This command, illustrated below in Figure 8-29, enables an override of the default ALERT threshold values after a device reset or power cycle. This permits independent assembly of a sensor board and a remote MCU board. Normally, the MCU is local to the sensor (that is, they share a common board) and the MCU will program the threshold values. However, there are applications where the sensor and MCU are on separate boards, and deployed to various applications, each with unique threshold requirements. This normally adds significant tracking overhead (that is, each MCU board must be assigned to a specific sensor board). With this feature, the HDC302x thresholds may be configured using a debugger/programmer during product assembly, and later on, connected to any MCU board on its own assembly, with the application-specific thresholds already ensured.