Number of FAQs related to External Data Storage Devices: 2
By default, the datalogger's final-data memory (that is, memory for stored data) is organized as ring memory. With ring memory, the new data is stored, which then overwrites the oldest data. This means that after a table fills up, new records begin overwriting the oldest records. Each table is its own ring.
Ring memory also applies to the software data cache in LoggerNet, PC400, and PC200W.
These CRBasic instructions are commonly used to instruct the data logger to write final-storage data to a memory card. For more information, including how these instructions differ, read the "How to Store Data Logger Data to a Memory Card" blog article.