Small, sexy, AND smart
By some miracle the lost sensor alarm woke me up. At three fricken a.m.
Damn. Once a sensor gets a lost status most times you can’t bring them back. There was a huge expanse of blank nothing on my graph. Well, crap.
I untied the knots in the infusion hose and pulled it free from the twisted mess of sheets and covers. I smoothed the bed out by the blue glow of my clock and settled back into the bed to sleep. I’ll probably have to put in a new sensor come morning, I groaned to myself, then my head hit the pillow and I was gone.
In the morning ParaPump and the transmitter where happily chatting to each other again, to my delight.
As I scrolled back over the night’s data I got a shock. There was no missing data. For a moment I wasn’t sure: was the tangle of sheets and lost telemetry a dream? I checked the sensor alarm history, nope. The alarm was there.
So how come no missing data? Then it hit me like a lightning bolt: the transmitter must have a memory! I don’t remember reading anything about this in the MedT manuals. Maybe it was there and I missed it. This is a feature worth bragging about.
If you lose communication for a time, you have not lost your data. I guess the transmitter holds on to all those little data packets in its pockets until the next time it phones home. How very cool, but where on earth does it store them in that little tiny shell? Amazing stuff. Further proof that MedT stole the technology from aliens. ;-)