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 Calibration Of EMF-390..

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Independent_Worm_Saloon Posted - 08/02/2020 : 12:29:53
I'm waiting on my EMF-390 that I just ordered from GQ. I see people with issues and suspect that much of this is user / calibration error.

Would it be best to calibrate these in a faraday cage? The same way you would calibrate a wideband o2 sensor / controller (outside the exhaust system)?

If not, what would be the best way to go about this?

Thanks!
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Independent_Worm_Saloon Posted - 08/03/2020 : 11:21:28


Very cool. Thanks for the verification.

EmfDev Posted - 08/03/2020 : 10:32:44
Yes it is ok to calibrate it in faraday cage, there is an option to check for Zero EMF background.

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