Looks like that the zeners will clamp regardless what packs you install. I reinstalled the originals. The lcd reads accurately now but the reading on the dashboard higher. 9.23v = 46.14 on the dashboard / by 5 = 9.238. The voltage level reads correctly on the dashboard if I choose float, I can live with that. Maybe it would be best to just instal voltage dividers at the analog inputs that equal 0-60v = 0 -10v, what you think, simpler solution?
I would like to figure a way to use 1 meg packs but that will have to wait while I grow the sketch using your example to use all the analog inputs as voltage inputs. The digital inputs are a cinch because as I found that cayenne handles the gpio without code if you just need a 2 state reading like say “Solar Rpi online”. That should be easy just having a gpio go high whenever its up and running. Many have noticed that their gpio’s are going high on reboot and suspect it’s because they are inverting state for that actuator.
Have you figured out what you want to do with your plduino? I almost bought a pellet smoker the other day and thought another plduino set up in the outdoor storage with a cable running to the smoker or an outlet receptacle mounted on the outside wall.Hacking hardware is fun. I have an indoor wind chime using a wemos d1.