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The final way you mention is to lock the little lever arm in a position that is at 0V, stating that you need to find that point. there is a convenient "calibration" position you can move the arm to and insert a screw or similar to lock it in that fixed position.

There is a little protrusion from the main body of the sensor with a cutout to accept a 4mm shaft/screw. there is a corresponding hole in the arm when you align the arm and the protrusion you can put a 4mm bolt/screw through and it will hold the sensor in calibration position - no warnings.

You can see the sensor in this pic and the protrusion is aligned with the arm at the top left.
 
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