5 Replies Latest reply: Feb 12, 2015 3:05 AM by Håkan Fogelin

# How to use a Linear gauge

How do I get this linear gauge divided in three parts,red,yellow and green. The boundries should be < -1% to -100%  for red,

-0,9% to 0,9% for yellow and >=1,0% for green. Can it be a problem that I have tha calculation in an variable?

The value in the linear gauge is the same value as  the percentage value in the table.

kindly

Håkan

• ###### Re: How to use a Linear gauge

Hi,

PFA ,

It helps you.

Regards

Krishna

• ###### Re: How to use a Linear gauge

Hi

On the chart properties | expression tab, click Gauge Settings. On this dialog you can set minimum and maximum values for the gauge, and you can set up the segments and colours. To manually set the segment boundaries, turn off the checkbox "Autowidth Segments" and enter the lower bounds for each segment.

HTH

Jonathan

• ###### Re: How to use a Linear gauge

Hi

Goto Expressions tab-> Choose your Expression->then Representation-> Select Linear Gauge->GotobGauge Settings ->At the gauge settings,Give your min and max value.Then, Add Segment-> For Each Segment ,give value at Lower Bound.For eg; segment1->Lower Bound Value 0.

Segment 2 -> Lower Bound Value 50

Segment 3 -> Lower Bound value 95

Choose colors as per your requirement.

Regards

Krishna

• ###### Re: How to use a Linear gauge

Hello again,

I cannot get this working. I have made a small program with data.

Can someone change so I can get the result as described in my question?

kindly

Håkan

• ###### Re: How to use a Linear gauge

Hello all,

I have now solved the problem. Thanks for all help.

kindly

Håkan