Burst data logging

Burst data logging is a recording method that captures a snapshot of data that occurred immediately before and immediately after a triggered recording.

Burst data logging is analogous to continuous shooting mode or “burst mode” in photography. An understanding of pre and post event data assists in the analysis of undesired power quality events such as sags or swells.

Burst logging is typically used for high-speed RMS (half-cycle) data capture, but the data recorder supports standard speed (1-second) recording as well, depending on the ION modules connected to the inputs of the Data Recorder module.

The following note is reused word-for-word in the Communications overview concept topic.
NOTE: To maximize the performance of your power management system, it is recommended that devices be connected directly to an Ethernet network.

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