1 DESCRIPTION The is an ultra-low power NDIR CO 2 sensor using state-of-the-art solid-state LED optical technology. The low power LEDs are manufactured in-house, giving GSS complete control of the CO 2 sensor signal chain. The uniquely allows users to reduce power consumption of the CO 2 measurement to unprecedented levels. The CO 2 module is designed to be power cycled when not in use. The sensor is designed to allow the user to wake up the unit from a dormant state and take a reading, and then power down it completely. This reduces the power consumption of the sensor to zero when dormant. The sensor is designed to be power cycled, where the sensor is only powered-up for the duration of the measurement, and then powered down again to save power for battery powered or wireless interface applications. FEATURES Ultra-low power CO 2 sensor (60uW per reading, 60s, npulse = 1) 30ppm typical measurement accuracy Solid state NDIR LED optical technology UART or I 2 C control and data interface Designed for power-cycling Built-in auto-zeroing APPLICATIONS Air Quality and HVAC Building management systems (BMS) Demand-Controlled Ventilation (DCV) systems IoT and Smart Technology wireless equipment Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) equipment The also features a built-in autozero function that maintains CO 2 measurement accuracy over the lifetime of the product. BLOCK DIAGRAM Page 1 For regular updates, go to Copyright 2021 Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd.
2 TABLE OF CONTENTS DESCRIPTION... 1 FEATURES... 1 APPLICATIONS... 1 BLOCK DIAGRAM... 1 ORDERING INFORMATION... 4 PACKAGE DRAWING WITH PINS... 5 PIN-OUT DESCRIPTION WITH LEADS... 6 SENSOR CONNECTION DIAGRAM WITH PINS... 6 PACKAGE DRAWING NO PINS... 7 PIN-OUT DESCRIPTION NO PINS... 8 SENSOR CONNECTION DIAGRAM NO PINS... 8 ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS... 9 RECOMMENDED OPERATING CONDITIONS... 9 PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS POWER CONSUMPTION METHOD OF OPERATION DATA READY MEASUREMENT CYCLE DIGITAL FILTER SETTING ZERO POINT SETTING ZERO IN A KNOWN GAS CONCENTRATION ZERO IN NITROGEN ZERO IN FRESH AIR ZERO POINT ADJUSTMENT (not available in I 2 C interface mode) AUTO-ZERO FUNCTION AUTO-ZERO LEVEL AUTO-ZERO INTERVALS ALTITUDE COMPENSATION SELECTION OF CONTROL INTERFACE CONTROL INTERFACE TIMING - I 2 C MODE I 2 C INTERFACE MODE WRITING TO AN I 2 C REGISTER READING FROM AN I 2 C REGISTER I 2 C REGISTER MAP SUMMARY CO 2 LEVEL MEASUREMENT VALUE CALIBRATION ZERO CONTROL ZERO IN FRESH AIR ZERO IN A KNOWN GAS CONCENTRATION AUTO-ZERO CYCLES SERIAL NUMBER npulse AUTO-ZERO CONTROL Page 2 For regular updates, go to Copyright 2021 Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd.
3 ALTITUDE COMPENSATION CONNECTION DIAGRAM FOR I 2 C INTERFACE UART INTERFACE MODE CONTROL INTERFACE TIMING - UART MODE UART COMMAND PROTOCOL UART OPERATION UART INTERFACE SUMMARY CO 2 LEVEL MEASUREMENT VALUE - Z INFORMATION (0x5A) CO 2 MEASUREMENT Z SCALING FACTOR UART MODE COMMAND (0x2E) npulse SETTING UART MODE A COMMAND (0x41) a COMMAND (0x61) ZERO POINT CALIBRATION COMMANDS UART MODE G COMMAND (0x47) U COMMAND (0x55) u COMMAND (0x75) X COMMAND (0x58) P COMMAND - CO 2 Level for Auto-Zero P COMMAND CO 2 Level for Zero-Point Setting ALTITUDE PRESSURE COMPENSATION [ COMMAND (0x5B) ] COMMAND (0x5D) AUTO-ZERO INTERVAL UART MODE... COMMAND (0x2E) SERIAL NUMBER AND FIRMWARE VERSION UART MODE Y COMMAND (0x59) CONNECTION DIAGRAM FOR UART INTERFACE IMPORTANT NOTICE ADDRESS REVISION HISTORY Page 3 For regular updates, go to Copyright 2021 Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd.
4 ORDERING INFORMATION COZIR-BLINK-X-X X X Blank N Measurement Range 2000ppm 5000ppm 10,000ppm (1%) Package Option With pins No pins Notes: 1. Sensors are shipped individually or in trays 2. Tray quantity = 50 See separate data sheet for evaluation kit options. Page 4 For regular updates, go to Copyright 2021 Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd.
5 PACKAGE DRAWING WITH PINS Bottom View Weight = 2.5g Page 5 For regular updates, go to Copyright 2021 Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd.
