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Energy panel Zeros reported zero values or no reported values?


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Hi,

 

I need a clarification related to the energy panel. In the attached image there are a number of spikes in energy measurement readings, and in between each spike, there is a return to a much lower energy consumption level.

Now, I need to make sure that I am interpreting this correctly.

 

I assume in my current thinking that values are cached/stored by the HC software when they come in. When asked by the panel, the value returned from the system is the last known value reported buy the device (or last known relative to the time points of interest). So, if my device observes a change in power consumption that is larger than the threshold set internally in the device for power reports, then it is sent to the HC. And, if I then ask 15 minutes later I will get this value back, if values observed in the device in-between this time is smaller than the threshold, so that no additional reports are sent to the HC.

 

I just need to make sure that this is the case, so that what I am observing in the image are true drops in REPORTED small values, not the effects of reports coming in very seldom and than substituted for a calculated average or something from a interpolation of the time series where there are no actual data due to a high threshold in the device. 

 

Hope it is somehow clear what I mean here.. 

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Hello,

 

The graph only shows data that the gateway received from your device gathering such data. The data is not altered or processed in any way by the gateway. The gateway only shows data via a graph.

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