SPECTRAN NF 5035 "Logger function": How many records?

Aaronia Spectrum Analyzer (SPECTRAN NF, SPECTRAN HF, SPECTRAN XFR, SPECTRAN X, SEPCTRAN 19", Spectran V5)

SPECTRAN NF 5035 "Logger function": How many records?

Postby tonizg » Wednesday 9. November 2016, 20:08

Dear Sirs,

My question:
Q1: SPECTRAN NF 5035 "Logger function": How many records could be recorded with default "internal 64K memory" and how many with additional "1MB memory expansion (Option 001)"?


=> additional info/explanation of Q1: What is maximum for "Count" for devices with default "internal 64K memory" and What is maximum for "Count" for devices with additional "1MB memory expansion (Option 001)"?

from manual "SPECTRAN-NF_EN.pdf" (Rev 1.33 EN 14.03.2013):
"
7.21 Logger (Invoke recording/data logger)
...
After activating, the device will query the following parameters:
“Count” = Enter the number of logs (recorded events)
“Time” = Enter the duration of the pauses between the individual logs, in seconds.
“FILEId” = Enter the program number used to store the recorded data.
This number is later used to download the recorded data using our PC?software. ATTENTION! Currently, our PC?software only supports program number “1000“!
"

Best regards,
tonizg
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Re: SPECTRAN NF 5035 "Logger function": How many records?

Postby mm_dev » Thursday 10. November 2016, 15:49

For NF devices the internal logger function uses 10 bytes per record. So the 1 MB expansion will allow you approximately 100.000 extra records. As the memory is also used for other files like P-Code programs, key assignments, calibration data and so on the absolute number of records possible varies quite a bit depending on the exact configuration. The default 64k usually will likely allow a few hundred records at most, possibly even less than that.

Note: The "Count" parameter might have additional restrictions due to firmware limitations that are not related to memory size (e.g. no values above 9999).
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