Data Storage Capacity

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jgmoroz
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Re: Data Storage Capacity

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I will need the push data for what I want to do.

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Re: Data Storage Capacity

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I would highly recommend the Push3 gateway for what you sound like you are wanting to do. It is certainly the most powerful, scalable, stable, and data rich option that we provide. It also allows you to easily create csv files of real-time and summary data. You can use all of our software options. So for what I think you are wanting it will certainly be the best.
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jgmoroz
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Re: Data Storage Capacity

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My application is monitoring a synchronous pump motor that has maximum efficiency at 3450rpm that corresponds to a frequency of 57.5hz.
The power is provided by a variable frequency drive and the pump curves show preferred operating regions from 2070rpm (34.5hz) to 57.5Hz.
What is the accuracy of your meter's measurements at this frequency range?

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Re: Data Storage Capacity

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Our meters will work from 46-64Hz with the same accuracy (0.5% accurate meter and CT combination.) 34.5Hz is outside of its operating specs. It sounds like you may want to shop for a much more capable, advanced (and expensive) Power Quality Monitor.
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