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Tyler Duncan
@yduncan
@tomasboudr Could you tell me if this was with a Pi or an Edison?
Guim Kwon
@guimkwon
@garetis Is your pi Hat rig working now? Mine still does not loop. What are the key things that I can try? Please let me know.
Dave Acklam
@dcacklam
Anyone have any input on the Edison self-rebooting constantly even with watchdog turned off?
I have about 6 edisons, and ~3 explorer boards. Also 2 'Intel brand' Edison dev boards....
After a few years of using OpenAPS heavily, I cannot get any of the edison/explorer rigs to stay booted up reliably while using an explorer board. Results are better with the Intel provided dev boards but that does no good for OpenAPS purposes.
I'm wondering if anyone has noticed issues with the Explorers power components 'wearing out' or anything similar that would cause reboot-looping?
I also have a Pi4-based 'desktop' rig that does not exhibit this behavior, so I doubt it's the OpenAPS software itself
Dave Acklam
@dcacklam
@tomasboudr The various 'Big' Raspberri Pi devices tend to work better as permanent rigs, at least in my experience. This especially holds true for the RP4 which has EMMC & thus doesn't chew through SDcards like a hungry dog through bones....
@tomasboudr
Then again, I am having a hell of a time with my edison rig right now....
Tyler Duncan
@yduncan
Me too.
Foxy7
@Foxy7
@tomasboudr that error is the python issue from last summer, Dev is the best way to install. For further details:
openaps/oref0#1377
Dirceu Semighini Filho
@dirceusemighini
Hello guys, I joined here from the openaps docs and I'm not sure if here is the best place do discuss my doubts. I've one doubt about the algorithm, and another one about the configs.
About the configs I'm in doubt on how to define max_daily_safety_multiplier, as my max basal rate /h is 0.9, multipying it by 3 I got 2.7. With that I'll never receive a basal increase with that iob. The problem is that if I miss anything in my meals, it doesn't apply a basal increase and the bg go to hi. I'm not sure if this is common to other people, or if this is somesafety thing that can be adjusted
usually I got 5 to 7 ui per meal, this config make me think that my rates may be too wrong.
Foxy7
@Foxy7

@dirceusemighini those are just the initial recommendations, with the basic idea that if you get three hours of basal delivered the rig will then zero temp for the next two hours to help avoid you going low afterwards, so 3x basal is a very good place to start.

But actually this doesn't happen in practive, it's unlikely the basal is used to deal with meal insulin on it's own as the insulin is too slow to kick in this way, you will still need to bolus for meals (and potentially pre-bolus depending on insulin). After which the basal will increase/decrease in the back ground to keep you in range, it's especailly good overnight when there are no carbs active.

