Support & FAQs - OEM Data Loggers
It means that something has affected the log records shown on the device, note that this will not affect the data that has actually been logged. The main causes of this are:
- Probe Error at some point.
- Number of logs has overflown.
This means that the device is in delayed start mode and will wait until the specified start time/date before the log begins.
On the info screen if you press and hold the high or low logged value box it will be replaced with the high or low alarm values (assuming they have been set). If you press and hold the number of logs box it will show the logging rate.
Go to any info screen and then the settings screen. From here you can select factory reset which will allow you to reconfigure your device.
No the only way your logs will be lost is if you select to delete them after downloading them. Otherwise they will just be backed up in a date/time stamped file.
No, when power is lost to the device the data log that was taking place will be stopped and backed up, then a new one will be started once the device has been powered back on.