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Event rate exceeded

Sometimes Default Alarm "event rate exceeded" show strange rate

How to understand problem or calculation?

It's look like 30000 < 9962

alarms.PNGAlarms-2.PNGEPS Rate Exceeded

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Re: Event rate exceeded


i'm 95% sure that it means (in your example)

that in 1 minute the receiver received - 39.962 events

your alarm is configured to trigger when it receives more than 30.000

and when it triggeres it shows you how much more was received over 30.000

in your case 9.962 together = 39.962

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Re: Event rate exceeded

I think so, but why no write 38892.

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