What are the common parameters of Cure Time T90
The manufacturer of Cure Time T90 tells you that no matter what brand of gas detector, whether it is a domestic gas detector or a major foreign brand, we can see Cure Time T90 in a sensor parameter. It is a very important parameter, but what does it mean?
In fact, in addition to the common Cure Time T90, there are also less common T10 and T20 response times. But conceptually, they all have the same meaning, and they reflect the response speed of the gas detector to toxic and harmful gases.
In a word, the so-called Cure Time T90 refers to the time it takes for the gas detector to change from a reading of 0 to 90% of the toxic gas concentration measured in the environment. For example: hydrogen peroxide detector, its Cure Time T90 ≤ 60 seconds. It means the time required for the hydrogen peroxide detector to change from a reading of 0 to 90% of the actual hydrogen peroxide concentration in the environment.
For example, if the concentration of hydrogen peroxide in the actual environment is 5 ppm, then the detector reading will change to 4.5 ppm after less than 60 seconds; if the concentration of hydrogen peroxide in the environment is 20 ppm, then after less than 60 seconds, the detector’s The reading will change to 18 ppm.
Therefore, we can know that the shorter the Cure Time T90, the more sensitive the gas detector itself. This is why Cure Time T90 is a very important sensor parameter for gas sensors. If a certain brand cannot provide Cure Time T90 sensor parameters, it must be carefully verified. Is the performance of the sensor itself good.