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ACC2 - About Conditional Response

Conditional Responses allow a sensor or condition to trigger something to happen. This can be as simple as telling a station to start when a sensor is opened, to much more complex operations such as switching water supplies to a Flow Zone based on a sensor position.

Conditional Responses are written in the form of a statement, which reads “if THIS happens, then do THAT.”

The controller may have up to 35 Conditional Response statements. Some responses may require more than one statement to achieve certain results (such as switching P/ MVs).

 

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