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OPUS AGWS6 Graphic Workstation

  Graph Display. Click to enlarge.

Graph plots may be scrolled forward and backward in time by either the default timescale or by a user specified period. A graph cursor is available to examine the plotted data and zoom options are provided to assist your data analysis.

Useful statistics are presented for the plotted data including the minimum, average and maximum values, and the percentage of sampled data in the various alarm categories (high-high, high, normal, low and low-low).

Graph specifications may be configured to depict static data or to refresh automatically displaying current data. A graph's load specification gives you full control over the load period, synchronisation, time offset, data resolution and sampling function (i.e. whether to extract minimum, maximum, average or integrated totals). Footnotes may be added to each graph specification or provided by the operator to add useful comments.

Favourite grid and graph styles can be named and stored within the library; these styles can be easily applied to other graph specifications to add consistency to your workstation.

Dual Parameter Graphs

Dual Parameter Graph. Click to enlarge. Dual Parameter Graph. Click to enlarge.Two point archives may be plotted against each other as a dual-parameter graph providing a graphical representation of the relationship between the archives' data. Data may be plotted in either a linear or radial form using either the conventional plotting formats or various scatter plot options.

Real Time Trace

Real Time Trace. Click to enlarge. Each workstation can trace up to 16 telemetry points at resolutions ranging from 1 to 60 seconds. The data is presented in a form similar to normal graph analysis mode. Up to four traced plots can be displayed in a single window and updated in real-time.

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