6 PIN-OUT DESCRIPTION WITH LEADS PIN NAME TYPE DESCRIPTION 1 GND Supply Sensor ground 2 VDD Supply Sensor supply voltage 3 Rx_In Digital Input UART Receive Input 4 Tx_Out Digital Output UART Transmit Output 5 NC Unused Do not connect 6 READY Digital Output Data ready pin. Pulsed high when data ready 7 NC Unused Do not connect 8 NC Unused Do not connect 9 NC Unused Do not connect 10 I2C_ENABLE Digital Input Set low for I 2 C interface mode. Leave floating to select UART interface mode. Pin status detected at power on. 11 I2C_SCL Digital Input I 2 C serial clock input. Open drain, external 4.7kΩ resistor pulled high to VDD required 12 I2C_SDA Digital Input/Output I 2 C serial data input/output. Open drain, external 4.7kΩ resistor pulled high to VDD required SENSOR CONNECTION DIAGRAM WITH PINS VDD 4.7kΩ 4.7kΩ Sensor Power Control VDD I2C_SDA CozIR-Blink I2C_SCL READY SDA SCL Input I2C MASTER GND I2C_ENABLE Connect to GND for I2C mode, or leave floating for UART mode Page 6 For regular updates, go to Copyright 2021 Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd.
7 PACKAGE DRAWING NO PINS Weight = ~2.5g Top View Page 7 For regular updates, go to Copyright 2021 Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd.
8 PIN-OUT DESCRIPTION NO PINS PIN NAME TYPE DESCRIPTION 1 GND Supply Sensor ground 2 VDD Supply Sensor supply voltage 3 NC Unused Do not connect (For internal use only) 4 VDD1 Supply Sensor supply voltage 5 NC Unused Do not connect 6 READY Digital Output Data ready pin. Pulsed high when data ready 7 NC Unused Do not connect 8 I2C_ENABLE Digital Input Set low for I 2 C interface mode. Leave floating to select UART interface mode. Pin status detected at power on. 9 I2C_SCL Digital Input I 2 C serial clock input. Open drain, external 4.7kΩ resistor pulled high to VDD required 10 I2C_SDA Digital Input/Output I 2 C serial data input/output. Open drain, external 4.7kΩ resistor pulled high to VDD required 11 Tx_Out Digital Output UART Transmit Output 12 Rx_In Digital Input UART Receive Input SENSOR CONNECTION DIAGRAM NO PINS VDD 4.7kΩ 4.7kΩ Sensor Power Control VDD VDD1 I2C_SDA CozIR-Blink No Pins I2C_SCL READY SDA SCL Input I2C MASTER GND I2C_ENABLE Connect to GND for I2C mode, or leave floating for UART mode Page 8 For regular updates, go to Copyright 2021 Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd.
9 ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS Absolute Maximum Ratings are stress ratings only. Permanent damage to the may be caused by continuously operating at or beyond these limits. The functional operating limits and guaranteed performance specifications are given at the test conditions specified. ESD Sensitive Device. This sensor uses ESD sensitive components. It is therefore generically susceptible to damage from excessive static voltages. Proper ESD precautions must be taken during handling and storage of this device. CONDITION MIN MAX Supply Voltages -0.3V +6.0V Voltage Range Digital Inputs GND -0.3V 5V Operating Temperature Range (T a ) 0 C +50 C Storage Temperature Range -40 C +70 C Humidity Range (RH), noncondensing 0 95% Operating Ambient Pressure Range 500mbar 2bar RECOMMENDED OPERATING CONDITIONS PARAMETER SYMBOL MIN TYP MAX UNIT Supply VDD/VDD V Ground GND 0 V Page 9 For regular updates, go to Copyright 2021 Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd.
10 PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS Test Conditions Unless Otherwise Specified VDD/VDD1 = 3.3V, GND = 0V. CO2 = 450ppm, RH = 0% non-condensing, T= 25 C, Pressure = 1013mbar, npulse = 16 PARAMETER SYMBOL TEST CONDITIONS CO 2 measurement range C ±(30, +3% CO 2 RMS Noise Time to Valid Measurement After Power-On 0 C to +50 C, after C 16 pulses per reading. Dependent on number of pulses per reading MIN TYP MAX UNIT 0 2,000 ppm 0 5,000 ppm 0 10,000 ppm ±(45, +3% ppm of reading) of reading) ±30, +3%, +0.14% per C ppm 6 ppm secs Response Time From 0ppm to T secs (half full-scale), default settings, limited by diffusion through membrane window Repeatability ±(30, +3%) ppm Pressure Dependence Current Consumption ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS Per mbar deviation from 1013mbar, mbar 0.14 % Peak current when 15 ma sampling, 16 pulses per reading Peak at turn-on 40 ma SLEEP Mode 0.01 ma OFF 0 ma PARAMETER SYMBOL TEST MIN TYP MAX UNIT CONDITIONS Digital Input/Output Input HIGH Level 1.8 V Input LOW Level 1.0 V Output HIGH Level I OH = +1mA 2.6 V Output LOW Level I OL = -1mA 0.4 V Page 10 For regular updates, go to Copyright 2021 Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd.
11 POWER CONSUMPTION Test Conditions Unless Otherwise Specified VDD/VDD1 = 3.3V, GND = 0V. CO2 = 450ppm, RH = 0% non-condensing, T= 25 C, Pressure = 1013mbar SETTING SYMBOL TEST CONDITIONS VDD Total Power V I (ma) mw OFF No power applied 0 0 Active, SLEEP mode, no measurement The energy per reading is approximately 25mJ using default settings. Power consumption is strongly dependent on digital filter settings (# of pulses) and the measurement period. PPPPPPPPPP (µww) = nnnnnnnnnnnn oooo pppppppppppp pppppp rrrrrrrrrrrrrr MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM pppppppppppp iiii SSSSSSSSSSSSSS In a typical application where the user might want to take a reading every 300s, the power requirement is ~10uW per reading. Power consumption can be lowered even further by increasing the measurement interval. Current consumption varies depending on digital filter settings (# of pulses). A typical current consumption profile is shown below Typical Current Profile, 16 Pulses Amps Seconds Page 11 For regular updates, go to Copyright 2021 Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd.
