NAP-66A

Low-Cost Flammable Catalytic Propane/Buitane/LPG Gas Sensor

General Description:

The NAP-66A Gas Sensor is a low–cost Catalytic Flammable Gas Sensor designed for the detection and measurement of Propane, Butane, and LPG vapours in the range 0-50% LEL.

Developed primarily for use in Residential Gas Detectors, the NAP-66A has also been found to be useful in a wide variety of applications where reliable detection of gas or fuel leaks and other gas hazards is required at low cost.

The NAP-66A uses the superior catalytic “pellistor” detection principle often used in high quality Industrial Gas Detectors. It hence has many benefits over other low cost gas sensor types.

Specifications:

Features:

Detectable Gas:

Detection range:

Voltage supply:

Current drawn:

Typical Sensitivity:

Zero Offset (20oC):

Response time (90%):

Accuracy:

Expected lifetime:

Long Term Span Drift:

Long Term Zero Drift:

Propane/Butane/ LPG

0 – 50% LEL

2.0V +/- 0.2V

150mA +/- 10 mA

16mV@0.2% C4H10

0mV +/-  35mV

< 10seconds

+/- 1% LEL

> 3 years

<+/- 2% FSD/ month

<+/- 5mV / year

Operating Conditions:

Operating temperature:

Humidity range:

Pressure:

Temperature Drift (zero):

Linearity:

-10 to +50 oC

0 – 95% RH

0.9 – 1.1 atm

<+/- 2% LEL

Effectively linear to 0-100% LEL

 

  •        Measures flammability directly
  •        Highly resistant to Catalyst poisons
  •        High Output to Higher Hydrocarbons
  •        Effectively Linear output to 50%LEL
  •        Specific to flammable  gases
  •        Unaffected by Humidity
  •        Very Simple circuitry
  •        Very Low Long term drift