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Electronic Hydrogen Sulfide Sensors

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This page collects information about using electronic sensors for detecting hydrogen sulfide.

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Arduino-based sensor prototype

Our first prototype used a digital sensor for hydrogen sulfide connected to an #arduino. Advantages of this system is that data from the sensor could be logged over time and that tool is reusable and portable. However the Figaro TGS 825 sensor itself is relatively expensive--approximately $60 for an individual sensor and $40 in bulk.


Arduino and Industrial H2S Sensor

Research notes

Title Author Updated Likes
Temperature and humidity sensors to correct H2S sensor @warren almost 7 years ago
Hydrogen sulfide detection for fart detector @warren almost 7 years ago
The arduino patch for detecting Hydrogen Sulfide @bha almost 7 years ago
Arduino + Figaro hydrogen sulfide sensor @warren almost 7 years ago
Prototype H2S sensor @warren almost 7 years ago


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