12 The graph below shows the trade-off between npulse, the measurement period and the impact on average power consumption. 250 Average Power Consumption Per Reading vs. npulse Setting vs. Measurement Period n=16 n=8 n=4 n=2 n=1 200 AVERAGE POWER CONSUMPTION(UW) MEASUREMENT PERIOD (SEC) Page 12 For regular updates, go to Copyright 2021 Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd.
13 METHOD OF OPERATION The is designed for ultra-low power applications where power is often at a premium. is designed to be power cycled. When the sensor is switched on, a measurement is automatically initiated. Data can be read out once the READY pin is pulsed high. The sensor can then be subsequently switched off, saving power. DATA READY After power is applied to the, the sensor will automatically start to take CO 2 measurements using the configured settings. Once the READY flag has been pulsed high, the sensor will respond to requests for CO 2 data. The control interface is available approximately 14ms after the falling edge of a valid READY pulse. PARAMETER SYMBOL MIN TYP MAX UNIT READY Data Valid from Power On t s READY High Pulse-Width t ms READY Low from Power On t ms Control Interface Setup Time t 4 14 ms Page 13 For regular updates, go to Copyright 2021 Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd.
14 MEASUREMENT CYCLE The measurement cycle is the same in either UART or I 2 C connection mode but the method of obtaining the C0 2 value is different. Apply power to the Sensor The sensor will automatically start taking measurements. The sensor takes a measurement using the configured number of pulses (npulse). The default setting is 16 The measurement time is approximately 200ms + (200ms x npulse) The typical measurement time using the default setting npulse of 16 is 3400ms The data READY flag is set low within 100ms of power on. When the measurement is complete, the data READY flag will be pulsed high for approximately 1.0ms with data available approximately 14ms after the falling edge of the READY flag. In UART mode, the CO 2 reading can only be read once by the user. The sensor will not report the CO 2 reading again after this point and a new measurement will not be taken until the sensor is power cycled. After the initial request, the sensor will respond with an invalid command if a CO 2 reading is requested again. In I 2 C mode, the user should wait for 14ms after the READY flag is pulsed high and the appropriate register can be read. In this mode, the register reading can be read repeatedly but the value will not change until the sensor is power cycled again. After the measurement is sent to or read by the host (depending on UART or I 2 C mode), the sensor will go into SLEEP mode, and will take no further measurements until the power is cycled again During SLEEP mode, the sensor will respond to commands, and can be re-configured but no further measurements will be taken A new measurement cycle will start the next time the sensor is power cycled Note when auto-calibration is used, the auto-calibration trigger event will extend the measurement time by ~2s The number of pulses (npulse) can be set and read by the user All sensor settings are stored in non-volatile memory. The sensor should only be configured once. It should not be configured every power cycle as this consumes unnecessary power. Page 14 For regular updates, go to Copyright 2021 Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd.
15 DIGITAL FILTER SETTING The CO 2 gas chamber is illuminated with a nominal 4.25um wavelength LED and the signal received using a photodiode. The LED output is pulsed several times per measurement reading. The signal from the photodiode is processed and filtered by the sensor to remove noise and provide an accurate CO 2 reading. The number of pulses used by the sensor is a balance between CO 2 reading accuracy and power consumption. The energy required per measurement is directly proportional to the number of pulses (npulse). Higher values of npulse will reduces noise and improve resolution. A lower value of npulse reduces the energy per measurement. The user should carefully consider the compromise between power consumption and resolution to determine the optimum setting of npulse for the application. The factory default is 16 and the maximum value is 32, and the minimum number is 1. The value of npulse is stored on the sensor and can be read by the host controller. If the value of npulse is changed, the sensor must be zero-calibrated. Page 15 For regular updates, go to Copyright 2021 Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd.
16 ZERO POINT SETTING In all cases, the best zero is obtained when the gas concentration is stable, and the sensor is at a stabilised temperature. Zero-point settings are not cumulative and only the latest zero-point setting is effective. For example, there is no benefit in zeroing in nitrogen, and then zeroing in a calibration gas. The sensor will store only the latest zero point regardless of what method is used. There are a several different methods available to the user to set the zero point of the sensor. ZERO IN A KNOWN GAS CONCENTRATION Place the sensor in a known gas concentration and allow time for the sensor temperature to stabilise, and for the gas to be fully diffused into the sensor. Power up the sensor, wait for the READY pin to indicate measurement is complete. Write the known concentration level to the sensor, then initiate the Zero in a Known Gas zeroing method. The concentration must be in ppm. ZERO IN NITROGEN Place the sensor in the nitrogen gas and allow time for the sensor temperature to stabilise, and for the gas to be fully diffused into the sensor. Power up the sensor, wait for the READY pin to indicate measurement done. Initiate the Zero in Nitrogen command. The sensor is zeroed assuming a 0ppm CO 2 environment. ZERO IN FRESH AIR If there is no calibration gas or nitrogen available, the sensor zero point can be set in fresh air. Ambient CO 2 concentrations in fresh air are typically 400ppm. This level is programmable over a range from 0ppm to the full scale of the sensor. Place the sensor in a fresh air environment and allow time for the sensor temperature to stabilise, and for the fresh air to be fully diffused into the sensor. Power up the sensor, wait for the READY pin to indicate measurement done. Once the initial CO 2 measurement has been completed, the user can initiate a new Zero in Fresh Air zeroing cycle. The sensor can use the default fresh air CO 2 concentration value (400ppm), or the user can write a different fresh air value to the sensor if desired. The concentration must be in ppm. Page 16 For regular updates, go to Copyright 2021 Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd.
