If the measuring environment produces occasional exceptionally high or low readings that need to be averaged out in the output, you can apply a filtering factor to the RH or T output (filtering factor range: 0.001 … 1.000). The filtering factor defines the speed at which the latest measurement is integrated into the transmitter's output. By default, the filtering factor is set to 0.500, which means that the displayed output is a 50%+50% combination of the previous measurement and the most recent measurement. To show the latest measurement directly in the output, set the filtering factor to 1.000 (no filtering).
The following formula is used when calculating the output:
output = [(new (unfiltered) measurement × filtering factor) + (previous output × (1.0 - filtering factor))]
The filtering factor can be configured with the Insight PC software.