The hydrogen chloride electrochemical gas sensor utilizes the principle of electrochemical gas detection and adopts a three-electrode structure design. The device has a built-in high-precision electrochemical gas sensor, which oxidizes or reduces hydrogen chloride gas at the electrode to form a current, and the hydrogen chloride gas concentration can be determined by detecting the current size. The sulfur dioxide sensor has high-precision amplification, denoising, and temperature compensation. Electrochemical hydrogen chloride sensor has the characteristics of high response accuracy and good consistency.
Detection principle: electrochemistry
HCl measurement accuracy: ≤±3% of reading (25℃)
Response time: T90≤15S
Operating temperature: -10-50℃
Equipment working humidity: 15-90%RH
Power consumption: ≤0.2W