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Historical Data file and data format



I just wanted to read the power data from my lawn mower and exported the data as so called csv.

This is how the content looks like:


First of all, this so called CSV data can not be imported in excel directly, it must be pre-processed first to lead to a reasonable result.

my main question is about the timestamp. what format is this?

1523595578 how to translate this into a date and time?

anyone having a clue?


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Time, that Fibaro uses in timestamp is Linux time. Number of seconds from 1. 1. 1970.


Conversion in Excel:

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  • ok, I already thougt so, just wanted to be sure beacause I have not found anything about this in the manual or 'overread' it.


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    I find this to work better for me


    and then depending on settings replace the comma for semi-colon



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