Grove CO2 Sensor
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Grove CO2 Sensor: infrared technology at the service of the environment
Are you working on a Grove prototyping project, and want to be able to accurately measure the CO2 in the air? The 101020067 CO2 Sensor features one of the most effective infrared technologies; its infrared sensors are capable of determining carbon dioxide levels with a resolution of 1 ppm in a range of 0 to 2000 ppm (parts per million), with an accuracy of +/-200 ppm. The MH-Z16 CO2 Sensor also has a temperature compensator and a temperature sensor for greater accuracy.
Grove 101020067 Sensor: ease of use
Grove systems are equated with rapid, solder-free prototyping; the 101020067 CO2 Sensor is no exception to this rule with its UART output, which makes it very easy to use.
Be aware when analysing your data that the concentration of CO2 in a room is measured according to a precise set of values. 350 ppm correspond to an open-air CO2 concentration. At 1000 ppm and above, the CO2 concentration is such that you have the impression the air is polluted. 4000 ppm is the kind of level measured in a poorly ventilated room.
Technical specifications of the infrared Grove CO2 Sensor
- Effective from 0 to 2000 ppm
- Resolution: 1 ppm for 0–2000 ppm
- Accuracy: 200 ppm
- Warm-up time: 3 min.
- Response time: 90 sec.
- Effective from 0 to 50 °C, between 0 and 90% relative humidity
- Storage temperature: 20–60 °C
- Operating voltage: 4.5–6 Vdc
- Max power:
- UART output
Ressources for the Grove CO2 Sensor
You will find resources to get started quickly with the infrared Grove CO2 sensor