Hey @Stormchaser, just curious if there has been any push to create these sorts of SOH channels or data that can be either actively acquired via seedlink stream (similar to NMX)? I think this sort of information would be very helpful for users to monitor SOH of their devices as well assess data quality for various seismic studies. If there is a way to “vote” for features that users might like in the near future, I would vote for something along these lines.
On another note related to this, I think it would be really helpful if the URL pages for the RS devices had some indication next to the timing if it was using NTP or GPS at a glance. This would have been really helpful when initially installing the device to verify that the GPS was in a spot that was getting a lock or not. Maybe adding some sort of text to the side of the “System Time” entry after the “(UTC)”, have some appended “NTP” or “GPS”.
As is mentioned in the “mini-SEED Data Timing Quality Parameter” section of the manual, it seems like it would be an easy flag to set that if the timing quality (TQ) is > 90, then it’s gps locked, if its <= 90, then it is NTP locked, and then you could have the text turn red if TP <= 40 so users immediate see that the timing has degraded.
I know the coding for this would be much more involved than what I have here, but it would be a nice feature.