Saturday, August 5, 2017

MQ gas sensor correlation coefficients

I've have talk about MQ sensors here:
http://davidegironi.blogspot.it/2017/05/mq-gas-sensor-correlation-function.html

In the post linked above I've discuss a method to correlate the sensor resistance to a gas ppm using the datasheet curve named "sensitivity characteristics of the MQ-135" and the formula:
ppm=a*(Rs/Ro)^b.
Someone ask me about sensor and correlation coefficients of various gasses, so here I will post some correlation coefficient for the a few MQ sensor and gasses.

sensor gas a b min Rs/Ro max Rs/Ro
MQ2 LPG 591.283 -2.076502 0.256166 1.68543
MQ3 alcohol 0.3923202 -1.493249 0.1143375 2.497754
MQ4 CH4 1041.333 -2.729007 0.4365277 1.830508
MQ5 CH4 217.4972 -2.422111 0.2058715 1.035233
MQ6 LPG 940.2178 -2.521573 0.3915661 1.847477
MQ7 H2 64.86522 -1.405261 0.05323301 1.203488
MQ8 H2 1079.683 -0.6416874 0.03115283 13.84067
MQ135 CO2 110.3794 -2.721706 0.8038119 2.416431

Those values have been found using the method proposed in the above post, and the figures posted below.
In order to use the correlation function, you now need to compute the Ro value. You can find this value reading the sensor resistance at a know amount of ppm, compy in the gases ppm limits of the datasheet, and then use this formula:
Ro=Rs*(a/ppm)^(1/b).

Those are the
 - collected points: https://bitbucket.org/snippets/davidegironi/z9AMEr/mq-gas-sensor-correlation-coefficients
that has been processes using the following
 - R script: https://gist.github.com/davidegironi/b7be6b7cace6b475dd42c48c3e62fcf4










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