Output Settings - INDIGO200SERIES - INDIGO201

Indigo 201 User Guide

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M211877EN
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F
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English (United States)
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INDIGO200SERIES
INDIGO201
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User guide
The Settings > Outputs menu contains the configuration options for analog outputs 1-3.
The analog output settings are automatically imported from the probe if the Indigo transmitter does not have an analog output configuration in place. For more information, see Receiving Analog Output Settings from Probe.

General output settings:

  • Mode: Select whether the analog outputs 1-3 are used for current (mA) or voltage (V) output.

Settings for analog outputs 1-3:

  • Output Type: Select the voltage or current range used for the output (for example, 0 ... 10 V).
  • Parameter: The measurement parameter that is sent on the analog output channel.
  • Unit: The unit used for the output (for example, % if the output is used for %CO2 measurements).
  • Scale Low End: The lower limit of the measurement scale (for example, 0 if the scale is 0 ... 20 %CO2).
  • Scale High End: The upper limit of the measurement scale (for example, 20 if the scale is 0 ... 20 %CO2).
  • Clipping Limit: The point (in % above the output range) when the output is clipped due to being out of range. For more information, see Analog Output Overrange Behavior.
  • Error Limit: The point (in % above the output range) when the output switches to error state due to being out of range. For more information, see Analog Output Overrange Behavior.
  • Error Output Voltage: The voltage that is output in an error state.
  • Error Output Current: The current that is output in an error state.