Outputs the lowest value within a given sampling interval.
For example, if a sensor gives raw data every 5 minutes, but an hourly sampling interval is applied to a chart, Low() will give the lowest raw data point reported over the previous hour.
Specifically, the Low() reported value at 2:00, is the minimum raw sensor value reported between 1:01 and 2:00.
The unique ID of the sensor data to be used in the function.
This function must be run directly on raw sensor data. An internal function cannot be used (e.g. High(Previous(4))), as this does not pass all the required information
Example Usage as an Expression:
Low('PRV1-2B.PRV Flow Rate'): Finds Low value for sensor PRV1-2B.PRV Flow Rate
Examples Reference Chart:
The following example shows various reports of daily tank levels overlaid on an Candlestick Chart. The Open and Close value indicate whether the tank experienced a net filling or draining through the day, while High and Low show the range of values that day. The Average value shows the central tendency.
For information on setting up custom equations and syntax, please refer to Analytical Functions.