AMPHENOL SGX SENSORTECH Gas Detection Sensor, Ammonia, Carbon Monoxide, Ethanol, Hydrogen, Methane, 300 ppm
Gas sensors (also known as gas detectors) are electronic devices that detect and identify different types of gasses. They are commonly used to detect toxic or explosive gasses and measure gas concentration.
Electrochemical. Electrochemical gas detectors work by allowing gases to diffuse through a porous membrane to an electrode where it is either chemically oxidized or reduced. The amount of current produced is determined by how much of the gas is oxidized at the electrode, indicating the concentration of the gas.
Gas sensors are devices that can detect the presence and concentration of various hazardous gases and vapors, such as toxic or explosive gases, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), humidity, and odors .
- Maximum heater power dissipation: 88mW
- Carbon monoxide CO 1 – 300 ppm
- Ethanol C2H5OH 10 – 300 ppm
- Hydrogen H2 1 – 300 ppm
- Ammonia NH3 1 – 300 ppm
- Methane CH4 >300 ppm
- Smallest footprint for compact designs (5 x 7 x 1.55 mm)
- Robust MEMS sensor for harsh environments
- High-volume manufacturing for low-cost applications
- Short lead-times
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1 x AMPHENOL SGX SENSORTECH Gas Detection Sensor, Ammonia, Carbon Monoxide, Ethanol, Hydrogen, Methane, 300 ppm