Individual measurement values are scanned at a rate of 100 Hz.
An average value – the raw measurement value – is formed from these individual values over a configured measurement interval of 10 ms to 1000 ms and saved in a memory with a depth of 300 locations. The raw measurement data thus determined form the basis for calculating measurement values.
The memory contains raw measurement data (attenuation and temperature) as well as measurement values (expansion and displacement). These values are used to continuously form the static average value. The static interval can range from 100 seconds to one day.
Daily static average values are saved in a file.
A dynamic threshold value ( l/ t) is specified to the system for dynamic measurements. If a measured value exceeds this dynamic threshold value, the instantaneous contents of the memory, the raw measurement values until limit undershoot as well as the next 300 raw measurement values are saved in a file.
If a measurement value exceeds or falls short of the corresponding thresholds, messages can be generated via SMS, e-mail, fax or SNMP traps on request.