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This section shows the status for up to 24 points.
Generally the first ray interrupt will be displayed as P1, second one as P2 and so on.
Each point will be tracked until it is removed out of the AirScan Field. So if there are P1 and P2 detected and P1 is removed, P2 stays P2 and does not changes its ID to be P1.
Point Active (true or false)
A point turns active as soon as there is a ray interrupt started inside the Active Region of the AirScan.
As long as the interrupt stays within the Safe Region, the point stays active.
If the interrupt started out of the Active Region or if there is no interrupt, the Point’s status turns to False.
If there is an interrupt detected inside the Safe Region (whether it is active or not), the value for the X & Y position of a Point where it entered the AirScan field will be displayed here.
As long as the value for Point Enter is true (1), the X and Y position of this Point will be displayed here.
The last valid X & Y position of a Point while leaving the AirScan field will be displayed here.
To use this point read-out for further processing, please use the AirScan Multi-Point Input Node.
To control the AirScan via commands, please use these ones: