|Limit value||If the value in the PmaNumber parent object exceeds the specified limit, then the alarm is activated.
This configurator sets the initial value of the Limit property.
|Limit type||Selection of the limit type:
High limit - all values greater than the limit value will be alarmed
Low limit - all values less than the limit value will be alarmed
|Fire "onLimAction" event||Specifies when the the onLimAction event is triggered
Never - The event is not triggered (never)
Passing to the restricted area - The event is triggered if the value before writing is inside the restricted area and after writing is already outside the restricted area
Passing from the restricted area - The event is triggered if the value before writing is outside the restricted area and after writing is already inside the restricted area.
Passing to/from the restricted area - The event is triggered after the conditions defined by the "Passing to the restricted area" and "Passing from the restricted area" are met.
On writing in the restricted area - The event is triggered if the writing value is inside the restricted area.
|Alarm group||Name of an alarm group where the activated alarm is written. If the Don't activate alarm option is selected here, then this object will not use Alarm and Event system.|
|Alarm description (desc)||Text (name) of the alarm that is also the identifier of the alarm.|
|When the alarm gets inactive acknowledged (green)||When the limit is exceeded, it is the activation and when the value returns back, it is the inactivation of the alarm.
0 = by activation
1 = by inactivation
2 = by inactivation or by acknowledgement
3 = if inactivated and acknowledged
|Sound notification||Option if the activated alarm has to be followed by the sound notification as well.
0 = no sound
1 = stop after aknowledgement or inactivation
2 = stop after aknowledgement and inactivation
3 = stop after acknowledgement