Gas Sensor Breakout Board - SR007

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SR007

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  • 5V DC or AC circuit
  • Requires heater voltage
  • Operation Temperature: -10 to 70 degrees C
  • Heater consumption: less than 750mW
  • Simple breakout board for the MQ - 3, MQ - 4 and MQ - 6gas sensors.
  • All you need is VCC at 5V, GND, and a resistor to an ADC, that is it.

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This carrier board is designed to work with any of the MQ-series gas sensors, simplifying the interface from 6 to 4 pins that are broken out with a 0.1" spacing, making the board compatible with 0.1" headers and standard breadboards and perf boards. The board has the same diameter (16.8 mm) as the smaller of the gas-sensor packages, allowing for a low-profile connection.

Features:

  • 5V DC or AC circuit
  • Requires heater voltage
  • Operation Temperature: -10 to 70 degrees C
  • Heater consumption: less than 750mW

Dimensions:

  • 16.8mm diameter
  • 9.3 mm height without the pins

Connections

  • Connect H1 and A1 to 5 V, GND to the ground, and B1 to an ADC input of your microcontroller.
  • A required (but not included) sensitivity-setting resistor, RL, should be connected between B1 and GND.
  • The resistance of RL should be calculated using the datasheet for your particular gas sensor.
  • The MQ gas sensors have light to no polarity, so the gas sensor will work with the board anyway it fits into the 6 pins.

Applications of Gas Sensor Breakout Board:

  • They are used in gas leakage detecting equipment in family and industry, are suitable for detecting of LPG, ISO-butane, propane, LNG, avoid the noise of alcohol and cooking fumes and cigarette smoke.
  • Multiple DIY Projects.

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Gas Sensor Breakout Board - SR007

Gas Sensor Breakout Board - SR007

  • 5V DC or AC circuit
  • Requires heater voltage
  • Operation Temperature: -10 to 70 degrees C
  • Heater consumption: less than 750mW
  • Simple breakout board for the MQ - 3, MQ - 4 and MQ - 6gas sensors.
  • All you need is VCC at 5V, GND, and a resistor to an ADC, that is it.

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