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bobinski Posted - 05/14/2019 : 11:02:45
I have managed to save data and download it.

My first attempt had 343 entries but only 3 of them have timestamps.

1, 111 and 291 have timestamps.

Why is this?
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EmfDev Posted - 02/05/2020 : 17:08:07
That's correct, each row corresponds to 1 second of data. But there can be a missing/extra second because of difference in CPU and Real Time Clock.
sprezzatura Posted - 02/05/2020 : 15:51:41
What is the time difference between readings #1 and #111?

In my log file, it looks like each row corresponds to one second.

1st entry at 18:11:59
163rd entry at 18:14:42 (exactly 163 seconds later)
EmfDev Posted - 05/14/2019 : 11:59:06
Hi bobinski, it's supposed to save timestamps every 3 minutes.

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