5.6 Datalogger Memory Mode

Datalogger Memory Mode selection will only appear when Linear sampling mode is selected. When using a Levelogger Edge in Linear Mode, there is a choice of Continuous Logging (wrap around) or Slate logging .

Note:

Datalogger Memory Mode is only available for Levelogger Edge and Levelogger Gold units using Linear Sampling.

Levelogger Junior Edge and LTC Levelogger Edge operate in Slate logging mode only.

Compressed Linear, Event-based and Schedule sampling modes can only use the Slate Mode option.

In Continuous logging, the new log is started at the end of any previous log and continues logging, eventually recording over the first logged data. As one of the download options is to 'Append Data', Continuous logging can be a preferred choice when logging long-term (see Section 7.1.2).

In Slate logging, the new log is also started at the end of any previous log, but will stop recording after 40,000 readings (or up to 120,000 readings), so that the beginning of the current log will not be written over.

Note:

The Levelogger Junior Edge has memory for 40,000 readings, the LTC Levelogger Edge has memory for 27,000 readings, and the LTC Levelogger Junior has memory for 16,000 readings in Slate Mode.

Figure 5-12 Datalogger Memory Mode
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