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The following five temperatures for monitoring and controlling are defined:

Table 69 – Temperatures in TemperatureZoneType

BrowseName Description Optional
NominalTemperature Nominal value (absolute) (e.g. 200°C) No
HighDeviationTemperature1 Maximum value that is in the normal tolerance. A higher actual value may create a warning. Used for quality control. Relative value (e.g. +10°C). Yes
LowDeviationTemperature1 Minimum value that is in the normal tolerance. A lower actual value may create a warning. Used for quality control. Relative value (e.g. -15°C). Yes
HighDeviationTemperature2 Maximum tolerable value. A higher actual value may create an alarm. Relative value (e.g. +30°C). Yes
LowDeviationTemperature2 Minimum tolerable value. A lower actual value may create an alarm. Relative value (e.g. -25°C). Yes

readme_files/image018.png Figure 13 – Nominal and deviation temperatures in TemperatureZoneType

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