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Sun Sep 12 16:34:46 UTC 2010

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Returns the lifetime count, indicating the total powered-on time.=20
Range of the integer is 0 to 4,294,967,296 with a resolution of 1. Each co=
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represents three hours of operation.=20
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If I did the math right, that allows for about 490,000 years. Probably a=
bit more than necessary.=20
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The OP said,=20
"started at life time 13917 and after 145Hrs it shows 13965"=20
So that would be 13965 - 13917 =3D 48 x3 =3D 144 hrs=20
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13965 x 3 =3D 41860 or about 4 3/4 years of on time.=20
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On 11/3/2010 5:58 PM, Bob Camp wrote:=20
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> It is in odd units. It's also sort of a meaningless number. There is no=
obvious wear out mechanism in a Z3801. If anything they should get better=
the longer they are on power.=20
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> On Nov 3, 2010, at 8:22 PM, ernieperes at aol.com wrote:=20
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>> Hi Time nuts,=20
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>> Just recently started my Z3801 in my new location and noticed the follo=
wing discrepancy....=20
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>> The unit is running more then 145 Hrs from the new start up.....and the=
"life time" display from the starting time just shows 48 " digit" more ti=
me......in other words:=20
>> started at life time 13917 and after 145Hrs it shows 13965......=20
>> what is the meaning of the "life time" display / windows/.....=20
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>> Many thanks ,=20
>> Ernie.=20
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