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MQ gas sensor correlation function against temperature and humidity

Thursday, July 6th, 2017

Davide Gironi writes: We have taken a look at the MQ sersor in this post here. As I said those sensor are electro-chemical. Accuracy of those sensor is not the best. Also they will react to many gases. It means that if you are trying to measure the ppm of...

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