Reaction matrices

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Limit information can be defined centrally in a reaction matrix (abbr. rema).
When for example for a number of filling levels the same filling level control is carried out, it can be defined in a single reaction matrix. This makes it possible to change for example the value of the lower limit at a central point.

Advantages with respect to limits:

Reaction matrices can be used multiple times. A reaction matrix can be linked to several variables that even can be based on different data types.

In contrast to limits reaction matrices do not support a delay. The reaction always is executed immediately, when the limit is violated.

Reaction matrices can handle each value change of a numeric variable as a new limit violation. This is not possible in limits.

More information on limits can be found in the chapter Limits.