Libelium indicates an accuracy for each sensor just as an ideal reference (for example, "±50 ppm"). This theoretical figure has been calculated as the best error the user could expect, the optimum case. In real conditions, the measurement error will be bigger (for example, "±90 ppm"). As stated before, the older the sensor is, the more deteriorated it is, so the accuracy gets worse. Also, the more extreme the concentration to meter is, the worse the accuracy is. And also, the more extreme the environmental conditions are, the quicker the sensor ages. The sensors have been tested at 20 ºC / 101300 Pa. Cross sensitivity gases are not target gases. Relation can change with aging. The cross sensitivity may fluctuate between +/- 30% and may differ from batch to batch or from sensor's lifetime. The cross sensitivities are including but not limited to the gases from the tables. It may also respond to other gases. The data offered solely for consideration, investigation, and verification. Any use of these data and information must be determined by the user to be in accordance with federal, state, and local laws and regulations. Specifications are subject to change without notice.