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   - On the basis of the gathered data, create a sensor in the unit properties on the //​[[cms/​units/​sensors/​sensors|Sensors]]//​ tab. Input the data from the calibration table to the //​[[cms/​units/​sensors/​calc#​calculation_table_wizard|Calculation Table Wizard]]//​. ​   - On the basis of the gathered data, create a sensor in the unit properties on the //​[[cms/​units/​sensors/​sensors|Sensors]]//​ tab. Input the data from the calibration table to the //​[[cms/​units/​sensors/​calc#​calculation_table_wizard|Calculation Table Wizard]]//​. ​
   - Optionally, add two more points with values exceeding maximum and minimum. It makes the chart look better. For example, if your calibration table has the range from 1.2 to 4 volts, add a point 1 volt = 0 liters and the other point 5 volts = max liters. ​   - Optionally, add two more points with values exceeding maximum and minimum. It makes the chart look better. For example, if your calibration table has the range from 1.2 to 4 volts, add a point 1 volt = 0 liters and the other point 5 volts = max liters. ​
-  - When all data is in the //​[[cms/​units/​sensors/​calc#​calculation_table_wizard|Calculation Table Wizard]]//, ​press the button ​//Generate Calculation Table//. Then go to the tab //​Calculation Chart// and press the button ​//Refresh// to estimate the result of your work. If necessary, return to the wizard, edit fields, and generate new table and chat. +  - When all data is in the //​[[cms/​units/​sensors/​calc#​calculation_table_wizard|Calculation Table Wizard]]//, ​click on the //Generate Calculation Table// ​button. Then go to the //​Calculation Chart// ​tab and click on the //​Refresh// ​button ​to estimate the result of your work. If necessary, return to the wizard, edit fields, and generate new table and chat. 
   - Optionally, define the minimum value (different from zero) on the //​[[cms/​units/​sensors/​calc|Calculation Table]]// tab (for example, 1 volt). This may help to avoid detection of false fuel filling when the accumulator is off.    - Optionally, define the minimum value (different from zero) on the //​[[cms/​units/​sensors/​calc|Calculation Table]]// tab (for example, 1 volt). This may help to avoid detection of false fuel filling when the accumulator is off. 
   - Press //OK// to save the sensor. ​   - Press //OK// to save the sensor. ​
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