecc1
The dev branch of https://github.com/ecc1/decocare has a fix for the 6.4+ U/hr temp basal issue. PR pending for openaps/decocare.
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
fantastic! thanks @ecc1
Matthias
@ceben80
Yeah that's great @ecc1 what exactly needs to be done for updating :question:
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
see the PR: looks like this is a partial fix that's not yet safe to loop with (if your max basal is > 6.4U/hr)
you can of course test it while @ecc1 works on adding the decoding fix as well
you'd need to checkout his branch and install it, as we do for the dev branch here: https://github.com/openaps/docs/blob/master/scripts/quick-src.sh#L11-L15
Sandra Keßler
@SandraK82
@ecc1 @scottleibrand i was confused as the decoding was strange.. had only a few looks last week and was not able to resolve the error
Eric
@ecc1
Just committed the decoding fix too
Sorry for overlooking the decoding at first
I was lulled into complacency by the fact that the read_temp_basal command worked ...
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
thx. @SandraK82 it should be ready for you to test now
Sandra Keßler
@SandraK82
Ah nice one, that's was my error... @ecc1 did not consider that it was highest bit only...
Matthias
@ceben80
Thanks @scottleibrand
Scott Leibrand
@scottleibrand
openaps/decocare#12 is the link to the PR to comment on after you've tested the fix