I don’t get it:
CO2 = Carbon Dioxide, concentration of the exhaust in percent of the total sample. = Completely Burned Petrol, represents how well the air/fuel mixture is burned in the engine ( efficiency ). This gas gives a direct indication of combustion efficiency. [b]It is generally 1-2% higher at 2500 RPM than at idle.[/b] This is due to improved gas flow resulting in better combustion efficiency. [b]Maximum is around 16%.[/b] At night the trees convert CO2 in to Oxygen. Preserve them!
does it mean 16% is 160.000 ppm or CO2?
summarizing, can your device meter an exhaust pipe or not? thanks