EDLT Non-Volatile Memory

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    Ks04

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    Hi Team,

    I read on another thread that the DLTs have a limited write of 100,000 label changes in the non-volatile memory before they max out. Does the same limitation apply to the newer eDLTs? Wondering if I need to be conscious about updating the temperature so frequently or if these are safer.

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    There has been a reply to a similar question saying that this was no longer an issue as the type of memory in use has orders of magnitude more writes.

    FWIW I am 7 years in and have had temps on mine for all of that time and no issues.
     
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