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Temperature and humidity sensors to correct H2S sensor

by warren | September 26, 2011 14:40 | 166 views | 0 comments | #477 | 166 views | 0 comments | #477 26 Sep 14:40

The Figaro TGS 825 hydrogen sulfide sensor needs to be corrected for ambient temperature and humidiy, as Justin Marrese and I discovered at the sensor meetup on Saturday. I found a couple options which beat the $30 sparkfun temp/humidity sensor:

Links: hydrogen sulfide page, Roomba page with sensor datasheets


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