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Is there a 'tool' that determines how many days of onboard logging could be achieved?

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Is there a 'tool' that determines how many days of onboard logging could be achieved?

Is there a 'tool' that determines how many days of onboard logging could be achieved, based on parameters defining the logs you wish to set up on the device? 

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Daniel_Brandao
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Re: Is there a 'tool' that determines how many days of onboard logging could be achieved?

We have this spreadsheet for PM556x: https://schneider-electric.box.com/s/olhslwkgiwy21i8kr6mz

On the basic range this is really the only meter that has configurable logging capability.

dborle
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Re: Is there a 'tool' that determines how many days of onboard logging could be achieved?

Hi Dan,

How's the going over there?

I made a spreadsheet for the PM800, but it is not validated. Be aware, that in PM800 you are not only limited by the memory. You have also a limitation by the number of entries (max. 5000). You can find the spreadsheet (without guarantee) in the attachment.
Best Regards

Daniel

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