7.2.4   Low-Low Alarm

A Low-Low Alarm will generate an alarm condition when the value of the tag is below the Low-Low Alarm Limit. The tag will remain in Low-Low alarm until it is  acknowledged and the tag’s value rises above the alarm limit plus deadband.

The Alarm Limit is set during configuration of the tag, but can be changed in run-time VIEW while on-line from the point detail display if the user has access to the Security Level 127 configured for Tag Fields.  The alarm Limit can also be changed by appending the .ALMLL to the tagname in the Point Info Dialog Box (point Browser).

The relevant fields to consider when configuring a Low-Low Alarm are the Low Low Alarm Priority, Low Low Alarm Limit, the Deadband, and the Span High and Span Low of the Tag.

To configure a Low-Low Alarm see 7.4Alarm Configuration.

1.      Enter a non-zero Alarm Priority by clicking on the field in the field labeled Lo Lo Priority. This is an abbreviation for Low-Low Alarm Priority.

If you are using a Low Alarm also, then the Low Alarm Priority must be less than or equal to the Low-Low Alarm priority.

2.      Enter a numeric value for the LL Alarm Limit. The alarm limit is in  engineering Units.

If you are using the Low alarm also, then the Low-Low Alarm Limit must be less than the Low Alarm Limit.