11-09-2022 02:12 AM
Hi, is there any information about what gasses each heater profile is particularly good at detecting?
For example, if I wanted to detect poop and vomit, are there any suggestions of which heater profiles might work best?
11-14-2022 07:06 AM - edited 11-14-2022 07:07 AM
You can use BME AI-Studio's self learning algorithm to detect different gas types, otherwise you have to develop your own algorithm to detect them.
11-22-2022 03:31 PM
Yes, but the problem is, with BME-AI Studio, I can only collect data from 4 (out of 16) heater profiles at once. So that means, for each poop sample, I need to measure the same sample multiple times with different config files. This has become quite laborious, especially since I am trying to collect a large dataset.
The documentation said there is a specific heater profile, I believe, that detects H2S, but which one is this?
11-30-2022 02:22 AM
Maybe more specifically: where can I find information about how each of the 16 heater profiles is constructed? What properties do they have, what gasses do they detect, what is their composition, etc? It seems this should be available for a VOC sensing product, but I don't see any of this information in the data sheet. I'm looking for information about each of the 16 profiles:
301, 321, 322, 323
12-16-2022 04:11 AM
You can use the reference heating profiles that we are using.