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The update rate for a PM3000 is 1s.
Is this also the sampling rate?
Lets say that the registered Imax on the PM3255 is now 20A.
Then there is a current of 40A with a duration of only 150 ms (that falls between the update rate).
Will the Imax of the PM3255 change to 40A?
As I know the sampling rate of PM3200 range is 32 samples per cycle（20ms for 50Hz or 17ms for 60Hz), so generally I think the sampling rate is fast enough for a 150ms current.
But about the Min/Max values there is a paragraph as following, the Min/Max values are recorded according to the measurements updated every second.
So I don't think PM3200 can always get the Min/Max values for a 150ms reading unless these two times are in the overlap.
Thank you for your answer!
Can anyone explain why the sampling rate is 32 samples per cycle when the PM3200 only shows and registers the value (seen) each second? Then a sampling rate of 1 per second would be sufficient.
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