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Industrial Carbon Monoxide Sensor

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This is an industrial carbon monoxide sensor with a range of 0-1,000ppm.

Amphenol SGX Sensortech SGX-7x Electrochemical Sensors are industrial and commercial gas sensing modules. The sensors have an operating temperature range of -30°C to 50°C and 15% to 90% RH humidity (non-condensing) range. These SGX-7x sensors are available in an industry-standard 31.5mm diameter package and are ideal for fixed devices. Amphenol SGX Sensortech SGX-7x Electrochemical Sensors applications include oil and gas, petrochemicals, steelworks, wastewater, and indoor air quality.

  • Sensor Type: Carbon Monoxide (CO)
  • Operating Supply Voltage: 1.3V
  • Current Rating: 1A
  • Maximum Operating Temperature: +50C
  • Minimum Operating Temperature: -30C
  • Mounting Style: Through Hole
  • Range: 0-1000ppm
  • Output Signal: 100 ± 20 nA/ppm
  • Typical Baseline Range (pure air): <±2 ppm CO equivalent
  • Maximum Overload: 2000ppm
  • Diameter: 31.5mm
  • Height: 15.5mm

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  • How do I interface this sensor with a microcontroller such as an Arduino?

    • Hi there, it sounds like you are looking for technical assistance. Please use the link in the banner above, to get started with posting a topic in our forums. Our technical support team will do their best to assist you.

      From the datasheet, you are supposed to reference the application note (now linked in the documents section). That being said, if you can't figure it out from the datasheet and application note, you may want to look at a more documented sensor like the MQ-7.

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