Carbon monoxide (CO) gas sensor is an electrochemical gas sensor. The concentration of gas can be obtained by measuring the current value. Using the electrochemical oxidation process of the target gas on the working electrode in the electrolytic cell, the current generated in the electrochemical reaction of the target gas is proportional to its concentration. We have different types of CO sensors. In addition to sensors, we also have modules. We can provide one-stop gas sensor solutions. The most popular types of CO sensors are mix8012, mix8011 and mix8015. The lifetime of CO sensors is 3 years, 7 years, 8 years and 10 years.
High selectivity and sensitivity to Carbon monoxide ,
High accuracy for CO gas
Good linear output
Long life time
Environmental protection design
Residential and commercial gas leakage monitoring ,Industrial alarm , underground parking ,Houseboat and moto home ,Fire detection ,Ventilation control , Domestic generator
Technical Parameters :
|Target Gas||Carbon monoxide|
|Measurement Range||0 ~ 1000 ppm|
|Maximum Overload||2000 ppm|
|Output Current||1.5-3.5 nA/ppm|
|Response Time(T90)||< 60 S|
|Long Term Output Drift||< 2% /month|
|Life time||10 years|
|Operating Temperature Range||-20 ~ 50˚C|
|Operating Humidity Range||15 ~ 90% RH|
|Operating Pressure Range||0.1MPa±10%|
|Recommended Load Resistor||1kΩ|
|Bias Voltage||Not required|
|Note: All measurements were taken at 20˚C, 50%RH at 1013hPa|
* When soldering the metal ribbons, the soldering tin was forbidden to contact with the sensor.
* Aging the sensor no less than 30 mins before operation.
* Keeping the sensor out of the volatile solvent.
* Prohibit storage and operating the sensor in acidic or alkaline