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[SOLVED]CO sensor Fibaro


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Hello,
my CO sensor does not show any readings (in graph). I added to HC2 and the parameters left the standard. The device I woke up. Would you be able to share your parameters for this device?

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13 hours ago, SBK said:

Hello,
my CO sensor does not show any readings (in graph). I added to HC2 and the parameters left the standard. The device I woke up. Would you be able to share your parameters for this device?

 

I have the same problem. No ppm readings from my new added Fibaro CE sensor FGCD-001. Temp reports OK. 

Maybe there are no ppm in the air ? ;)

 

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guys, you are wrong, you have 0ppm, which is great -> 

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Btw @tinman is right... This is a carbon monoxide sensor. Maybe you were thinking about CO2 = carbon dioxide, a different gas! At present, carbon dioxide level worldwide is about 400 ppm and rising... I have a DIY CO2 sensor. It is used to measure air quality.

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  • Hello,
    thank you very much tinman @ and petergebruers @ for an explanation. That's a clear difference between CO and CO2.

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