17 ZERO POINT ADJUSTMENT (not available in I 2 C interface mode) If the CO 2 concentration and the sensor reported concentrations are known, the zero point can be adjusted using the known concentration to fine tune the zero point. For example, if the sensor has been in an environment that has been exposed to outside air, and the sensor reading is known at that time, the zero point can be fine-tuned to correct the reading. This is typically used to implement automated zeroing routines. AUTO-ZERO FUNCTION The sensor has a built-in auto-zero function. In order to function correctly, the sensor must be exposed to typical background levels ( ppm) at least once during the auto-zero period. For example, many buildings will drop quickly to background CO 2 levels when unoccupied overnight or at weekends. The auto-zero function uses the information gathered during these periods to re-zero. The sensor will reset the zero level every time it does an auto-zero. Auto-zeroing is enabled by default. The keeps a record of the lowest measured CO 2 value in memory (Z lowest ). The sensor also keeps a record of the last CO 2 measurement. Every time the takes a new measurement, the previous and current values are filtered to create a new value (Z new ). ZZnneeee = ZZZZZZZZ ZZZZZZZZZZ 2 + ZZZZZZZZZZ If the value of Z new value is lower than the stored Z lowest, Z lowest is updated. When the auto-zero function is run, the sensor will reset the fresh-air zero point using Z lowest. The value the sensor uses for this fresh-air zero-point is user programmable. The sensor default value for CO 2 in fresh air is 400ppm. When the auto-zero function is run, the sensor sets the Z lowest value of CO 2 of the fresh air to 400ppm. The default value can be changed by the user if needed. Page 17 For regular updates, go to Copyright 2021 Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd.
18 AUTO-ZERO LEVEL The background concentration will depend on sensor location. Ambient levels are typically in the range of 400ppm - 450ppm. The factory default is set to 400ppm. The user can change the background ambient level used for auto-zeroing. The value is stored in the sensor. AUTO-ZERO INTERVALS The auto-zero period is based on the number of power cycles. The records the number of power cycles since the last auto-zero event. When it reaches a pre-defined threshold, auto-zero will be triggered. The number of cycles can be configured by the user. For example, if the sensor is programmed to take a reading once every 5 minutes, with auto-zero to be set for every 7 days, set the auto-zero threshold to 2,016 (12 times per hour x 24 hours per day x 8 days). The auto-zero routine will trigger after 2,016 power cycles. Note, an auto-zero operation will extend the time from power-on to when valid measurements are available (defined by status of READY flag) by approximately 2s. The sensor default is auto-zero enabled. However, auto-zero can be disabled, or auto-zero can be forced. The auto-zero counter is reset automatically if the user forces an auto-zero directly. The auto-zero counter is available to be read back by the controller. The auto-zero minimum power cycle count is 50 for the. Page 18 For regular updates, go to Copyright 2021 Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd.
19 ALTITUDE COMPENSATION NDIR gas sensors detect the concentration of gas by measuring the degree of light absorption by the gas analyte. The degree of light absorption is then converted into a concentration reported by the sensor. The absorption process is pressure dependent, and a change in pressure will cause a change in the reported gas concentration. As the pressure increases, the reported gas concentration also increases. As the pressure decreases, the reported concentration decreases. This effect takes place at a molecular level and is common to all NDIR gas sensors. GSS sensors are calibrated at 1013mbar. The reading from the sensor will vary from the nominal output if the mean barometric pressure is different from the calibration setting. It is possible to configure the sensor to correct for this effect by writing the actual or reference mean barometric pressure in mbar to the sensor. This can be done as part of the initial set up process or updated at any time during use. This will apply a permanent correction to the output of the sensor, depending on the altitude setting selected. Page 19 For regular updates, go to Copyright 2021 Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd.
20 SELECTION OF CONTROL INTERFACE The is controlled by writing to registers through a serial control interface. The control interface can be configured as a UART or 2-wire I 2 C interface. Selection of the control interface is done via the I2C_ENABLE pin. The state of the I2C_ENABLE pin is sampled at power up only. The status cannot be changed after power up. Setting the I2C_ENABLE pin low puts the into I 2 C interface mode. Leaving the I2C_ENABLE pin floating puts the into UART control interface mode. CONTROL INTERFACE TIMING - I 2 C MODE t3 t5 t3 I2C_SDA t6 t2 t4 t8 I2C_SCL t1 t9 t7 PARAMETER SYMBOL MIN TYP MAX UNIT I2C_SCL Frequency khz I2C_SCL Low Pulse-Width t us I2C_SCL High Pulse-Width t us Hold Time (Start Condition) t us Setup Time (Start Condition) t us Data Setup Time t ns I2C_SDA, I2C_SCL Rise Time t ns I2C_SDA, I2C_SCL Fall Time t ns Setup Time (Stop Condition) t us Data Hold Time t us Capacitive load for each bus line pf Page 20 For regular updates, go to Copyright 2021 Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd.
