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FIGARO

PRODUCT INFORMATION
Applications: Features:
TGS 2201 - for detection of Gasoline and Diesel Exhaust Gas
Element 1 - Diesel exhaust gas
A major component of diesel exhaust gas is NOx. The figure
below represents typical sensitivity characteristics for Element
1, all data having been gathered at standard test conditions (see
reverse side of this sheet). The Y-axis is indicated as sensor
resistance ratio (Rs/Ro) which is defined as follows:
Rs = Sensor resistance in displayed gases at
various concentrations
Ro = Sensor resistance in clean air
Element 2 - Gasoline exhaust gas
Gasoline exhaust gas typically contains CO, H2, and uncom-
busted hydrocarbons. The figure below represents typical
sensitivity characteristics for Element 2, all data having been
gathered at standard test conditions (see reverse side of this
sheet). The Y-axis is indicated as sensor resistance ratio (Rs/
Ro) which is defined as follows:
Rs = Sensor resistance in displayed gases at
various concentrations
Ro = Sensor resistance in clean air
* Automobile ventilation control
The sensing element is comprised of a metal oxide semiconductor layer formed
on an alumina substrate of a sensing chip together with an integrated heater.
In the presence of a detectable gas, the sensor's conductivity changes
depending on the gas concentration in the air. A simple electrical circuit can
convert the change in conductivity to an output signal which corresponds to the
gas concentration.
The TGS 2201 contains two independent sensing elements on one substrate
and produces separate output signals for responding to diesel and gasoline
exhaust gases. This feature makes TGS2201 is an ideal senor for application
in automatic damper control systems for automobile ventilation.
* Dual sensor element
* High sensitivity to exhaust gases emitted
by both gasoline and diesel-fueled
engines
* Long life and low cost
* Uses simple electrical circuit
Sensitivity Characteristics: Sensitivity Characteristics:
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While ethanol is not a component of gasoline exhaust,
its sensitivity curve is considered representative of
various uncombusted hydrocarbons.
IMPORTANT NOTE: OPERATING CONDITIONS IN WHICH FIGARO SENSORS ARE USED WILL VARY WITH EACH CUSTOMERS SPECIFIC APPLICATIONS. FIGARO STRONGLY
RECOMMENDS CONSULTING OUR TECHNICAL STAFF BEFORE DEPLOYING FIGARO SENSORS IN YOUR APPLICATION AND, IN PARTICULAR, WHEN CUSTOMERS TARGET GASES
ARE NOT LISTED HEREIN. FIGARO CANNOT ASSUME ANY RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY USE OF ITS SENSORS IN A PRODUCT OR APPLICATION FOR WHICH SENSOR HAS NOT BEEN
SPECIFICALLY TESTED BY FIGARO.
Structure and Dimensions:
Basic Measuring Circuit:
The sensor requires two voltage inputs:
heater voltage (VH) and circuit voltage
(VC). The heater voltage (VH) is applied
to the integrated heater in order to
maintain the sensing element at a
specific temperature which is optimal
for sensing. Vc is applied to measure
output voltages VRL1 and VRL2 across
RL1 and RL2 respectively. Each of these
load resistors are connected in series to
their corresponding sensing elements.
A common power supply circuit can be
used for both VC and VH to fulfill the
sensor's electrical requirements. The
value of the load resistor (RL) should be
chosen to optimize the alarm threshold
value, keeping power dissipation (PS)
of the semiconductor below a limit of
15mW. Power dissipation (PS) will be
highest when the value of Rs is equal to
RL on exposure to gas.
The value of power dissipation (PS) can
be calculated by utilizing the following
formula:
Sensor resistance (Rs) is calculated with
a measured value of VRL by using the
following formula:
Specifications:
r e b m u n l e d o M 1 0 2 2 S G T
e p y t t n e m e l e g n i s n e S 2 S
e g a k c a p d r a d n a t S ) 3 P ( c i t s a l P
s e s a g t e g r a T
t s u a h x e l e s e i D
O N , O N ( 2)
t s u a h x e e n i l o s a G
H , O C ( 2 ) C H ,
e g n a r n o i t c e t e d l a c i p y T m p p 0 1 ~ 1 . 0 m p p 0 0 0 , 1 ~ 0 1
t i u c r i c d r a d n a t S
s n o i t i d n o c
e g a t l o v r e t a e H VH 0 . 7 C D V 5 3 . 0
e g a t l o v t i u c r i C VC s P , . x a M C D V 0 . 5 1 W m 5 1
e c n a t s i s e r d a o L RL s P , e l b a i r a V W m 5 1
l a c i r t c e l E
s c i t s i r e t c a r a h c
t s e t d r a d n a t s r e d n u
s n o i t i d n o c
r e t a e H
e c n a t s i s e r
RH 5 6 6 . p m e t m o o r t a
t n e r r u c r e t a e H IH A m 2 7
r e w o p r e t a e H
n o i t p m u s n o c
PH
W m 5 0 5
VH C D V 0 . 7 =
r o s n e S
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s R k 0 5 2 * * r i a n i k 5 2 * * r i a n i
y t i v i t i s n e S
) s R f o o i t a r e g n a h c (
) 2 O N f o m p p 3 . 0 ( s R
) r i a ( s R
) 2 H f o m p p 0 1 ( s R
) r i a ( s R
t s e t d r a d n a t S
s n o i t i d n o c
s n o i t i d n o c s a g t s e T
r i A
0 2 t a 5 6 , C 2 H R % 5
s n o i t i d n o c t i u c r i C
RL k 0 0 2 = % 1 RL k 0 . 0 1 = % 1
VC 0 . 7 = V , C D V 2 . 0 H 0 . 7 = C D V 2 . 0
d o i r e p g n i n o i t i d n o C
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1 2 3 4
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Stainless
steel gauze
Plastic cap
Sensing element 1
Lead frame
unit : mm
Pin connection
1: Sensor electrode 1(-)
2: Common(+)
3: Sensor electrode 2(-)
4: Heater(-)
Sensing element 2
=2.5** =0.35**
** Typical values for reference only - final specifications to be determined.
VC
VH
VRL2
RL1
GAS
1
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3
RL2
VRL1
(+)
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PS = RS = x RL
VC - VRL
VRL
(VC - VRL)
2
RS
REV: 9/99
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