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Hi,

Currently it is possible to pause a sensor in a current time window with schedules. These schedules are based on weekdays and the syntax is something like ww:hh:mm-ww:hh:mm. This makes it difficult to pause a sensor on an hourly basis. I want to pause a sensor for 45 minutes every hour. Is there an easy way to accomplish this or do i have to write a schedule with 24 lines for everyday of the week (mo:00:15-00:59, mo:01:15-01:59, mo:02:15-02:59 and so on...)?

hourly pause schedule sensor

Created on Sep 17, 2012 1:45:27 PM by  nsgks (0) 1



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Hello,

I'm afraid pausing a sensor 45minutes of an hour would indeed need a schedule with the different pauses written individually. We would instead recommend to use a longer scanning interval of maybe 30 minutes.

best regards.

Created on Sep 17, 2012 6:01:55 PM by  Torsten Lindner [Paessler Support]



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Thanks for your reply. Longer scanning interval is not really an option because I can not control the point in time when the scan is executed (or can I?). I have a device which is only online from the beginning of every hour until 15 minutes past the hour (don't ask why ;-)). So I have to bite the bullet and write the schedule for every hour of the week. Luckily I only have to do this once.

Thanks.

Created on Sep 19, 2012 7:03:28 AM by  nsgks (0) 1



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