21 I 2 C INTERFACE MODE The supports software control via a 2-wire serial bus. Many devices can be controlled by the same bus, and each device has a unique 7-bit address (this is not the same as the 8-bit address of each register in the ). The operates as a slave only device. The controller indicates the start of data transfer with a high to low transition on I2C_SDA while I2C_SCL remains high (I 2 C Start condition). This indicates that a device address will follow. All devices on the 2-wire bus respond to the start condition and shift in the next eight bits on I2C_SDA (7-bit address + Read/Write bit, MSB first). If the device address received matches the address of the CozIR-BLINK and the R/W bit is 0, indicating a write, then the responds by pulling I2C_SDA low on the next clock pulse (ACK). If the address is not recognised or the R/W bit is 1, the returns to the idle condition and waits for a new start condition and valid address. The acknowledges the correct address by pulling I2C_SDA low for one clock pulse. The master then sends the address of the register it wishes to read from or write to. Data is either read from or written to in 1-4 bytes, most significant byte (MSB) first. The transfer of data is complete when there is a low to high transition on I2C_SDA while I2C_SCLK is high. After receiving a complete address and data sequence the returns to the idle state and waits for another start condition. If a start or stop condition is detected out of sequence at any point during data transfer (i.e., I2C_SDA changes while I2C_SCL is high), the device jumps to the idle condition. The device address is 0x41. Page 21 For regular updates, go to Copyright 2021 Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd.
22 WRITING TO AN I 2 C REGISTER The controller (Master) sends a START condition to the sensor. The sensor acknowledges the controller by setting the R/W bit low, indicating it is expecting the controller to write to a register. The controller sends the register address that it wants to write to, and then 1-4 data bytes. Once the controller has completed the operation, it sends the STOP condition. START CONDITION R/W = 0 STOP CONDITION Write S DEVICE ADDRESS R/W A REGISTER ADRESS A DATA BYTE0 A DATA BYTE 1 A S 0x41 0x02 READING FROM AN I 2 C REGISTER The controller (Master) sends a START condition to the sensor. The sensor acknowledges the controller by setting the R/W bit high, indicating it is expecting the controller to read from a register. The controller (Master) must send another START condition to the sensor and the sensor address with R/W bit set to read. Then read out 1-4 data bytes. Once the controller has completed the operation, it sends the STOP condition. START CONDITION R/W = 0 START CONDITION R/W = 1 STOP CONDITION Read S DEVICE ADDRESS R/W A REGISTER ADRESS A S DEVICE ADDRESS R/W A DATA BYTE0 A DATA BYTE 1 N S 0x41 0x02 The supports clock stretching. In an I 2 C communication, the master device determines the clock speed. The I 2 C bus provides an explicit clock signal running at a pre-defined rate. However, there are situations where an I 2 C slave is not able to co-operate with the clock speed given by the master and needs to slow down a little. This is done by a mechanism referred to as clock stretching. An I 2 C slave is allowed to hold down the clock if it needs to reduce the bus speed. The operates at up to 100kHz, and maximum stretch is never more than 500usecs. Page 22 For regular updates, go to Copyright 2021 Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd.
23 I 2 C REGISTER MAP SUMMARY REGISTER ADDRESS DESCRIPTION DEFAULT RANGE Size (bytes) READ/WRITE R2 (0x02) CO 2 Level (ppm) N/A 0 Full scale range of sensor R5 (0x05) Sensor Control Settings R12 (0x0C) Auto-Zero Target 400ppm 0 to full scale 2 READ only 1 WRITE only 2 READ/WRITE R18 (0x12) Target value for CO 2 in fresh air (in ppm) 400ppm 0 to full scale 2 READ/WRITE R20 (0x14) Known CO 2 Concentration (in ppm) 0 to full scale 2 READ/WRITE R26 (0x1A) Auto-Zero Cycles READ/WRITE* R38 (0x26) Serial Number N/A 4 READ only R42 (0x2A) npulse READ/WRITE* R78 (0x4E) Auto-Zero Control 2 1 READ/WRITE* R118 (0x76) Altitude pressure in mbar READ/WRITE Notes * indicates a sensor zero should be performed after the default values are changed. Page 23 For regular updates, go to Copyright 2021 Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd.
24 CO 2 LEVEL MEASUREMENT VALUE REGISTER ADDRESS BIT LABEL DESCRIPTION DEFAULT READ/WRITE R2 (0x02) :0 CO 2 level, in ppm Read only The measured CO 2 level is read from Register R2, 2 bytes, MSB first. The value is CO 2 level in ppm. CALIBRATION ZERO CONTROL REGISTER ADDRESS BIT LABEL DESCRIPTION DEFAULT READ/WRITE R5 (0x05) Air Zero Sets the zero point assuming the sensor is in 400ppm CO 2. Write the measured CO 2 level into Register : No Zero : Zero Write 2 X Zero Sets the zero point with the sensor in a known concentration of CO 2. Write the target ppm concentration into Register Write : No X Zero : X Zero ZERO IN FRESH AIR REGISTER ADDRESS BIT LABEL DESCRIPTION DEFAULT READ/WRITE R18 (0x12) :0 Target value for CO 2 in fresh air Read/Write The target value for CO 2 in fresh air is stored in register 18. The default is 400ppm. ZERO IN A KNOWN GAS CONCENTRATION REGISTER ADDRESS BIT LABEL DESCRIPTION DEFAULT READ/WRITE R20 (0x14) :0 X Zero CO 2 concentration (in ppm) Read/Write Stores the target ppm concentration of CO 2 gas. All CO 2 values are in ppm. CO 2 level is a two-byte value, MSB first. Page 24 For regular updates, go to Copyright 2021 Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd.
