How To Show The Different Coverage (About 360°) Of A PTZ In The IPVM Calculator?

Sorry if this has been debated before, but, using search function I didn't find anything related. I would like to show the different coverage (about 360°) of a PTZ camera, respect a fixed one coverage, in a project developed using IPVM calculator. Is it possible?

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