Linear Gauge usually looks as a one-axis and one-value gauge like a thermometer. These gauges are usually used for demonstrating single measurements, like speed or temperature. It uses few parameters or elements, as those charts should be simple and evident.
This gauge is a demonstration of linear pointers showing the same value but with different scales. These pointers imitate LED indicators. The first pointer's maximum value is 100, it is 200 for the second, 150, 175 and 120 for the third, forth and the fifth pointers. The minimum values of the pointers are different as well: 0, 35, 15, 10 and 5 for all pointers from the first to the fifth. There is a value of 65 set by default, but below the pointers you can find a value setter, so you can move the scroller so the value will change. Changing this will lead to more ticks becoming available. Note that the maximum value of the values setter is 200, but there is only one pointer that can accept such a value.
The labels of the pointers are placed over each pointer and show the value they display. When a value is changed, labels show the new value. If the set value overcomes the maximum of the pointer's scale, the pointer simply takes the possible maximum and its label shows the maximum value of the scale.