- jets613MemberJune 25, 2008 at 7:44 pmPost count: 3
The calculated times for sunset/sunrise are 4 hours later than they actually are. I checked the longitude/latitude coordinates for my zip code and they are correct. Any ideas?grif091MemberJune 25, 2008 at 8:40 pmPost count: 1001
Try setting Time Zone: to something different, and then back to correct location, clicking SET TIMEZONE each time. Did you recently upgrade to a new firmware level? I had a situation where my timers did not fire at Sunset when I upgraded my firmware. Changed Time Zone and back to correct value and timers did fire. I did not actually display the Sunrise/Sunset values before changing the time zone so I can’t say for sure they were wrong but the Time Zone displayed was correct. Timers have been working fine ever since.usadventureMemberJune 26, 2008 at 5:11 pmPost count: 11
I have also found that restarting the EZ Serve screws up the time zones. After restart, my EZ Serve defaults to Easter time while I am in the Mountain time zone.paulnMemberJune 26, 2008 at 7:15 pmPost count: 408
Yeah – we thought we had fixed this. We are going to resolve this bug into the next release.
-Sorrynewmans_99MemberJuly 11, 2008 at 6:21 pmPost count: 131
We are going to resolve this bug into the next release.
Any status on this release or a workaround/patch. I just received my EZSrve and I have everything setup and working but I really need this patch as my timers won’t work unless both the Time and Relative Time (Sunrise/set) are correct.
StevepaulnMemberJuly 11, 2008 at 6:30 pmPost count: 408
It should just be a startup issue. Change your timezone setting, apply,and then set to the correct time zone. It should apply and you should have the correct sunrise / sunset times.newmans_99MemberJuly 11, 2008 at 6:42 pmPost count: 131
It should apply and you should have the correct sunrise / sunset times.
That did work. I tried that before and it didn’t appear to have worked. It looks good now. Thanks SO MUCH!!!!
This is a much better solution that using what I had before. Thanks Paul for all of the help, your posts throughout the forum are invaluable.
SteveandrewcMemberJuly 21, 2008 at 4:20 amPost count: 12
Is there a way to do this when you’re using Manual Time (instead of a timezone)? I’m running that way due to the DST checkbox issue, and I’d rather not have sunrise be at 14:19 🙂andrewcMemberJuly 21, 2008 at 4:31 amPost count: 12
Err… if I actually enter my longitude in the longitude box and my latitude in the latitude box (rather than vice versa) it works better. 😳 but still has sunset at 13:01, wihch is a little off.paulnMemberJuly 24, 2008 at 1:41 amPost count: 408
1.54 will fix your problem.
I am sorry for the delay in this
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