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Threshold Hysteresis v1.0 LV8.6.1


The Threshold Hysteresis VI allows an input (for example, a sensor) to drift out of an inner limit without generating an invalid flag, but if it drifts outside an outer limit it then becomes invalid. For the reverse, when the input crosses back into the outer limit it remains invalid until the value falls inside the inner limit.
For simplicity, only one input parameter is provided for both the inner & outer limits, and is negated for the lower limit, as generally tolerance limits are equidistant from the nominal.


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      The Threshold Hysteresis VI allows an input (for example, a sensor) to drift out of an inner limit without generating an invalid flag, but if it drifts outside an outer limit it then becomes invalid. For the reverse, when the input crosses back into the outer limit it remains invalid until the value falls inside the inner limit.
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