Dirceu Semighini Filho
@dirceusemighini
Thank you very much for this explanation @Foxy7, in practice I've seen how good it's at nigh as I can sleep now ;)
Dirceu Semighini Filho
@dirceusemighini
I don't follow when you say it's unlikely that basal is used to deal. I'm not sure if I'm too bad at treatments, but for me it's common (at least one or two days in a week) that I completely misscalculate the meal carbs, and when that happen (I'm in humalog now) my bg remains stable for a period, but after 1 hour, it start to go hi, and when that happens it's very hard to make it go back in range I usually have to do a lot of bolus. Loop is helping me, but it seems that in those cases it take sometime to start acting, this is probably related to this configs.
garetis
@garetis
@guimkwon Yeah, once I converted to my RPi3 most of my issues abated. I looked through your postings and it isn't really clear to me what problems you're having. Last time I recall your loop was running but wasn't connecting to your pump
Foxy7
@Foxy7
@dirceusemighini glad you're sleeping! Are you using Loop or OpenAPS? either way i suggest you read the following, there's multiple ways to set up a pump that appear to work when open loop pumping, but can be very different once you are looping.
https://seemycgm.com/2017/10/29/fine-tuning-settings/
Dirceu Semighini Filho
@dirceusemighini
Thank you @Foxy7, and thanks to everybody that has worked or tested this project. I'm using AAPS, but it's not fair to say that I'm using it because I do need to adapt it to my pump, so it's a kind of custom AAPS.
Dirceu Semighini Filho
@dirceusemighini
Are you the author or this post @Foxy7 I just wondering if I can translate it to Portuguese, keeping the reference to it?
chrisdex
@chrisdex
Hey everyone... related question. I fell into the water with a Medtronic 720 pump. I can see a little bit of water around the black motor and when i want to rewind, it gives me a motor error. Has this happened to anyone ? Any advise other than letting it dry
Dirceu Semighini Filho
@dirceusemighini
I've had a motor error last week, and according to their call center, this was common on doing bolus. To check if everything is ok, they said to me to do the process as I was replacing the reservoir, if everything was ok, no problem, otherwise there may be a problem.
If I were you, I would take out the battery, wait it to dry, and try aggain to see what happen. Also it's always good to check if under the motor, at the external part of the pump, if there is a valey when you pass your finger into it, if not there may be a problem too.
chrisdex
@chrisdex
@dirceusemighini Thanks very much ! Your motor error was on a recent model.. i.e. the g670 or an old, out of warrantly pump ?
thats exactly my plan... just need to get some Long acting to cover the basal in the meantime.
Dirceu Semighini Filho
@dirceusemighini
I've a VEO (754) here @chrisdex
According to them, I may have pressed some button while a bolus was happening, as far as I remember this has happened two times since I've started using it, 3 or 4 years ago (I don't remember exactly when)
Foxy7
@Foxy7
@dirceusemighini no i'm not the author, their details can be found on each of those websites to contact them.
chrisdex
@chrisdex
Hello all ! Does anyone still have an extra and OpenAPS compatible Medtronic pump ? I'm afraid mine will not come back to life... i can see small amounts of water in it and resting it in rice is not enough to dry it out.
ive searched Ebay and Craigslist ... but no joy there.
jaybaron1
@jaybaron1
Hey Chris, sorry to hear... there may be some floating around on OfferUp... thats where I found mine! Ask them to share with you the firmware and video of it working.
Foxy7
@Foxy7
Dirceu Semighini Filho
@dirceusemighini

@dirceusemighini glad you're sleeping! Are you using Loop or OpenAPS? either way i suggest you read the following, there's multiple ways to set up a pump that appear to work when open loop pumping, but can be very different once you are looping.
https://seemycgm.com/2017/10/29/fine-tuning-settings/

I finally read it all and there is something that I found interesting. I always thought that when I would change my basal I should apply ma ISF, for example, if my BG was rasing 40mg/dl/h I would increase my basal by 40/ISF/h, but that never worked for me, in fact if I change my basal by ~7% (0.05/h) , it drop it all. Maybe my factors are all wrong, but I found it was aggressive to change if from 0.8 to 1.4.

Abigail Cember
@acember
@chrisdex PM me about pumps? I might be able to find a new one for you, or might actually be able to help you be able to fix the water issue -- have succeeded before.
Dirceu Semighini Filho
@dirceusemighini
Hi @acember have you published this experience somewhere, a blog, a video, a podcast, etc? I'm very curious about what you have done already.
Foxy7
@Foxy7
anyone else having issues with openhumans?
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seems to be a repeated isssue for me.
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
I haven’t heard of any issues (but doesn’t mean there aren’t any). What happens if you try like a day of data instead of a bigger pull, do you get the same issue @Foxy7 ?
Foxy7
@Foxy7
@danamlewis yes its the same even just for one day it didn't work at all for me.
Dana Lewis
@danamlewis
@Foxy7 k. Are you using the automated transfer or the original transfer tool?
garetis
@garetis
I'm trying to get my rig set up for offline looping. I'm using RPi3+G6+Medtronic for now. I assumed the easiest option would be to plug a G6 receiver into the RPi via USB micro-to-A. I used the G6 command when configuring the setup for offline. Could someone point me to some of the old bash commands for pulling the data manually, or troubleshooting guides that I could use to try to get it sorted out? Or is this not recommended and I should be looking to Logger/Lookout instead?
jaybaron1
@jaybaron1
If you use lookout/logger I would run cgm-start -t 8M2NHT -c 9211. When youre ready to stop -- cgm-stop
Replace codes as needed
Why plug in a receiver?
I used RPi0
Not sure how different they are
Foxy7
@Foxy7
@danamlewis yes I'm using the automated tool.
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