The ZMOD4410-EVK creates an easy way to evaluate the ZMOD4410 Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) sensor. While the ASIC inside the sensor module controls the actual MOx and MEMS sensing element, the MCU-based electronic module controls the I²C to USB communication interface. The system may be connected to a Windows PC via a bi-directional USB connection and the sensor may be started by using the provided evaluation software. This GUI supports all available operation methods such as IAQ 2nd Gen, Ultra-Low Power, Odor and Sulfur-Odor. Depending on the selected mode the output is shown as a raw signal (resistance), a standardized IAQ rating, an absolute TVOC and estimated CO2 concentration, or a relative signal change.
|PDF 1.83 MB||Manual - Hardware|
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A visual guide to downloading, installing, and using the ZMOD4410-EVK evaluation kit for measuring indoor air quality (IAQ). Provides a live demonstration on how to take and interpret measurements within the software tool.
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