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What happens to data when the ImpulseCheck lost connection to

The device also works if the connection is interrupted. Impulses are still measured and the device constantly tries to re-establish the connection to

The current measurement of the ImpulseCheck is continuously written to a buffer memory. In the event of a current impulse, a recording is triggered and then transmitted to the cloud. If there is no cloud connection, a limited number of impulses can be stored in the buffer memory until the connection to is re-established.

The number of stored impulses depends on the respective duration, as this determines the required amount of data. Please note that the ImpulseCheck cannot set a correct time stamp if the cloud connection is lost.