Thin films of fluorine-doped tin oxide on glass were prepared by spray ultrasonic nebulizer technique from an economic anhydrous tin (IV) chloride (SnCl4) precursor. The effect of deposition time on the structural, electrical and optical properties of tin oxide thin films was investigated. This research a purpose to find an optimum deposition time during spray pyrolysis technique in order to produce FTO with the desired characteristics. For this purpose, soda lime glasses are heated at 350°C on deposition time of 10, 15, 20 and 25 minutes. NH4F was doped at a ratio of 2 wt% in the SnCl4 precursor and methanol solvent. The results revealed that longer deposition times created decreased the electrical resistivity and optical transmittance of FTO layers. The highest optical transmittance was 84.808% and the lowest resistivity was 4.01×10-5 Ω.cm, obtained from FTO glass subjected to a 15-minute deposition time at deposition temperature of 350°C. This is accordance to the TCO conductive glass requirements for the minimum resistivity value on scale 10-4 Ω.cm and optical transmittance value of 80-85%.