Configuring Filtering Factor with Indigo - INDIGO201 - GMP251 - INDIGO202

GMP251 User Guide

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The filtering factor affects the speed at which the latest measurement is integrated into the output of the probe: a new measurement is produced approximately every two seconds. You can configure the filtering factor in the Settings > Probe menu of Indigo's wireless configuration interface.

By default, the filtering factor is set to 1.0 (1.0 = 100 in the configuration range), which means the latest measurement is shown directly in the output, without any filtering. To apply filtering, enter a lower filtering factor to include previous measurements in the calculation of measurement output. For example, changing the filtering factor to 0.1 results in an output that is a combination of previous measurements (90%) and the latest measurement (10%).

The configuration range of the filtering factor is 0 ... 100: for example, to set the factor to 0.5, set the value to 50.