Probe Settings - INDIGO200SERIES - INDIGO201

Indigo 201 User Guide

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The Settings > Probe menu contains probe-specific configuration options (for example, filtering factor and environmental compensations).

This menu also includes the Calibration PIN Code entry field. The PIN code must be in place in order to calibrate probes. The PIN code is in place by default.

The available options depend on the features of the connected probe. The examples here show the probe settings for Vaisala CARBOCAP® Carbon Dioxide Probe GMP251.

General (All Probes)

The Calibration PIN Code must be in place to enable probe calibration and adjustment in the Calibration menu. The PIN code is in place by default.

If the PIN code has been removed and you need to enter it, check the probe's documentation for information on the code used in the probe model.

Measurement (GMP251 Example)

Filtering factor
Defines how much past measurements affect the output (measurement averaging over time). For details, see probe documentation.
Temperature compensation mode
Select whether the probe sensor's measurement or a manually entered setpoint is used to set the temperature compensation.
Pressure/humidity/oxygen compensation ON/OFF
Enable or disable the environmental compensations.

Compensation Setpoints (GMP251 Example)

Enter the setpoint values for the environmental compensations that are in use (enabled in the Measurement selections).

Compensation Power-up Defaults (GMP251 Example)

The power-up default values are stored to the probe memory and remain in use also after you disconnect or reset the probe.

Note that the environmental compensations you set in the Settings > Probe menu and the compensations you set in the Calibration menu are interconnected: the configuration set in either menu is applied to both.