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 **Split sensors** **Split sensors**
  
-If a unit has several sensors of the same type and you need to create a chart by this type, then by default the curves of such sensors are displayed in the same chart. Check the //Split sensors// option to create an individual chart for each sensor. For example, for a unit with two voltage sensors, external and internal, a chart with two curves (the option is not checked) can be built, as well as two charts with one curve (if the option is checked).+If a unit has several sensors of the same type and you need to create a chart for this type, then by default the curves of such sensors are displayed in the same chart. Check the //Split sensors// option to create an individual chart for each sensor. For example, for a unit with two voltage sensors, external and internal, a chart with two curves (the option is not checked) can be built, as well as two charts with one curve (if the option is checked).
  
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 **Count from Zero** **Count from Zero**
  
-The //Count from Zero// option is responsible for scaling the chart. By default, the range of the Y scale depends on the range of values ​​​falling within the specified interval. That is, if, for example, the temperature fluctuates from 3 to 5 degrees, then the reading on the Y scale starts at 3, and the curve in this case occupies the maximum space on the chart. If the //Count from zero// option is activated, the Y axis on the graph is always built from zero to the largest value (if the values ​​are negative, then from the lowest value to zero).+The //Count from Zero// option is responsible for scaling the chart. By default, the range of the Y scale depends on the range of values falling within the specified interval. That is, if, for example, the temperature fluctuates from 3 to 5 degrees, then the reading on the Y scale starts at 3, and the curvein this caseoccupies the maximum space on the chart. If the //Count from zero// option is activated, the Y-axis on the graph is always built from zero to the largest value (if the values ​are negative, then from the lowest value to zero).
  
 The image below shows an example of two voltage charts for the same unit within the same time interval. The first chart is regular, the second — with the //Count from Zero// option turned on. The image below shows an example of two voltage charts for the same unit within the same time interval. The first chart is regular, the second — with the //Count from Zero// option turned on.
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