25 AUTO-ZERO CYCLES REGISTER ADDRESS BIT LABEL DESCRIPTION DEFAULT READ/WRITE R26 (0x1A) :0 Number of power cycles between auto-zero events Read/Write* SERIAL NUMBER REGISTER ADDRESS BIT LABEL DESCRIPTION DEFAULT READ/WRITE R38 (0x26) :0 SERIAL NUMBER Unique sensor serial number, 32-digit code Read only npulse REGISTER ADDRESS BIT LABEL DESCRIPTION DEFAULT READ/WRITE R42 (0x2A) :0 npulse Sets the number of pulses per reading Read/Write The npulse setting can be set from 1 pulse to 32 pulses using the value of (npulse*256) in this register. For example, the default value is 16 pulses which is (16*256) = 4296 AUTO-ZERO CONTROL REGISTER ADDRESS BIT LABEL DESCRIPTION DEFAULT READ/WRITE R78 (0x4E) :0 AUTO CAL Auto-calibration control = Disabled Read/Write = Enabled ALTITUDE COMPENSATION REGISTER ADDRESS BIT LABEL DESCRIPTION DEFAULT READ/WRITE R118 (0x76) :0 PRESSURE Ambient Pressure (mbar) 1013 READ/WRITE Page 25 For regular updates, go to Copyright 2021 Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd.
26 CONNECTION DIAGRAM FOR I 2 C INTERFACE VDD 4.7kΩ 4.7kΩ SENSOR SLAVE I2C MASTER I2C_SDA I2C_SCL SDA SCL I2C_ENABLE Page 26 For regular updates, go to Copyright 2021 Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd.
27 UART INTERFACE MODE Leaving the I2C_ENABLE pin floating puts the into UART control interface mode. The status of the I2C_ENABLE is only sampled at power up. The Rx_In and Tx_Out pins are normally high, suitable for direct connection to a UART. If the sensor is to be read by a true RS232 device (e.g., a PC), it is necessary to use a level converter to step up/down the voltage and invert the signal. CONTROL INTERFACE TIMING - UART MODE PARAMETER SYMBOL MIN TYP MAX UNIT Baud Rate 38,400 Bits/s Data Bits 8 Parity None Stop Bits 1 Hardware Flow Control None UART COMMAND PROTOCOL All UART commands must be terminated with a carriage return and line feed <CR><LF>, hex 0x0D 0x0A. In this document, this is shown as \r\n. UART commands that take a parameter always have a space between the letter and the parameter. The sensor will respond with a? if a command is not recognised. The two most common causes are missing spaces or missing <CR><LF> terminators. All command communications are in ASCII and are terminated by carriage return, line feed (0x0D 0x0A). This document uses the protocol \r\n to indicate the carriage return line feed. All responses from the sensor, including measurements, have a leading space (ASCII character 32). The character # represents an ASCII representation of a numeric character (0-9). Note there is a space between the first letter and any parameter. For example, the X command reads X space 2000 carriage return line feed. UART OPERATION When powered up and after the READY pin has been pulsed high (indicating the measurement is complete), the sensor is pre-programmed to automatically transmit a CO 2 reading if it receives any character. The CO 2 reading will be in 2 bytes, MSB first, then LSB followed by a status byte. Note that the default data output format is Binary. After the initial measurement, the sensor will cease to transmit another CO 2 reading until it has been power cycled. Page 27 For regular updates, go to Copyright 2021 Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd.
28 UART INTERFACE SUMMARY Command Use Example Response Comments A ###\r\n Set value of npulse A 16\r\n A 00016\r\n See npulse a\r\n Return the value of a\r\n a 00016\r\n See npulse npulse G\r\n Zero-point G\r\n G 33000\r\n See Zero Point Setting calibration using fresh air. P 8 ###\r\n P 9 ###\r\n P 8 1\r\n P 9 144\r\n P 10 ###\r\n P 11 ###\r\n U\r\n u #####\r\n X #####\r\n Y\r\n #.# #.#\r\n.\r\n *\r\n Sets value of CO 2 background concentration in ppm for auto-zero Sets value of CO 2 background concentration in ppm used for zeropoint setting in fresh air. Zero-point setting using nitrogen. Manual setting of the zero point. Zero-point setting using a known gas concentration Return firmware version and sensor serial number Return the most recent CO 2 measurement. Sets power cycle auto-zero count Return the multiplier required to convert the Z output to ppm Return configuration information. [ ####\r\n Set pressure value in mbar ] ####\r\n Read pressure value in mbar P 10 1\r\n P \r\n Two-byte value P 8 = MSB P 9 = LSB 400ppm in the example Two-byte value P 10 = MSB P 11 = LSB 400ppm in the example U\r\n U 33000\r\n See Zero Point Setting u 32997\r\n u 32997\r\n See Zero Point Setting X 2000\r\n X 32997\r\n See Zero Point Setting Y\r\n Returns two lines Z\r\n Z 01521\r\n 1521ppm in the \r\n See Auto-Zero Function for details.\r\n \r\n Multiply by 1 in the example *\r\n [ 0997\r\n [ 0997\r\n See Altitude Pressure Compensation [\r\n [ 0997\r\n See Altitude Pressure Compensation Page 28 For regular updates, go to Copyright 2021 Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd.
