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How large is the hysteresis, or can it be adjusted?

Example of switching hysteresis
switching hysteresis

A hysteresis describes the distance from the switching-on and cutting-off points in relation to the input parameter. Hysterisis prevents constant short switching-on and cutting-off operations caused by an unsettled input or measured value. If hysteresis is configured appropriately it is referred to as two-point-control.

In the case of our monitoring modules the switching point and the hysteresis can be adapted to your requirements by means of one 12-turn potentiometer each.

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