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Air Calibration - GE Baker Hughes oxy.IQ User Manual

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3.3.2c
Trimming the Analog Output High (20 mA) End
1. Press the
mA Trim menu, and the analog output is driven to about 20 mA.
2. Use the
until it equals 20.00 ± 0.01 mA.
3. Press the
the Trim menu.
3.3.2d Completing the Trim Procedure
1. Repeat both the low (4 mA) end and high (20 mA) end analog
output trimming steps until no further trimming adjustments are
required.
2. Press the

3.3.3 Air Calibration

An air calibration is always recommended upon installation of a new
oxygen sensor. However, because of the non-linearity of the oxygen
sensor, a span gas calibration (see the next section) can also be
performed to ensure a faster and more accurate calibration for the
ppm ranges.
CAUTION!
minimizing exposure of the sensor to air.
To perform an air calibration, complete the following steps:
1. Press the
2. Press the
3. Press the
4. Proceed to the appropriate section, depending on whether you
are calibrating a new sensor or recalibrating an existing sensor.
oxy.IQ User's Manual
key and then press the
and
keys to adjust the analog output up or down,
Enter
key to save the trim adjustment and return to
Cancel
key twice to return to the Main Menu.
The useful life of ppm sensors is extended by
Enter
key to enter the Main Menu.
Enter
key to enter the Calibration menu.
Enter
key to select the Air menu option.
Chapter 3. Initial Setup & Operation
Enter
key to enter the 20
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