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PM8000 Current High Measurement

Hi. If a board trips, at say 11:50:03, and the PM8000 loses power and is not able to log the Voltage High at the next interval (11:51am), when power is restored at 2pm, will the peak current that occurred at 11:50:03 be logged to the PME with a timestamp of 2pm?  See attached screenshot.

 

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Hello @swil ,

 

If you look at the ION reference document Maximum module section, under "Responses to special conditions":

 

When the module is started or powered-up (either the first time, or after a shut-down) -> The Maximum output register retains the value it held at shutdown.

 

This is to say that when the meter was powered back on, the maximum module retained the maxmimum value it had at shutdown. What I cannot say is if there was a new maximum between the time the meter powered on and the next interval recorded.

 

Charles

 

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Hi swil - I am assuming you are referring to an onboard log.  In this case, the record will be missing in PME.  PME has a data quality tool that let's you insert missing records.

 

Tom

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Re: PM8000 Current High Measurement

Hello @swil ,

 

If you look at the ION reference document Maximum module section, under "Responses to special conditions":

 

When the module is started or powered-up (either the first time, or after a shut-down) -> The Maximum output register retains the value it held at shutdown.

 

This is to say that when the meter was powered back on, the maximum module retained the maxmimum value it had at shutdown. What I cannot say is if there was a new maximum between the time the meter powered on and the next interval recorded.

 

Charles

 

L4 Prime for Advanced metering and Utilities
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Re: PM8000 Current High Measurement

Thank you, Charles.

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Thanks Charles !

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