The Controlled Limiter is a single input, single output function. The output of the Limiter function is restricted to the range specified by the output lower and upper limits (cntl_lower and cntl_upper pins of the device).
The limit range is the value below the cntl_upper_limit and above the cntl_lower_limit at witch smoothing of the output begins (minimum positive value of voltage must exist between the cntl_upper input and the cntl_lower input at all times). For this model, then, the limit_range represents the delta with respect to the output level at witch smoothing occurs. Thus, for an input gain of 2 and output limits of 1 and 1 volts, the output will begin to smooth out at ±0.9 volts, which occurs when the input value is at ±0.4.
The Controlled Limiter tests the input values of cntl_lower and cntl_upper to make sure that they are spaced far enough apart to guarantee the existence of a linear range between them. The range is calculated as the difference between (cntl_upper  upper_delta  limit_range) and (cntl_lower + lower_delta + limit_range) and must be greater than or equal to zero.
When the limit_range is specified as a fractional value, the limit_range used in the above is taken as the calculed fraction of the difference between cntl_upper and cntl_lower. Still, the potential exists for too great a limit_range value to be specified for proper operation, in which case the model will return an error message.
This model will operate in DC, AC and Transient analysis modes.
Parameters
Parameter  Description  Default 

in_offset  Input offset.  0 
gain  Gain.  1 
upper_delta  Output upper delta.  0 
lower_delta  Output lower delta.  0 
limit_range  Upper and lower smoothing range.  1.0e6 
fraction  Used to control whether the limit range is specified as a fractional (TRUE) or absolute (FALSE) value.  FALSE 
Error Messages
 CLIMIT function linear range less than zero.

This message occurs whenever the difference between the upper and lower control input values are close enough that there is no effective room for proper limiting to occur; this indicates an error in the control input values.