Sensitive material MQ135 gas sensor is used in clean air low conductivity tin oxide (SnO2). When the sensor is kept in their environment
In the polluting gases , the conductivity sensor with increasing air pollution in gas concentration increases. Using a simple circuit can change the conductivity
Conversion of an output signal corresponding to the gas concentration .
MQ135 sensor for ammonia, sulfide , benzene vapor high sensitivity of the smoke and other harmful monitor is also very good. This sensor can be seized
Measure a variety of harmful gases , is a low-cost sensors for a variety of applications .
Probe for home, environmental harmful gas detection device , suitable to ammonia , aromatic compounds , sulfur compounds , benzene vapor , smoke and other gases harmful gases , the gas sensitive element concentration range : 10 to 1000ppm
Module Features :
1 , using high-quality dual-panel design, with power indicator and TTL signal output instructions;
2 , the switching signal having a DO (TTL) output and analog output AO ;
3, TTL output valid signal is low . ( Low-level signal when the output light can be directly connected to the microcontroller or relay module )
4 , the higher the voltage , the concentration of the analog output voltage is higher.
5 , air quality , hazardous gas detection with good sensitivity .
6 , there are four screw holes for easy positioning ;
7 Product dimensions : 32 (L) * 20 (W) * 22 (H)
8 , has a long life and reliable stability
9 , rapid response and recovery characteristics
Input voltage : DC5V Power consumption ( current ): 150mA
DO output : TTL digital 0 and 1 ( 0.1 and 5V)
AO output :0.1-0 .3 V ( relative to pollution ) , the maximum concentration of a voltage of about 4V
Special note: After the sensor is powered , needs to warm up around 20S, measured data was stable , heat sensor is a normal phenomenon , because the internal heating wire , if hot is not normal .
1, VCC: positive power supply (5V)
2, GND: power supply is negative
3, DO: TTL switching signal output
4, AO: analog signal output