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    • #10540 Reply
      Anonymous
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      Hi,

      I think it would be interesting to know if the Mooshimeter has real-time clock (RTC).
      If so, log records could be related to the RTC, which would have a very interesting information when events happen measured and stored in the log record. Instead of log records are displayed in seconds, without information on the actual date and time.

      Borja

    • #10541 Reply
      Anonymous
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      see:
      http://spreadsheetpage.com/index.php/tip/converting_unix_timestamps/

      Moosimeter time stamps are UTC seconds since Jan 1, 1970. Microsoft Excel will convert directly to UTC MM/DD/YY if you set the column format to “date” (you’ll need to add a correction to get your local time zone), or for other spreadsheets (Open Office) you can use the conversion formula from that web site:

      for Open Office:
      =(((<timestamp>/60)/60)/24)+DATE(1970;1;1)

      aloha.

      PS- clearly Mooshimeter does have an RTC..

    • #10548 Reply
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      Hi Joel,

      Thank you for your answer.
      I did not know this information from Mooshimeter.
      Fantastic!!

      Regards

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