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Do the Sepam series 60 and 80 keep the internal time in case of loss of the auxiliary supply?

For Sepam series 60 and 80, the internal clock, historical data, and disturbance recordings are being kept by a battery. The battery life is 10 years if the Sepam unit is energized. Minimum 3 years, with a typical of 6 years.

As additional information; the Sepam parameters and protection settings are being saved in a non-volatile memory. Other data are also being saved in the non-volatile memory, and you can see them in the files that I have attached.

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