This propane gas sensor detects the concentrations of LPG, isobutane, and propane in the air and ouputs its reading as an analog voltage. The sensor can measure concentrations of 300 to 10,000 ppm.The sensor can operate at temperatures from -10 to 50°C and consumes less than 150 mA at 5 V. Please read the MQ6 datasheet (178k pdf) for more information about the sensor.
Connecting five volts across the heating (H) pins keeps the sensor hot enough to function correctly. Connecting five volts at either the A or B pins causes the sensor to emit an analog voltage on the other pins. A resistive load between the output pins and ground sets the sensitivity of the detector. Please note: that the picture in the datasheet for the top configuration is wrong. Both configurations have the same pinout consistent with the bottom configuration.The resistive load should be calibrated for your particular application using the equations in the datasheet, but a good starting value for the resistor is 20 kO.
We offer a Pololu breakout board that makes it easier to interface with these sensors.
This carrier board is designed to work with any of the MQ-series "gas sensors".
This semiconductor gas sensor detects the presence of combustible gas and smoke at concentrations from 300 to 10,000 ppm. The sensor's simple analog voltage interface requires only one analog input pin from your microcontroller.
100 pack of black UV resistant nylon with flexible tape section, pull tight and does not come undone. Length 6 inches.
This is a fully assembled, second-generation LT2 robot platform. We use the same chassis in our tactical LT2. It's similar to our HD2 treaded robot, but it's lighter.