Each sensor has a calculated set of calibration coefficients stored in the logger. This function adds a
calibrations field to the RSK structure, which contains the most current calibration coefficients.
calibrations field there are many other fields:
calibrationID: Identifies the calibration.
channelOrder: Indicates which channel (sensor) is associated with which coefficients.
type: Describes how the coefficients were calculated. The most common is 'factory'. That means RBR calculated the coefficients.
tstamp: The time of the calibration calculation in datenum.
equation: The calibration equation used to calculate the coefficients.
c0...c23, x0...x10, n0...n3: The coefficients values.
rsk = RSKreadcalibrations(rsk)
Below is an example of the result of the
calibrations field added by
RSKtools is not able to recalculate the data if the calibration coefficients are changed. These actions must be performed in Ruskin.