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  • #15497 Reply

    James Datesh

    Portion of the data log where “264” appears. What does that mean?

    UTC TIME SEC CH1 AMPS DC CH2 VOLT DC`

    1479995086 1.92E-05 7.33E-05
    1479995098 9.62E-06 1.83E-05
    1479995108 2.88E-05 -1.83E-05
    1479995118 9.62E-06 0.00E+00
    1479995135 1.44E-05 1.83E-05 264
    1479995136 9.62E-06 5.50E-05
    1479995155 9.62E-06 1.83E-05 264
    1479995156 2.88E-05 3.66E-05
    1479995168 -4.81E-06 0.00E+00
    1479995185 2.88E-05 1.83E-05 264
    1479995186 -6.50E-32 7.33E-05
    1479995205 1.44E-05 0.00E+00 264
    1479995206 -6.50E-32 5.50E-05
    1479995218 2.88E-05 1.83E-05
    1479995235 2.40E-05 7.33E-05 264
    1479995236 1.44E-05 1.83E-05
    1479995255 -6.50E-32 3.66E-05 264
    1479995256 9.62E-06 3.66E-05
    1479995275 4.81E-06 1.83E-05 264
    1479995276 4.81E-06 1.83E-05
    1479995295 -4.81E-06 1.83E-05 264
    1479995296 -6.50E-32 1.83E-05
    1479995308 -6.50E-32 1.83E-05
    1479995325 4.81E-06 0.00E+00 264
    1479995326 4.81E-06 3.66E-05
    1479995345 9.62E-06 -5.50E-05 264
    1479995346 4.81E-06 3.66E-05
    1479995365 -6.50E-32 5.50E-05 264
    1479995366 -6.50E-32 3.66E-05
    1479995385 4.81E-06 3.66E-05 264
    1479995386 1.44E-05 0.00E+00
    1479995405 -6.50E-32 0.00E+00 264
    1479995406 4.81E-06 3.66E-05
    1479995425 1.92E-05 -1.83E-05 264
    1479995426 2.40E-05 5.50E-05
    1479995445 1.92E-05 1.83E-05 264
    1479995446 1.44E-05 3.66E-05
    1479995465 -1.92E-05 3.66E-05 264
    1479995466 1.92E-05 3.66E-05
    1479995485 2.88E-05 0.00E+00 264
    1479995486 4.81E-06 3.66E-05
    1479995505 4.81E-06 5.50E-05 264
    1479995506 9.62E-06 1.83E-05
    1479995525 1.44E-05 0.00E+00 264
    1479995526 9.62E-06 0.00E+00
    1479995545 9.62E-06 1.83E-05 264
    1479995546 9.62E-06 5.50E-05
    1479995565 -6.50E-32 5.50E-05 264
    1479995566 9.62E-06 5.50E-05
    1479995585 9.62E-06 5.50E-05 264
    1479995586 -6.50E-32 1.83E-05
    1479995605 -4.81E-06 1.83E-05 264
    1479995606 4.81E-06 3.66E-05
    1479995618 1.92E-05 0.00E+00
    1479995635 9.62E-06 5.50E-05 264
    1479995636 -4.81E-06 -1.83E-05
    1479995655 1.92E-05 1.83E-05 264
    1479995656 -6.50E-32 -1.83E-05
    1479995675 1.92E-05 3.66E-05 264
    1479995676 9.62E-06 3.66E-05
    1479995695 1.44E-05 1.83E-05 264
    1479995696 1.44E-05 1.83E-05
    1479995715 1.44E-05 1.83E-05 264
    1479995716 2.40E-05 -1.83E-05
    1479995735 4.81E-06 5.50E-05 264
    1479995736 2.40E-05 0.00E+00
    1479995755 1.44E-05 0.00E+00 264
    1479995756 4.81E-06 3.66E-05
    1479995775 1.92E-05 -1.83E-05 264
    1479995776 1.44E-05 1.83E-05
    1479995795 1.44E-05 1.83E-05 264
    1479995796 1.44E-05 1.83E-05

  • #15500 Reply

    James
    Keymaster

    Hi James,

    When the Mooshimeter encounters an error while logging and recovers, it appends a code to the next line in the CSV file so we can figure out what the error was. However to determine exactly what the error is I need to know what version of firmware you’re running. The build number of the firmware is displayed in the scanning screen. If you let me know what the build number is I can give you more specific information about the error :)

    ~James

  • #15535 Reply

    James Datesh

    This is the “264” question.

    FW 1477971088

    I have two Mooshimeters. Both were installed on the same piece of equipment at the same time, at different locations. The other one (not this one) had the overheating battery issue arise during the project. Interesting data came from the two.

  • #15537 Reply

    James Datesh

    Focusing on the DC volts, and without regard to sign (+ or -), it is apparent that the measurements were at the lowest end of detection

    0.00E+00 0
    1.83E-05 1
    3.66E-05 2
    5.50E-05 3

    The question is this: was the meter actually measuring something? (Did the probes come disconnected?) We do know there were long periods of zero activity in this system so this may have been during one of those “zero” periods.

    That gives some background that might help.

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