@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.
@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.
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.
G6command 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?
@garetis The Pi0 does not have the processing power to work with the HAT reliably. It tends to have issues with timeouts.
I had one working well enough with a plain radio board ('Slice of Radio' device), but trying to make it work with the hat resulted in something rather unstable...
IMHO the best Pi for a rig - if we had a radio/LCD-board designed for it - would be the CM4 or CM3