Alarming After A Set Time


atomic361
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You mean the channel stays above the threshold for a full 15 minutes? The Alarm expression would be:

min(myChannel[systime(), systime() - 900]) > setpoint

change myChannel to your channel name, 900 to the time width (15 mins), and setpoint to your setpoint. If you wanted to alarm in reverse (i.e. staying lower than the setpoint), you'd change the > to < and the min() to max().

Note that when you first start DAQFactory, if the channel is already above the setpoint, the alarm will trigger immediately.

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  • 8 years later...

There are lots of ways.  First, you can always do Alarm.paused = 1 to stop DAQFactory from processing alarms.  In fact, this is a good thing if you have lots of alarms.  Set paused to 1, then use alarm.checkAlarms() to trigger alarm checking from a simple sequence.  This is more efficient.

Alternatively, you can modify all your alarm expressions and add:

&& !isempty(alarmsStarted)

to the end, so it might be:

pressure[0] > 100 && !isempty(alarmsStarted)

Then, just declare alarmsStarted when you are ready for DAQFactory to start processing alarms:

global alarmsStarted = 1

There are plenty of other ways too.

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Thanks for your reply i will test the alarm.paused but will that not just delay the alarm going off when you set alarm.paused back to 0

 

My alarm is for a pump min(TestBit(miri_16_Digital_in,7)[systime(), systime() - 60]) > 0

So if its off for 60 secs then alarm. Once i unpause will the alarms wait the full 60 secs?

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