Perhaps this is a trivial question and I am just being impatient with getting data but hopefully someone can clarify.
The bottom line is that when I start the sensor the reading for CO2 en TVOC keep at 500 and 0 respecitevely (if I do not initialize the state).
The sequence of the program is as follows:
This keeps giving the initial values of 500 and 0 for co2Equivalent and breathVocEquivalent
When I add upon initialization the setState step: iaqSensor.setState(state); then I get a Co2 value of 562 all the time which is probably the value I stored previously but this does not change.
question 1: when will the sensor (or bsec library) start to actually return out Co2 values?
question 2: how important is it to store the state and set it when the sensor is woken up?
question 3: how long is that state valid?
question 4: would it be matter to let the sensor run outside on a normal power mode for let's say 15 minutes or so? or does it not matter at all?
Many thanks for the help!
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