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Reporting Pressure Loss in Worksheets...incorrect values?!

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When using the irrigation tools and setting up a P.O.C. or any other piece of equipment, it is possible to query ALL of the PIO fields (i.e. required pressure, greatest zone flow, etc.). This is AWESOME!!

HOWEVER!!! I have noticed that pressure values (psi - pounds per square inch) when returned in a database header often do not reflect the correct value! Is this a units issue?

 See the attached image. RED highlighted values need to equal one another and so do the BLUE highlighted values. 

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We internally store the values in metric. So what you see in the worksheet is kPa (kilo-pascals).

However, it should translate the value when displaying in the worksheet. I wonder why it is not working. Can you send a simple file that demonstrates the problem?

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On 10/31/2016 at 8:45 AM, Vladislav Stanev said:

We internally store the values in metric. So what you see in the worksheet is kPa (kilo-pascals).

 

However, it should translate the value when displaying in the worksheet. I wonder why it is not working. Can you send a simple file that demonstrates the problem?

 

 

@Vladislav Stanev. I know it has been awhile since I originally asked this question, but I am still encountering it. My latest example is the Irrigation POC Schedule, pulled directly from the VWorks stock reports. It is reporting Output Pressure and Max Safe Flow in units I don't understand. We are looking for PSI and GPM respectively. Is this metric? Do I need to run a conversion factor?

 

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Hey Eric.

 

This has been fixed for SP1, but let me know if you run into any similar issues. It is indeed a metric conversion issue, but you shouldn't have to do anything. It should report the values in your chosen units (the same values you see in the OIP).

 

Thanks.

 

 

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Hi Eric, to add to Lance's response. This works via a new worksheet function 'WSCustomUnitsTranslate'

The worksheets have been updated to use that function os it reports the same value as the OIP.

See the worksheet in a new file.

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