How do Alarms work?

Alarms are defined by a critical level and grey zone level, although greyzones are not mandatory. An example of how alerts are handled is depicted here:

 

 

The green line shows that the temperature/humidity is within the predetermined limits.

The orange line shows that the temperature/humidity is within the greyzone, which it can be for a set amount of time.

The orange dot appears when there has been a greyzone alarm.

The red line shows when the temperature/humidity has exceeded a critical limit.

The red dot shows that a critical alarm has occurred.

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