fixed pressure factor, a fixed temperature
factor or both.
Incremental Accumulated Volumes
The Incremental Accumulated Volumes
are the same as Accumulated Volume
(items 002 and 910) but is initialized
(rezeroed) at the beginning of every Log
Interval, (Hourly or Daily) as definded by
item 202. If the Pulse Accumulator is
accessed via a serial connection, this
item will display the current value for
that point in time.
An "Item Code" is a 3-digit number that
describes the information to be written to
or read from a Mercury device.
An Item File stores the connected site
instrument's item values in a file.
In telecommunication, Long-Term
Evolution (LTE) is a standard for high-
speed wireless communication for mobile
devices and data terminals, based on the
GSM/EDGE and UMTS/HSPA
Meter data management (MDM) refers to
software that performs long-term data
storage and management for the vast
quantities of data delivered by smart
MEID stands for Mobile Equipment
Identifier and is a unique identifier for a
mobile device. MEID is a form of ESN
(Electronic Serial Number).
A "Metrological" item is any item that
affects the accuracy of the pulse-count
A Passkey contains encrypted
information of user name and privileges.
For a user to be effected in other
MasterLink instances a Passkey needs to
be generated by the Administrator and
sent to the user.
The private key is used to decrypt the
information and restore it to its original
format so that it can be read.
The reed switch is an electrical switch
operated by an applied magnetic field.
In telecommunications, RS-232/RS-485
is a standard for serial communication
transmission of data.
Port of your system to which the device
Server certificates or SSL certificates are
small data files that digitally bind a
cryptographic key to an organization's
A 'Site' refers to a connected field
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is the
standard security technology for