rr_status?type=XXX additional info



  • Hi, i have recently been playing around with the JSON data from the duet wifi to make some active progress indicators on my enclosure through wifi and i was wondering how much of a task it would be to add the current tool temperature into the status request? i might just be being stupid so any help would be appreciated but i can easily grab the current bed temperature and target temperature but when it comes to the tool i can only find the target temperature readout

    Here is an example of a type 3 request from the wiki

    "temps": {
    	"bed": {			// Missing
    		"current": 20.0,	// if no
    		"active": -273.1,	// heated
    		"state": 0		// bed
    	},				// is present
    	"chamber": {			// Missing
    		"current": 19.7,	// if no
    		"active": 50.0,		// chamber was
    		"state": 2		// previously defined
    	},				// using M141 H#
    	"heads": {
    		"current": [25.0, 25.0],
    		"active": [0.0, 0.0],
    		"standby": [0.0, 0.0],
    		"state": [2, 1]		// 0: off, 1: standby, 2: active, 3: fault (same for bed)
    	},
    	"tools": {			// New in RRF 1.19. This reflects the set tool temperatures
    		"active": [[0.0], [0.0]],
    		"standby": [[0.0], [0.0]]
    	}
    

    cheers



  • type 1 contains them as list under .temps.current.
    Usually first and second entry are your bed and hotend.



  • ahhh, i see it now! it seems a bit of out place there no? i imagine it would be better suited amongst the other tool values? thank you for the help though



  • actually i take that back, i can see how it is formatted now, just my browser was making them look weird. my bad


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