The application note gives us info related to oxygen, compensation, signal, temperature, output, oxygen level, the partial pressure, oxygen concentration, and circuit. Inside the application note you can read explanation regarding external circuit, current, quality, the oxygen level, temperature compensation network, the signal output, network, and temperature compensation.
Lots of information about humidity, output signal, thermistor temperature, oxygen sensors, calibration, pressure, error, and sensor are explained in this application note. Below are selected from this application note:
Liquid/Moisture: Condensation on the sensing surface of the sensor reduces the signal output by blocking the diffusion of oxygen into the sensor and is mistakenly categorized as a sensor defect. e) repeated exposure to CO2 of 3-4 hours can result in a temporary loss of signal output, see Carbon Dioxide CO2 Diving sensors are then equipped with a PCB that includes the appropriate electrical connector and the temperature compensation network which converts the current (µA) signal output to (mV) output. As illustrated below, individual test reports are generated for every sensor and identify the sensor by model, serial number, date and time tested, accompany every sensor shipped.
Also, the application note presents discussion such as electrochemical, partial pressure, electrolyte, sensors, compensation network, performance, galvanic oxygen, and signal output.