The size of an object is the dimension of the object measured in meters. This property is important for Scada applications because it determines the size of a control volume and therefore its capacity. The following formula can be used to calculate the volume:
Volume = Length x Width x Height.
The object size property of a Scada is used to determine the length of the object in pixels. This property is also used to determine the size and position of objects in a project.
Use an object to represent a physical device on the Scada
Use an object to represent a physical process
Use an object to represent a mathematical function
Create custom objects with your own properties
The object size property is used to define how much space the object occupies on a given layout. In this case, it would be used to specify how large the text should be and what font should be used when displaying text on a given layout. This property can also be set for individual objects or groups of objects on a layout.
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