Gen3 - Calibration - Perform Sensor Calibrations

Gen3 - Calibration - Perform Sensor Calibrations

Follow the instructions below to access the sensor calibration menu.
  1. Press Enter on the user control dial to enter the menu system.
    Press the arrow buttons to select System Menu.
    Press Enter to select the menu.

  2. Select Advanced Menu

  3. Enter the password
    (Default Password: 2-8-4)


  4. Select Sensor Calibrations

  5. Select the first sensor calibration menu option and then follow the instructions on the screen to complete the calibration.

  6. Repeat for the other sensor calibrations
     

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