Download Data

One serial number per line, e.g. egg0080...

eggXXXXX=myalias will generate a csv file named myalias_eggXXXXX.csv

Enter the local start time of the data to download.
Enter the local end time of the data to download.
Duration can be used with a bounding date.
Enter a name for the generated zip file, or we'll make one up for you randomly
Enter an email address or a web URL, where we will send a link to the result zip when it's ready
Checking the box gets instantaneous readings where possible (currently only for 'raw' values)
Checking the box gets raw readings where possible (e.g. 'converted' rather than 'compensated' values). The Instantaneous checkbox takes precedence over the Uncompensated checkbox.
Your file will be generated and then you will be presented with a link to download a zip (please be patient)
  • Please limit your requests to a maximum of 168 hours (1 week) worth of data at a time
  • We are pretty sure there is a bug related to long duration requests where OpenSensors API cuts off prematurely, and w'ere working with them to get to the bottom of it
  • Note: The behavior of duration is as follows.
    • If you pick only a start date and duration, the duration runs from that point forward.
    • If you pick only an end date and duration, the duration runs from that point backward.
    • If you only give a duration, with neither a start date nor an end date, the end date is implied to be now.
    • If you provide only a start date, the end date is implied to be now.
  • Note: The timestamps in downloaded files have thie following format:
    • MM/DD/YYYY HH:mm:ss
    • Time is adjusted to the local timezone of your computer
    • Hours are in 24-hour format, all fields are zero-padded
  • Source code for this web application can be found here
  • Application last updated on Tuesday 11/15/2016