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MQ306A

MQ306A

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HANWEI ELETRONICS CO.,LTD MQ-306Ahttp://www.hwsensor.com 
TEL: 86-371-67169070 67169080 FAX: 86-371-67169090 E-mail:sales@hwsensor.com
 
GAS SENSOR
MQ306A
 
for FLAMMABLE GAS
 
* High sensitivity* Low power consumption* Miniature-size
 
The MQ-306A is a tin dioxide semiconductor gassensor which has a high sensitivity to Flammable Gaswith quick response speed. This model is suitable forLPG,LNG, iso-butane,propane,H
2
detection such asportable gas detector.
Structure
Gas sensitive semiconductor material is a mini bead type and a heater coil and electrode wire are embeddedin the element. The sensing element is installed in the metal housing which uses double stainless steel mesh (100mesh) in the path of gas flow. The mesh is an anti-explosion feature(Fig 1).
 
Operating conditions
Fig 2 shows the standard operating ciruit for this model. Thechange of the sensor resistance (R
S
) is obtained as the change ofthe output voltage across the fixed or variable resistor (R
L
). In orderto obtain the best performance and specified characteristics, thevalues of the heater voltage (V
H
) circuit voltage (V
C
) and loadresistance (R
L
) must be within the range of values given in thestandard operating conditions shown in the Specification table on thenext page.
Sensitivity characteristics
Fig 3 shows the sensitivity characteristics curves of the MQ-306A(typical data). Sensitivity characteristics of the gas sensors areexpressed by the relationship between the sensor resistance and gasconcentration. The sensor resistance decreases with an increase of gasconcentration based on a logarithmic function.

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