Minimum and maximum limits of the measured value. These inputs must be taken from the description of the sensor used. For example, you wish to measure the humidity in a room and use a sensor with a 0-10V output signal. The sensor documentation tells you that the sensor can measure humidity from 0% to 100%. The minimum limit is hence 0 and the maximum limit is 100.
Number of decimal places
Indicates the number of decimal places used to calculate the value.
This is where you define exactly what you wish to measure with this analog input (e.g. temperature °C).
Notification on limit violation
If the value of the analog input falls below the lower limit or exceeds the upper limit, then you will be notified by the system if this checkbox is activated.
Enter the upper limit here. If the value exceed this limit, you can react with a scene by selecting the trigger for “value above upper limit” in the “IF …” statement.
Enter the lower limit here. If the value falls below this limit, you can react with a scene by selecting the trigger for “value below upper limit” in the “IF …” statement.