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  • #6901
    Terje Andersen
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    Most likely a stupid question, but:

    When checking the pressure data from the A3 sensor, it provides a huge number like 102000.
    The lowest pressure measured is 870 hPa and the highest pressure is 1084 hPa, average is 1013,25 hPa.

    Do I need to convert the number 1020000 to 1020,00 or is there another way it must be calculated?

    The same goes for VOC data.

    Thanks

    #6902

    Hi Terje,

    Yes, the pressure value is given in Pascals. To get hPa (hekto-Pascals) you’ll need to divide the value by 100.

    My sensor does not have VOC sensors, so I can’t tell anything about that one.

    Cheers,
    Wolferl

    #6903
    Teza
    Participant

    Thank you Wolferl.

    So Guess for the ‘”voc”:463654,’ value, it need to be divided by 1000 as the range is given from 10ppm to 1000ppm?

    #6904
    Radu
    Keymaster

    Hello Teza, to understand the VOC output, please read this blog post: https://www.uradmonitor.com/metal-oxide-voc-sensors/

    Let me know if you need more info.

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