In DC mode, the absolute level of the signal is recorded; no high pass (HP) filters are applied.
DC mode is useful for recording signals such as temperature, force, airflow, etc., where actual (not relative) values are needed. Use the DC mode setting on the amplifier (make sure no switches are set to AC mode: 0.05 Hz HP or 0.5 Hz HP).
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