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    Default Shock sensor travel sensor

    Can we zero a sensor at ride height ? So on the downloaded graph i can see a Zero line and a + 1+2 upward graph as well a -1-2 downward graph ?

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    Default Re: Shock sensor travel sensor

    Quote Originally Posted by RReynolds
    Can we zero a sensor at ride height ?
    There would be 2 ways, a custom voltage/distance map for the channel, this would record the adjusted value in real time. However, this will need constant adjustment as the cars weight distribution changes.

    Alternatively you could use a maths channel to add/subtract a value from the raw data. This preserves the raw data. In the notes part of the file (I assume you are using Datalink) you can record the adjustment number so that when you come back to the file you can put the correct values back into the maths channel.

    However, the ride height will change with weight/fuel etc hence it maybe better to use the maths channel method.

    Using the maths channel allows you to get a reading when the car is stationary before you go out for a run/session. If needed you can then get another reading at the end of the run/session and take an average.

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    Default Re: Shock sensor travel sensor

    Thank you !

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