29 CO 2 LEVEL MEASUREMENT VALUE - Z INFORMATION (0x5A) Description Reports the latest CO 2 measurement Syntax ASCII Character 'Z', terminated by 0x0D 0x0A (CR & LF) Example Z\r\n Response Z 00521\r\n 1521ppm in the example The CO 2 reading will be in 2 bytes, MSB first, then LSB followed by a status byte. In the above example, the sensor will respond as follows: - Byte 1: 0x05 Byte 2: 0xF1 Byte 3: 0x5A After reading the CO 2 value, the sensor should be powered down unless the sensor settings need to be modified. CO 2 MEASUREMENT Z SCALING FACTOR UART MODE To calculate the measurement value in ppm, the Z value must be converted into ppm by using the. multiplier factor. The multiplier will depend on the full-scale measurement range of the sensor. Measurement Range of Sensor CO 2 Measurement Scaling Factor (Z) CO 2 Measurement Output Units Example 0 1% 1 ppm Z = 631ppm. COMMAND (0x2E) Description Returns a number indicating what multiplier must be applied to the Z CO 2 measurement output to convert it into ppm. Syntax ASCII character '.', terminated by 0x0D 0x0A ( CR & LF ) Example.\r\n Response \r\n (this number is always 1 for ) Page 29 For regular updates, go to Copyright 2021 Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd.
30 npulse SETTING UART MODE UART Command Use Default Range Example Response Comments A ###\r\n a\r\n Set npulse, the number of pulses Return npulse value A 16\r\n A 00016\r\n Lower npulse reduces power consumption a\r\n a 00016\r\n A COMMAND (0x41) Description Set the value for the number of pulses Syntax ASCII character 'A', SPACE, decimal, terminated by 0x0D 0x0A (CR & LF) Example A 16\r\n Response A 00016\r\n (this number is variable) a COMMAND (0x61) Description Return the value for the number of pulses Syntax ASCII Character 'a' terminated by 0x0D 0x0A (CR & LF) Example a\r\n Response a 00016\r\n (this number is variable) Page 30 For regular updates, go to Copyright 2021 Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd.
31 ZERO POINT CALIBRATION COMMANDS UART MODE Command Use Default Range Example Response Comments G\r\n U\r\n u #####\r\n X #####\r\n Zero-point setting using fresh air Zero-point setting using nitrogen Manual setting of the zero point Zero-point setting using a known gas concentration G\r\n G 33000\r\n See Zero Point Setting U\r\n U 33000\r\n See Zero Point Setting u 32997\r\n u 32997\r\n See Zero Point Setting X 2000\r\n X 32997\r\n See Zero Point Setting P 8 ###\r\n P 9 #\r\n Sets value of CO 2 background concentration in ppm for autozero P 8 1\r\n P 9 144\r\n Two-byte value P 8 = MSB P 9 = LSB 400ppm in the example P 8 ###\r\n P 9 ###\r\n P 10 ###\r\n P 11 #\r\n Sets value of CO 2 background concentration in ppm used for zero-point setting in fresh air. P 10 1\r\n P \r\n Two-byte value P 10 = MSB P 11 = LSB 400ppm in the example P 10 ###\r\n P 11 ###\r\n G COMMAND (0x47) Description Sets the zero point assuming the sensor is in fresh air (typically 400ppm CO 2, but level can be set by user see P commands.) Syntax ASCII character 'G' Example G\r\n Response G 33000\r\n (the number is variable) U COMMAND (0x55) Description Sets the zero point assuming the sensor is in 0ppm CO 2 such as nitrogen Syntax ASCII Character 'U' terminated by 0x0D 0x0A (CR & LF) Example U\r\n Response U 32767\r\n (the number is variable) Page 31 For regular updates, go to Copyright 2021 Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd.
32 u COMMAND (0x75) Description Syntax Example Response Forces a specific zero set point value. Value in ppm. ASCII character 'u', SPACE, decimal, terminated by 0x0D 0x0A (CR & LF) u 32767\r\n u 32767\r\n X COMMAND (0x58) Description Sets the zero point with the sensor in a known concentration of CO 2. Value in ppm Syntax ASCII character 'X' then a space, then the gas concentration. Example X 1000\r\n Response X 33000\r\n (the number is variable) P COMMAND - CO 2 Level for Auto-Zero Description Sets the value of CO 2 in ppm used for auto-zero Syntax ASCII character 'P' then a space, then 8, then a space, then MSB terminated by 0x0D 0x0A (CR & LF) Example Response ASCII character 'P' then a space, then 9, then a space, then LSB terminated by 0x0D 0x0A (CR & LF) P 8 1\r\n P 9 144\r\n P \r\n P \r\n The value is entered as a two-byte word, MSB first. MSB = Integer (Concentration/256) LSB = Concentration (256*MSB) In the above example, target CO 2 background concentration is 400ppm. MSB = Integer (400/256) = 1 LSB = = 144 Page 32 For regular updates, go to Copyright 2021 Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd.
33 P COMMAND CO 2 Level for Zero-Point Setting Description Sets value of CO 2 in ppm for zero-point setting in fresh air. Syntax ASCII character 'P' then a space, then 10, then a space, then MSB terminated by 0x0D 0x0A (CR & LF) Example Response ASCII character 'P' then a space, then 11, then a space, then LSB terminated by 0x0D 0x0A (CR & LF) P 10 7\r\n P \r\n P \r\n P \r\n MSB = Integer (Concentration/256) LSB = Concentration (256*MSB) In the above example, target zero-point CO 2 concentration is 2000ppm. MSB = Integer (2000/256) = 7 LSB = 2000 (256*MSB) = 208 ALTITUDE PRESSURE COMPENSATION UART Command Use Default Range Example Response Comments [ #####\r\n Sets the pressure value (mbar) [ 0990\r\n [ 0990\r\n See Altitude Pressure Compensation ]\r\n Returns the pressure value mbar [ 0990\r\n [ 0990\r\n See Altitude Pressure Compensation [ COMMAND (0x5B) Description Set the altitude pressure value in mbar Syntax ASCII character '[', SPACE, decimal, terminated by 0x0D 0x0A (CR & LF) Example [ 0990\r\n Response [ 0990\r\n (the number mirrors the input value) ] COMMAND (0x5D) Description Reads the altitude pressure value in mbar Syntax ASCII character ']', SPACE, decimal, terminated by 0x0D 0x0A (CR & LF) Example ]\r\n Response [ 0990\r\n (the number mirrors the input value) Page 33 For regular updates, go to Copyright 2021 Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd.
