I was on a longer vacation, and put the “home” in sleep mode, which meant turning off everything not essential which included the home wifi (everything not connected to security and the AC). I come back home, turn things back on and to my surprise the sense unit recorded NOTHING while it was “offline” but still on.
This really is a bad design. Internet is intermittent here - after large storms it can be days before service is back. So it looks like nothing is recorded, nothing is available to inspect during times where no uplink signals are available? SSDs are VERY small today - it shouldn’t be that hard to add 10G storage inside the unit as a buffer?
Understand I’m not suggesting that there will be analysis etc. of the data - that can happen later when-ever sense feels it’s got the bandwidth to do that. But just dropping all the data seems a huge waste here?