In the Calibrate / Adjust menu you can select the Guided calibration wizard or, alternatively, enter manually the values needed to calibrate and adjust
the probe. The available options depend on the probe model and the parameter selected
for calibration and adjustment. For more information, see also Overview of calibration and adjustment with Indigo80.
The Calibrate / Adjust menu also contains calibration information about the connected probe.
In the Environment settings menu you can give additional information about the connected probe's measurement
environment (such as pressure or temperature) to improve measurement accuracy. The
settings in Environment settings are interconnected to the settings applied in .
The available environment settings depend on the probe and probe firmware version.
For detailed information on the probe-specific requirements for the settings, see your
probe's user documentation.
In the Sensor purge menu you can manually start the purge function for the probe models that support
it. Sensor purge heats up the sensor briefly to evaporate possible contaminants that
otherwise could affect measurement accuracy.
Before starting purge, you can set
purge interval and activate/deactivate interval purge and startup purge in the
- In the Factory default settings menu you can restore the connected probe back to its factory default settings, if
In the Settings menu you can configure settings such as filtering factor (affects the speed at
which the latest measurement is integrated into the output of the probe) and
compensation setpoints (information about measurement environment to improve
The available settings depend on the probe and probe firmware version. For detailed
information on the probe-specific requirements for the settings, see your probe's user
- The Diagnostics view shows any probe-specific Modbus error codes. See the connected probe's Modbus
documentation in the probe's User Guide for register information. The security hash
shown in the Diagnostics view changes when any change is made to the settings of the device connected to
- The About view contains information about the connected device, such as firmware revision,
configuration code, serial number, and calibration date.