Information tables and settings (advanced)

Information tables and settings consist of fields, settings, and system information essential to setup, programming, and debugging of many advanced CR1000X systems. In many cases, the info tables and settings keyword can be used to pull that field into a running CRBasic program. There are several locations where this system information and settings are stored or changed:

Communications and processor bandwidth are consumed when generating the Status and other information tables. If data logger is very tight on processing time, as may occur in very fast, long, or complex operations, retrieving these tables repeatedly may cause skipped scans.

Settings that affect memory usage force the data logger program to recompile, which may cause loss of data. Before changing settings, it is a good practice to collect your data (see Collecting data for more information). Examples of settings that force the data logger program to recompile:

  • IP address
  • IP default gateway
  • Subnet mask
  • PPP interface
  • PPP dial string
  • PPP dial response
  • Baud rate change on control ports
  • Maximum number of TLS server connections
  • USR drive size
  • PakBus encryption key
  • PakBus/TCP server port
  • HTTP service port
  • FTP service port
  • PakBus/TCP service port
  • PakBus/TCP client connections
  • Communications allocation