34 AUTO-ZERO INTERVAL UART MODE UART Command Use Default Range Example Response #####\r\n Auto-zero interval setting, # power \r\n See Auto-Zero COMMAND (0x2E) Description Sets the number of power cycles between auto-zero events. Syntax ASCII character then a space, then the number of power cycles, terminated by 0x0D 0x0A (CR & LF) #####\r\n 5760\r\n (this number is variable) In the above example, if the sensor is powered up once every 2 minutes, and auto-calibration is once every 8 days, the power cycle auto-calibration counter should be set to To read the auto-zeroing counter, The sensor will respond ####\r\n. To disable auto-zeroing, 0\r\n SERIAL NUMBER AND FIRMWARE VERSION UART MODE UART Command Use Default Range Example Response Comments Y\r\n Return firmware version and sensor serial number Y\r\n Returns two lines Y COMMAND (0x59) Description The present version string for the firmware and serial number of the sensor. Syntax ASCII character 'Y', terminated by 0x0d 0x0a ( CR & LF ) Example Y\r\n Response Y,Jan ,10:45:03,AL17\r\n B \r\n N.B. This command returns two lines split by a carriage return line feed and terminated by a carriage return line feed. This command requires that the sensor has been stopped (see K command). Page 34 For regular updates, go to Copyright 2021 Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd.
35 CONNECTION DIAGRAM FOR UART INTERFACE SENSOR SLAVE UART MASTER Rx_IN Tx_OUT Tx_OUT Rx_IN Page 35 For regular updates, go to Copyright 2021 Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd.
36 IMPORTANT NOTICE Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd. (GSS) products and services are sold subject to GSS s terms and conditions of sale, delivery and payment supplied at the time of order acknowledgement. GSS warrants performance of its products to the specifications in effect at the date of shipment. GSS reserves the right to make changes to its products and specifications or to discontinue any product or service without notice. Customers should therefore obtain the latest version of relevant information from GSS to verify that the information is current. Testing and other quality control techniques are utilised to the extent GSS deems necessary to support its warranty. Specific testing of all parameters of each device is not necessarily performed unless required by law or regulation. In order to minimise risks associated with customer applications, the customer must use adequate design and operating safeguards to minimise inherent or procedural hazards. GSS is not liable for applications assistance or customer product design. The customer is solely responsible for its selection and use of GSS products. GSS is not liable for such selection or use nor for use of any circuitry other than circuitry entirely embodied in a GSS product. GSS products are not intended for use in life support systems, appliances, nuclear systems or systems where malfunction can reasonably be expected to result in personal injury, death or severe property or environmental damage. Any use of products by the customer for such purposes is at the customer s own risk. GSS does not grant any licence (express or implied) under any patent right, copyright, mask work right or other intellectual property right of GSS covering or relating to any combination, machine, or process in which its products or services might be or are used. Any provision or publication of any third party s products or services does not constitute GSS s approval, licence, warranty or endorsement thereof. Any third-party trademarks contained in this document belong to the respective third-party owner. Reproduction of information from GSS datasheets is permissible only if reproduction is without alteration and is accompanied by all associated copyright, proprietary and other notices (including this notice) and conditions. GSS is not liable for any unauthorised alteration of such information or for any reliance placed thereon. Any representations made, warranties given, and/or liabilities accepted by any person which differ from those contained in this datasheet or in GSS s standard terms and conditions of sale, delivery and payment are made, given and/or accepted at that person s own risk. GSS is not liable for any such representations, warranties or liabilities or for any reliance placed thereon by any person. ADDRESS Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd. Grayshill Road Cumbernauld G68 9HQ United Kingdom Page 36 For regular updates, go to Copyright 2021 Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd.
37 REVISION HISTORY DATE RELEASE DESCRIPTION OF CHANGES PAGES 10/04/ First revision All 14/04/ Block Diagram, Current Consumption Graph P.1,8 17/04/ I 2 C REGISTER MAP SUMMARY P.18 01/05/ Pin-out description P.5 13/05/ Updated operating temperature P.7, 8 14/05/ Updated auto-zero language All 25/05/ Updated Zero Point Calibration Commands P.24, 27 UART Mode 10/06/ Absolute maximum ratings P.7 04/08/ Added no pins package option P.4,7,8 21/09/2020 4/9 Updated READY pin timing P.12 26/10/ Contents Updated P2,3 29/10/ Updated Control Interface Setup Timing P.12, 13 14/12/ Updated measurement method description P.13 07/01/ Electrical characteristics P.12 08/02/ Updated sensor connection with power P.6, P.8 isolation switches 09/02/ PIN-OUT DESCRIPTION NO PINS P.8 10/02/ Updated sensor connection with power P.6 isolation switches 02/03/ Updated explanation of auto-zero function P.16, P.22 06/04/ Updated pressure compensation All Page 37 For regular updates, go to Copyright 2021 Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd.
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