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PKIDelirium Posted - 07/30/2019 : 09:40:37
I got a 300E+ (firmware 4.52) a couple weeks ago and just noticed that the clock seems to get ahead of itself after a little time. From when I first set it (synced manually while looking at computer's clock, to make sure it was down to the second) until today, it was running about a minute ahead of actual time. Reset it with the same method, after less than an hour it was running about 15 seconds ahead of real time.

I don't use data logging so it's not the end of the world, but I'm curious about whether or not it's a firmware bug?
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PKIDelirium Posted - 07/30/2019 : 10:17:00
Thanks, good to know it's expected behavior and not a firmware bug or fault with the unit.
EmfDev Posted - 07/30/2019 : 10:05:04
Hi PKIDelirium, the 300E+ has an external clock. Its accuracy is not exactly 100% that's why sometimes it's either late or advance for few seconds every hour or day. It is not a firmware bug.

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