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 The wizard simplifies the process of creating and configuring the sensors for the [[user/​reports/​dat/​dat#​consumption_math|mathematical calculation]] of fuel consumption. Calculation of fuel consumption is made in accordance with the speed of the unit. The wizard simplifies the process of creating and configuring the sensors for the [[user/​reports/​dat/​dat#​consumption_math|mathematical calculation]] of fuel consumption. Calculation of fuel consumption is made in accordance with the speed of the unit.
  
-To open the wizard, click on the corresponding button in the upper right corner of the //Sensors// tab of the unit properties. ​+To open the wizard, click on the corresponding button in the upper right corner of the **Sensors** tab of the unit properties. ​
  
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 In the **first** section, two options may be available for activation according to the previous properties of the unit: In the **first** section, two options may be available for activation according to the previous properties of the unit:
  
-  * **Replace current efficiency sensors**\\ Is shown if engine efficiency sensors have been found. The checkbox of this option is activated by default. When you press //OK//, the sensors created before are replaced by the new ones. If the checkbox is not activated, the new sensors are added to the existing ones.  ​+  * **Replace current efficiency sensors**\\ Is shown if engine efficiency sensors have been found. The checkbox of this option is activated by default. When you press **OK**, the sensors created before are replaced by the new ones. If the checkbox is not activated, the new sensors are added to the existing ones.  ​
   * **Create previous version-based sensors**\\ Is shown if the unit has previously activated fuel calculation checkboxes. If the option is enabled, the two sections of the wizard located below become inactive and are filled with the available data.    * **Create previous version-based sensors**\\ Is shown if the unit has previously activated fuel calculation checkboxes. If the option is enabled, the two sections of the wizard located below become inactive and are filled with the available data. 
  
 In the **second** section you can specify the consumption in different modes and the seasonal multiplier: In the **second** section you can specify the consumption in different modes and the seasonal multiplier:
  
-  * **Consumption in different modes**:​\\ ​//Consumption,​ l/h// — the fuel consumption during idling. If the field is filled in, its value is substituted in the first ignition sensor. If it is not, then the fuel consumption during idling is calculated as [urban cycle/10] (according to the statistical data).\\ ​//Urban cycle, l/100 km// — fuel consumption in the urban cycle (obligatory option).\\ ​//Suburban cycle, l/100 km// — fuel consumption in the suburban cycle.  ​+  * **Consumption in different modes**:​\\ ​**Consumption,​ l/h** — the fuel consumption during idling. If the field is filled in, its value is substituted in the first ignition sensor. If it is not, then the fuel consumption during idling is calculated as [urban cycle/10] (according to the statistical data).\\ ​**Urban cycle, l/100 km** — fuel consumption in the urban cycle (obligatory option).\\ ​**Suburban cycle, l/100 km** — fuel consumption in the suburban cycle.  ​
  
-After pressing the //OK// button, the ignition sensor is created (or the consumption during idling for the existing sensors is modified), as well as the engine efficiency sensor with the parameter ​//(speed + #​speed)/​const2//. The data for the consumption in urban and suburban cycles and the [[cms/​units/​trip#​detection_of_movement_states|minimum moving speed]] from the trip detector is used for the calculation table.+After pressing the **OK** button, the ignition sensor is created (or the consumption during idling for the existing sensors is modified), as well as the engine efficiency sensor with the parameter ​**(speed + #​speed)/​const2**. The data for the consumption in urban and suburban cycles and the [[cms/​units/​trip#​detection_of_movement_states|minimum moving speed]] from the trip detector is used for the calculation table.
  
-  * ** Seasonal multiplier, %**\\ In this part of the math consumption wizard the multiplying or reduction coefficient for different seasons is adjusted. In the //Seasonal multiplier// field the coefficient is indicated in percent (for the reduction coefficient it should be a negative number). In the fields ​//From// and //To// the time frames of the season are entered. ​  +  * ** Seasonal multiplier, %**\\ In this part of the math consumption wizard the multiplying or reduction coefficient for different seasons is adjusted. In the **Seasonal multiplier** field the coefficient is indicated in percent (for the reduction coefficient it should be a negative number). In the fields ​**From** and **To** the time frames of the season are entered. ​  
  
-If the values for the seasonal multiplier are indicated, after pressing the //OK// button the engine efficiency sensor with the parameter ​//[[cms/​units/​sensors/​param#​parameters_conversion|time:​ d]]// is created.+If the values for the seasonal multiplier are indicated, after pressing the **OK** button the engine efficiency sensor with the parameter ​**[[cms/​units/​sensors/​param#​parameters_conversion|time:​ d]]** is created.
  
-:!: All the sensors created by means of the math consumption wizard have the mark //(wizard)// in their names.+:!: All the sensors created by means of the math consumption wizard have the mark **(wizard)** in their names.
  
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