4.8.1   .ADVDBP

Deviation Alarm Deadband Percentage A deadband is used to minimize nuisance alarms or repeating alarms caused by an oscillation near the Alarm Limit.  The deadband comes into effect only after the alarm limit is violated.  Once in alarm, the deadband specifies the change in the tag's value required to be considered normal or not in alarm.  The deadband can be in either engineering units (absolute value) or percentage of span as determined by Dev. Percentage.  This value applies to both High and Low Deviation Alarm Limits (Dev Lo Limit and Dev Hi Limit). This field is for ANALOG tags and parameters only.

Range:              0 to 100
Units:                Percent of Full Scale
Field Type:        Digital
Configuration:    Dev DB and Dev Percentage
Tag fields:         .ADVDBP

Syntax:                   Tagname. .ADVDBP
Blockname:Parameter. .ADVDBP

Examples:               PI301. .ADVDBP

See also,                ADVDBV, ADVTAG