Introduction: Ammonia, a hazardous gas often found in industrial and agricultural settings, requires careful monitoring to ensure the safety of workers and the environment. With the advancement in sensor technology, XDB Sensor introduces its state-of-the-art Ammonia Sensor, designed to provide accurate and reliable detection of ammonia concentration. This article will highlight the features, specifications, installation instructions, and communication protocol of the sensor, demonstrating its effectiveness in various applications.
Feature-rich and Accurate: The Ammonia Sensor from XDB Sensor incorporates a highly sensitive gas detection probe as its core detection device. This enables the sensor to offer exceptional performance with its wide measurement range, high accuracy, good linearity, and stability. Whether you need to measure low or high concentrations of ammonia, this sensor delivers precise results, ensuring the safety of your facility and personnel.
Ease of Use and Installation: XDB Sensor has designed the Ammonia Sensor with user convenience in mind. The sensor is easy to use and install, making it suitable for a variety of applications. The compact dimensions of 8511044mm allow for flexible installation options. Additionally, the long transmission distance of the sensor enables seamless integration into your existing monitoring system.
Robust Specifications: To provide you with a comprehensive overview, here are the key parameters and specifications of the Ammonia Sensor:
- Supply Voltage: 10~30V DC
- Output Signal: 485
- Temperature Range: -40℃ ~ +80℃
- Humidity Range: 0~100%RH
- Stability: ≤ 2% signal value per month
- Response Time: 50, 100ppm ≤ 90S; 500ppm ≤ 25S
- Service Life: ≥ 12 months
- Accuracy: 0
50ppm (high accuracy) ±8%; 0100ppm (high accuracy) ±8%; 0~500ppm: ±5%FS (@100ppm, 25℃,50%RH)
- O2 Content: ≥18%VOL
- Resolution Ratio: 0-50ppm: 0.1ppm; 0-100, 0-500ppm: 1ppm
Installation and Connection: The Ammonia Sensor can be easily installed using the provided self-tapping screws and expansion plugs. The wiring connection requires attention to detail to ensure proper functioning. The supply voltage should be within the range of 10-30V DC, and the 485 signal lines (A/B) must not be reversed. Moreover, when multiple devices are connected in a bus system, their addresses should not conflict.
Communication Protocol: The sensor utilizes a robust communication protocol for data exchange. The inquiry frame and ACK frame structures define the information flow between the host and the sensor. The communication parameters include code, parity bit, data bit, and stop bit, which can be customized based on your requirements. The article provides examples of various communication scenarios, such as device address modification and reading ammonia values.
Conclusion: XDB Sensor's Ammonia Sensor sets a new standard for accurate and reliable detection of ammonia concentration. With its advanced features, wide measurement range, and high accuracy, this sensor ensures the safety of personnel and the environment. Its ease of use, installation convenience, and long transmission distance make it an ideal choice for various industrial and agricultural applications. Trust XDB Sensor to provide cutting-edge sensor solutions that meet your needs and exceed your expectations.