Dial gauges indicate the present value of a bound object with the position of a needle on a gauge. A display box shows the present value as a number with units, and shows the status of the bound object. We recommend using Dial Gauge with analog objects.
You can choose the minimum and maximum value for the dial range. If you don’t define the minimum and maximum for the dial range, the gauge defaults to 0 for the minimum and 100 for the maximum.
In the View mode, the Dial Gauge appears as a circular dial with a needle pointing to the position that represents the value of the bound analog object. A value box below the dial shows the numeric value of the bound object. Double click the dial gauge to display the Focus view for the bound object and right-click to show the command dialog box.
See the Gauges: Dial Gauge Symbol step section for information on binding Dial Gauges.