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MinIR/ExplorIR-M Low Power NDIR Carbon Dioxide Sensor

Post Date:

2018/12/18 16:38:59

Expired Date:

2019/03/18 23:59:59

Trade Leads Category:

Gas Sensors

Company Info

Shenzhen Week Technology Ltd.
Contact Person: Yan Zhang
Address: 16 Floor, Building #3, Zhongke Mansion, Gaoxin South 1St Rd, Hi-Tech Park, Nanshan
City: SHENZHEN
State/Province: GUANGDONG
Country/Region: China (mainland)
Zip/Post Code: 518067


Details

MinIR™ sensor 
Low Power Carbon Dioxide Sensor 
 
MinIR is an ultra low power (3.5mW 4 ), high performance CO 2  sensor, ideally suited for battery operation and portable instruments. Based on patented IR LED and Detector technology and innovative optical designs, MinIR is a third generation product from Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd – leaders in IR LED CO 2 sensing.
 
    ● Ultra-low Power 3.5mW
    ● Measurement ranges from 0 to 100%
    ● 3.3V supply.
    ● Peak current only 33mA.
    ● Compact 20mm diameter package
 

Low Power Carbon Dioxide Sensor (NDIR CO2 Sensor) MinIR Specifications

General Performance

Warm-up Time

< 10s. 1.2 secs to first reading.

Operating Conditions

0°C to 50°C (Standard)

0 to 95% RH non-condensing

Recommended Storage

-30°C to +70°C

CO2 Measurement

Sensing Method

Non-dispersive infrared (NDIR) absorption

Patented Gold-plated optics

Patented Solid-state source and detector

Sample Method

Diffusion

Measurement Range

0-5%, 0-20%, 0-60%, 0-100%

Accuracy

±70 ppm +/- 5% of reading

Non Linearity

< 1% of FS

Pressure Dependence

0.1% of reading per mbar in normal atmospheric conditions.

Operating Pressure Range

950 mbar to 1050 mbar

Response Time

10 secs to 3 mins (Configurable via filter type and application)

Reading refreshed twice per second.

Electrical/ Mechanical

Power Input

3.25 to 5.5V. (3.3V recommended).

Peak Current 33mA.

Average Current <1.5mA.

Power Consumption

3.5mW


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