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CTPowerBase.SensorEdit Method
public static void SensorEdit(Sensor sens, Double heartBeat, Double awareStateHeartBeat, Integer apparentPowerUsageThreshold, Integer rmsVoltageThreshold, Integer rmsCurrentThreshold, Integer ctSize, Boolean accumulate, Integer defaultFrequency, Boolean activeChannel1, Boolean activeChannel2, Integer failedTransmissionsBeforeLinkMode);
Sensor sens 
the Sensor object to be updated  
Double heartBeat 
How often the sensor communicates with the gateway if no activity recorded.  
Double awareStateHeartBeat 
How often the sensor communicates with the gateway while in Aware State.  
Integer apparentPowerUsageThreshold 
If the sensor is not aware and power accumulation exceeds this value in a single standard heartbeat the sensor will become aware and report immediately.  
Integer rmsVoltageThreshold 
RMS voltages above this value will cause the sensor to become aware.  
Integer rmsCurrentThreshold 
RMS currents above this value will cause the sensor to become aware.  
Integer ctSize 
Max Input of the Current Transducer.  
Boolean accumulate 
Setting this will cause the kWh reading to accumulate.  
Integer defaultFrequency 
Default Frequency of the power system.  
Boolean activeChannel1 
Active power channels. Channel 0 is always active because the sensor is also power through this channel.  
Integer failedTransmissionsBeforeLinkMode 
The number of transmissions the sensor sends without response from a gateway before it goes to battery saving link mode. In link mode the sensor will scan for a new gateway and if not found will enter battery saving sleep mode for 2 hours before trying to scan again. Lower number will allow sensors to find new gateways with fewer missed readings. Higher numbers will cause the sensor to hold it setting in a noisy RF environment better. (Zero will cause the sensor to never enter link mode. to find a new gateway channel the battery will have to be cycled out of the sensor.) 


Allows for the update of the specific type of sensor.  


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