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CO₂ sensor

MaKo_4831421
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Does the user need to calibrate during operation?

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DaTra_4942216
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About: Automatic Baseline Offset Compensation
- In order to correct slow drifts caused by aging during operation, the device supports Automatic Baseline Offset Compensation. Every week of operation, the device computes an offset to correct the base line of the device.

- So if you enable Automatic compensation, the latest valid computed offset is automatically applied to the measured CO2 concentration value.

Please note that In single shot mode, automatic compensation is disabled by default.

For more information about calibration please refer to the below AN:

https://www.infineon.com/dgdl/Infineon-AN_FCS_ABOC_XENSIV_PASCO2_2-ApplicationNotes-v01_00-EN.pdf?fi...

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DaTra_4942216
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About: Automatic Baseline Offset Compensation
- In order to correct slow drifts caused by aging during operation, the device supports Automatic Baseline Offset Compensation. Every week of operation, the device computes an offset to correct the base line of the device.

- So if you enable Automatic compensation, the latest valid computed offset is automatically applied to the measured CO2 concentration value.

Please note that In single shot mode, automatic compensation is disabled by default.

For more information about calibration please refer to the below AN:

https://www.infineon.com/dgdl/Infineon-AN_FCS_ABOC_XENSIV_PASCO2_2-ApplicationNotes-v01_00-EN.pdf?fi...

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