I am using Ignition Version: 7.6.3-rc2 (b2448). I can create tags, define alarm conditions for them and create email notifications using Alarm pipelines. The alarm conditions that I was able to create are something like if process_pressure is above 80 send an email.
However, I want to send an email if the process_pressure is above 80 for more than 30 consecutive seconds during the processing of one batch. How can I do that using the existing alarming capability within Ignition?
If that’s possible, what I would also want to do is that if process_pressure goes beyond 80 and stays beyond 80 for longer than 30 seconds, then in that case, the system should be able to identify it as a single incidence. That is, if the process_pressure remains above 80 for say 35 seconds, then I expect the system to send an email at 30th second. However, I don’t want the system to send another email at 31st second just because pressure has been up from second 1 to second 31. After 35 seconds, if the process_pressure goes below 80 but then rises again above 80 on 50th second, then the system should start counting that as second incidence and check whether the process_pressure stays above 80 for 30 consecutive seconds again or not.
Is it possible to do within Ignition Alarming?