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CO₂ sensor

MaKo_4831421
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How to calibrate the sensor when always in environment of 1000 ppm?

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AditiB_81
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Hi,

In your case, the CO2 concentration is not changing. For such cases, you can use the FCS scheme (Forced Compensation Scheme) which lets you calibrate the sensor to a fixed concentration of CO2. Yes, the upper limit for this scheme is set to 900 ppm but I'm following up on this request with the internal team and we need some more time. I'll revert back to you on this asap.

Thanks

Aditi

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DaTra_4942216
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If possible you may need to think of using FCS scheme time to time. However at this point of time, the FCS is capped at 900 ppm unfortunately. So, even if you try to input 1000 ppm, it will cap it to 900 ppm. In the future if the upper cap can be increased to bigger value I will update with new information

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AditiB_81
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Hi,

In your case, the CO2 concentration is not changing. For such cases, you can use the FCS scheme (Forced Compensation Scheme) which lets you calibrate the sensor to a fixed concentration of CO2. Yes, the upper limit for this scheme is set to 900 ppm but I'm following up on this request with the internal team and we need some more time. I'll revert back to you on this asap.

Thanks

Aditi

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