110-406 P Package Datasheet by SPEC Sensors, LLC

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3 3SP_O3_5 P Package 110-406
August 2017
PRODUCTION DATA information is current as of publication date.
Products conform to specifications per the terms of the SPEC Copyright © 2011-2017, SPEC Sensors LLC
Sensors standard warranty. Production processing does not
necessarily include testing of all parameters.
15x15 O3 Sensor 5 ppm Pinned Package 110-406
BENEFITS
• Small Size with Low Profile (20x20x3 mm)
• Long Life (10 years expected life)
• Fast Response (< 15 seconds)
• Low Power Consumption
• Individually Calibrated (NIST Traceable)
• ROHS Compliant
Improved stability and ppb performance
APPLICATIONS
Air Quality Monitoring
Industrial Safety
Air Purification Control
NOTE: Has 1:1 cross sensitivity to NO2
DESCRIPTION
SPEC’s printed electrochemical gas sensors offer high performance at a fraction of the price. SPEC’s
printed sensors are also ultra-thin, offering easy integration into wireless, portable, and networked
solutions. These sensors are ideal for health, environmental, industrial and residential monitoring,
because of their high performance, low cost and small size.
Measurement Range
0 to 5 ppm
Lower Detection Limit**
< 20 ppb (instrumentation dependent)
Resolution**
< 20 ppb (instrumentation dependent)
Response Time
< 15 seconds typical
Sensitivity nA/ppm @ 5ppm
-60 +/- 10 nA/ppm
Expected Operating Life
> 5 years (10 years @ 23+/-3C; 40+/-10% RH)
Operating Temperature Range
-30 to 50 C (-20 to 40 C continuous)
Operating Humidity Range non-condensing
0 to 100% RH (15 to 95% continuous)
Power Consumption
10 to 50 uW (circuit & ambient O3 dependent)
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3 3SP_O3_5 P Package 110-406
August 2017
PRODUCTION DATA information is current as of publication date.
Products conform to specifications per the terms of the SPEC Copyright © 2011-2017, SPEC Sensors LLC
Sensors standard warranty. Production processing does not
necessarily include testing of all parameters.
CROSS SENSITIVITY
Gas/Vapor
Concentration
Typical Response PPM O3
Methane
500 ppm
< 0.05
Nitrogen Dioxide
5 ppm
5
Hydrogen Sulfide
25 ppm
-12.5
Carbon Monoxide
400 ppm
< 0.05
Ozone
5 ppm
5
Chlorine
10 ppm
10
n-Heptane
500 ppm
-0.2
TEMPERATURE EFFECT
Temperature fluctuations have a predictable, easily compensated effect on the sensor signal. The figures
at below shows the typical Temperature dependency the output and baseline of 3SP_O3_5 sensor. This
information was collected under constant humidity of 40-50 % RH. It is a very uniform and repeatable
effect, easily compensated for in hardware or software.
Effect of Temperature on Sensitivity Effect of Temperature on Zero
**Response of sensor to ozone
concentrations from 0ppb O3 to
500ppb O3.
Use of SPEC circuit reduces noise
to 10 ppb; additional measures
may further reduce noise. Offset of
800 counts is due to intentional
AFE circuit electronic offset.
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3 3SP_O3_5 P Package 110-406
August 2017
PRODUCTION DATA information is current as of publication date.
Products conform to specifications per the terms of the SPEC Copyright © 2011-2017, SPEC Sensors LLC
Sensors standard warranty. Production processing does not
necessarily include testing of all parameters.
IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS
All sensor designs are made for air monitoring @ 1 atm +/- 0.2 atm. Because applications of use and
device implementation are outside our control, SPEC Sensors cannot guarantee performance in a given
device or application, and disclaims any and all liability therefore. Customers should test under their
own conditions to ensure the sensors are suitable for their requirements.
Contact the factory to discuss specific concerns that might damage the sensor performance or life.
Condensation and Water (1)
Salt Water Contamination (1)
High Temperature Operation (> 70C) for more than 1 month
Low Humidity Operation (< 15% RH) for more than 3 months
High Bias voltage
Highly contaminated air over a prolonged period
High levels of particles or soot (unless proper filtering is provided)
(1) Use of porous PTFE membrane or filter cap may address this concern)
MARKING INFORMATION
Sensors have serial numbers printed with individual NIST Traceable calibration data printed on each
sensor. (CO version shown)
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DIMENSIONS
PCB LAYOUT GUIDELINES
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August 2017
PRODUCTION DATA information is current as of publication date.
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necessarily include testing of all parameters.
SENSOR STORAGE, HANDLING AND SOLDERING
This information embodies various general recommendations concerning the storage, handling, and manual soldering
conditions for SPEC SENSORS CSPEC Modules. It is only applicable for modules guaranteed by SPEC SENSORS
stated in SPEC SENSORS Sensor Specification Sheet. Moreover, SPEC SENSORS' modules are NOT warranted
and should NOT be used in high temperature soldering (reflow) or pre-tinning baths.
Sensor & Module Handling
Handle sensors with care. Take precautions, including but not limited to the following:
A. DO NOT apply excessive pressure to the top or bottom of the sensor module.
B. Whenever possible, handle or make contact with the sensor module from the sides of the PCB or substrate.
C. Light vacuum pressure is possible during handling, DO NOT apply vacuum over gas sensor port.
D. If the sealed sensor package is opened, DO NOT re-seal using vacuum or nitrogen gas. DO NOT reseal with
desiccant.
E. DO NOT obstruct the gas sensor port by making direct contact with any tape, apparatus, weights, etc.
F. DO NOT use silicone or other conformal coatings around the sensor or gas port-holes.
G. Operators are requested to wear powder free antistatic gloves.
Manufacturing Assembly Floor Environment
SPEC SENSORS recommends that the manufacturing assembly floor environment be maintained at controlled
conditions:
A. Temperature: 18 - 26°C
B. Relative Humidity: 40 to 60%
C. Pressure: 1.0 ± 0.2 atm
Sensor & Module Storage Conditions
The shelf life for sealed, packaged components is 12 months from the pack seal date, when stored in the factory-
sealed bag under the following conditions:
A. Temperature: 5 to 25 °C
B. Relative Humidity: 20 to 80%
C. Pressure: 1.0 ± 0.2 atm
D. Storage Time: 12 months
When moving from Storage Conditions to the Manufacturing Assembly Floor Environment, the sensors should be
allowed to equilibrate at the new conditions for at least 24 hours prior to manufacturing.
Module Attach Soldering Process
Hand solder only. Keep the soldering iron or solder process tool away from the sensor. The sensor should not see
pre-heat temperatures above 70 °C. There have been suggested cases where a heat sink cover over the sensor may
be applicable to protect the sensor during processing. No Application notes to this approach available. Only to be
used as reference only.
A. DO NOT heat sensor above 70 °C
B. Hand or peripheral process type approach
C. Use solder wire alloy with the lowest possible eutectic temperature
D. Use lowest possible soldering iron temperature
E. Contact the host board with the soldering iron at a 45° angle on the solder pad
F. Keep the soldering iron away from the top and bottom of the sensor module
G. DO NOT place in reflow, wave or IR reflow type processes
H. DO NOT place mounted board In a wash

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