Zero point calibration is often used for systems like the vehicle’s steering angle sensor or the yaw rate sensor in the automotive industry. This calibration process sets the sensor’s zero point, ensuring accurate readings for stability control and other safety systems which can be required after a front end alignment.
Zero point calibration is vital to ensure that instruments and sensors are correctly calibrated and provide accurate measurements. It establishes a reliable reference point that allows for precise data collection and control in various applications. The specific procedures for zero-point calibration can vary can be change per make, model and year car being calibrated.
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