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Equidistant channel

The purpose of the indicator is drawing an equidistant channel. It is somewhat different from the traditional model. The choice of control parameters is simple and does not require any special description. Enter the calculation interval in hours and the solution to the problem will appear on the screen.

Please note that the time involved in calculation of the channel must be greater than the timeframe it will be displayed on. If the parameters you enter are beyond the allowable limits, you will get notified if the indicator restrictions.

The thickness and color of the lines are adjustable.


  • CycleHours — period in hours;
  • SensitivitySignalAlerts — signal level in % of the channel width. The signal level is a dashed line drawn parallel to the main one with the specified proportions;
  • color RES_SUP — the color of the parallel channel;
  • color CHANNEL — the color of the main channel;
  • width1 — thickness of the lines of the parallel channel;
  • width2 — thickness of the lines of the main channel.
sunnychow 2018.11.13 13:46 

Good tools

Matthew Todorovski
Matthew Todorovski 2018.06.30 14:20 

1 Star (20%) = Bad

2 Star (40%) = Undecided

3 Star (60%) = Acceptable

4 Star (80%) = Good

5 Star (100%) = Excellente!

Ali irwan
Ali irwan 2017.08.06 01:00 


Nikolay Gaylis
Nikolay Gaylis 2017.07.18 18:55 

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Gennadiy Voltornist 2017.05.19 11:23 

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Aleksander Sergeev
Aleksander Sergeev 2017.04.28 18:32 


Eduardo Bogosian
Eduardo Bogosian 2016.12.13 14:57 

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Maksym Mudrakov 2016.08.30 19:24 

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Version 1.4 2017.07.14
Fixed inaccuracy in determining the channel boundaries with fractional time values.
Version 1.3 2017.03.21
Rebuilt for new version of terminal.
Version 1.2 2016.01.05
Added the indicator icon and designation.
Version 1.1 2015.06.22
Saturday and Sunday are considered when displaying smaller periods.