•   over 6 years ago

Interval reading cost

I am getting Interval reading for one hour

14664

3600
1378346400

1410

cost is 14664. It suppose to be dollars. Seems a little high. CAn you clarify?

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  •   •   over 6 years ago

    The data provided by the Test Lab is simulated data so it will not necessarily reflect real values. I will investigate this rather large value, however. As for "cost" it is in hundred-thousandths of the currency specified in the ReadingType
    for this reading (e.g., 124 = CAD).

  •   •   over 6 years ago

    I think it was a typo. I get 14664. I am wondering if it is $146.64 or what?

  •   •   over 6 years ago

    so to get dollar I need to divide by 100000 ?

  •   •   over 6 years ago

    Yes, you should divide the cost value by 100,000 to get the actual CAD amount i.e. in the example above, 14664 / 100000 would represent $0.14664.

    Might you also be able to indicate for which customer and which 1-hour interval the consumption value was provided?

  •   •   over 6 years ago

    I tested with Alisa and Brett. In September 2013 they both have no data September 2. Then Alisa has some more data Sep 23,24,25 but Brett doesn't.

  •   •   over 6 years ago

    Thanks. I was wondering if you could specify the customer and interval for which the above, seemingly large, one hour intarval consumption value was provided.

  •   •   over 6 years ago

    There is no problem with large values. That was caused by pasting xml into the field.
    I still have the problem with missing data in September but it is logged in another discussion
    http://energyappsontario.challengepost.com/forum_topics/2576

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