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The Gas Sensor Detector Module MQ-135 is a versatile sensor designed for detecting a wide range of gases including benzene, alcohol, smoke, and other harmful gases. It utilizes a tin dioxide (SnO2) semiconductor gas sensor along with a heater coil and an analog-to-digital converter. The module provides accurate gas detection and is commonly used in air quality monitoring, industrial safety, and environmental applications. With its high sensitivity and stable performance, the MQ-135 sensor module offers a reliable solution for detecting and monitoring various hazardous gases.

      Gas Sensor Detector Module MQ 135

      SKU: 137
      ₹150.00 Regular Price
      ₹110.00Sale Price
      • Specification

        • Gas Detection: Benzene, alcohol, smoke, harmful gases, etc.
        • Sensing Element: Tin dioxide (SnO2) semiconductor gas sensor
        • Operating Voltage: Typically 5V DC
        • Heater Resistance: 31 Ω ± 3 Ω at room temperature
        • Load Resistance: Adjustable via potentiometer
        • Dimensions: Compact size, varies depending on the module


        • Power Supply: Connect the VCC pin of the module to the 5V pin of the microcontroller or power supply.
        • Ground: Connect the GND pin of the module to the ground (GND) pin of the microcontroller or power supply.
        • Analog Output: Connect the AOUT pin of the module to an analog input pin of the microcontroller or ADC (Analog-to-Digital Converter) module.
        • Load Resistance Adjustment: Adjust the potentiometer on the module to set the load resistance for optimal sensitivity.
        • Coding: Write the microcontroller code to read the analog gas detection values from the module and perform appropriate actions or display the readings.
        • Calibration: Calibrate the sensor according to the specific gas being detected and the sensor's specifications (refer to the datasheet or documentation).
        • Testing: Expose the gas sensor to the target gas and observe the readings or trigger actions based on the gas concentration.
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