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Characteristics are a custom-designed display format for functions. They can be used to describe properties, that depend on other performance data. One common example is the set point of the supply temperature regulation of a heating circuit according to the ambient temperature.

Adjustment of the characteristics: Function

FunctionChar1. Determination of Char_1b supporting points to define the characteristic.
2. From the characteristic, each Input (x) will be assigned an Output (y) value.
3. Result is a number.

 

Adjustment of the characteristics: Distance

DistanceChar1. Determination of supportChar_2bing points to define the characteristic.
2. The distance between the point (x,y) and the characteristic is the Output (z).
3. Result is a number.

 

Adjustment of the characteristics: Tolerance

Tolerance1. Determ11_1Specification_Characteristics2ination of supporting points to define the characteristic.
2. Determination of the tolerance.
3. Is a point (x,y) located outside of the tolerance range, the output of the characteristic is “False”. Otherwise the output is “True”.
4. The result is a boolean value.