CO2 gas sensor ACDS-1001
NDIRfor automotive

CO2 gas sensor
CO2 gas sensor
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Characteristics

Gas type
CO2
Technology
NDIR
Applications
for automotive
Measuring range (ppm)

40,000 unit

Description

Introduction ACDS-1001 is CO2 sensor based on NDIR (non-dispersive infrared) technology. The dual channel diffusion sampling method makes it applicable for automotive HVAC automatic control system.It enables the constant cabin fresh air supply and improves the cabin comfort. At the same time, it can also be applied to automotive air conditioner refrigerant leakage monitoring to ensure the automobile system safety. The sensor has advantages of high accuracy, fast response, no cross interference, low power consumption and long lifetime. Features 1.NDIR (non-dispersive infrared) dual channel technology 2.Wide measurement range, up to 40000ppm 3.High accuracy for whole measurement and temperature range 4.Fast response: T90≤25s 5.No cross interference,stable perfomance 6.Low power consumption in μA level 7.Vehicle-level (AEC-Q compliance) mature circuit design for harsh vehicle environment 8.15+ years lifetime Specifications • Operating principle: NDIR(dual channel non-dispersive Infrared) technology • Target gas: CO2 (carbon dioxide) • Measurement range:0~40000ppm • Resolution:1ppm • Accuracy: ±(50ppm+5% of reading)for 0~10000ppm ±(100ppm+10% of reading)for 10000~40000ppm • Response time: T90≤25s • Working temperature:-40~+85℃,0-99%RH (non-condensing) • Storage temperature:-40~+95℃,0-99%RH (non-condensing) • Power supply: 9~16 VDC, standard voltage +12 VDC • Working current:≤100mA @+12VDC • Standby current:≤100μA • Communication:LIN • IP grade:IP54 • Dimension:67*55.2*19.5 (mm)

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