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Mixsen Electrochemical Formaldehyde Sensor T90 Industrial Gas Sensor

Mixsen Electrochemical Formaldehyde Sensor T90 Industrial Gas Sensor

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    T90 Electrochemical Formaldehyde Sensor


    Mixsen Electrochemical Formaldehyde Sensor


    T90 industrial gas sensor

  • Range
    0 ~ 2 Ppm
  • Output Linearity
  • Resolution
    ≤0.02 Ppm
  • Maximum Overload
    5 Ppm
  • Life
    2 Years(in Air)
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  • Packaging Details
    Inner packaging: foam cushion Outer packaging: carton
  • Delivery Time
    within 3 working days after payment
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Mixsen Electrochemical Formaldehyde Sensor T90 Industrial Gas Sensor

MIX8020N Industrial 0 ~ 5 ppm Electrochemical Formaldehyde Sensor/CH2O Monitoring sensor


Principle Introduction:


MIX8020N Formaldehyde /CH2O gas sensor is a battery operable electrochemical formaldehyde sensor developed by Mixsen. Formaldehyde and oxygen on the working electrode and counter electrode are subjected to oxidation-reduction reaction correspondingly. This produces the electric current. The current is directly proportional to the concentration of formaldehyde and following the Faraday’s law. Through measure the current to get the concentration of formaldehyde.




Small size ,High selectivity ,High accuracy ,Linear output ,Long life



Residential and commercial detectors ,Houseboat and moto home ,Air purifier ,Ventilation control ,Smart home


Technical Parameters :


Item Specification
Target Gas Formaldehyde
Measurement Range 0 ~ 5 ppm
Maximum Overload 5 ppm
Sensitivity 0.25-0.60 μA/ppm
Resolution ≤0.02 ppm
Response Time(T90) < 60 seconds
Recommended Load Resistor 200Ω
Repeatability < 2% output value
Output Linearity Linear
Drift in Air(-20℃~40℃) ≤0.2ppm
Anticipated Using Life 2 years(in air)
Operating Temperature Range -20 ~ 50˚C
Operating Humidity Range 15 ~ 90% RH
Operating Pressure Range 0.1mpa±10%
Note: All measurements were taken at 20˚C, 50%RH at 1013hPa