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Which adjustment procedures exist in CSMconfig and which effects do they have on the measuring modules?

The following adjustment procedures are available in CSMconfig:

  • Auto-Offset
    The scaling value "Offset" is changed in the configuration document (A2L/DBC).
  • Auto scaling
    The scaling values ""Factor"" and ""Offset"" are changed in the configuration document (A2L/DBC).
  • Zero adjustment
    The zero point is adjusted directly in the measuring module by the zero point adjustment. (By shifting the zero position, the resulting measuring range becomes asymmetrical accordingly) This adjustment has no effect on the scaling values in the configuration document (A2L/DBC). Note: This property is only supported by certain device types. Information on the supported device types can be found in the CSMconfig help under the keyword "Support of module-internal adjustment procedures".
  • Linear Adjustment
    With the linear adjustment, the sensor characteristic stored in the module can be adjusted using two reference measuring points (freely selectable by the user). Note: This feature is only supported by certain device types. Information on the supported device types can be found in the CSMconfig help under the keyword "Support of module-internal adjustment procedures".
  • Bridge Adjustment
    The bridge calibration determines the circuit-dependent value for the zero point calibration of a measuring bridge. This offset value is stored in the measuring module. Note: This adjustment procedure is only available for the STGMM.


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