The Read button allows you to read the stored value from Eurosens Dash.
The Write button saves the value into device memory.
Settings section contains the following lines:
1. Fuel level sensor address - the address of the sensor being read by the emulator.
2. Maximum value of sensor (100%) - maximum output value of the fuel level sensor. Here you should enter the maximum value from the settings of the sensor output signal, which corresponds to a full tank.
3. 0% -100% scale (1-65535) - five lines with with the calibration table. Dashboards in cars are different and the fuel level gauge works nonlinearly. These values are selected empirically. Having an empty tank according to the fuel level sensor choose the value so dashboard fuel gauge will point to zero. At 25%, you need to choose a value corresponding to the quarter of the tank on the dashboard gauge.. For half a tank, 75% and a full tank, do the same. Do not forget to click the Write button after making changes. In this case, the emulator generates a signal corresponding to the entered value - and you can immediately see the reaction of the fuel gauge to the selected value, and correct it if necessary.
Inversion option is required to work with reverse indicators.
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