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Sensirion launches new gas sensor

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Hydrocarbon Engineering,

Sensirion has launched an ultra-lower power gas sensor, SGPC3.

The SGPC3 makes indoor air quality sensing available for mobile and battery-driven applications. With an average supply current of less than 0.07 mA, the SGPC3 is able to provide indoor air quality measurements with several years of battery lifetime. Based on Sensirion’s SGP multi-pixel platform, the SGPC3 offers a complete gas sensor system integrated into a small 2.45 x 2.45 x 0.9 mm3 DFN package featuring I2C interface and a fully calibrated and humidity-compensated air quality output signal.

Sensirion’s MOXSens® Technology provides the SGPC3 with robustness against contamination by siloxanes, resulting in long-term stability and accuracy. The combination of ultra-low power consumption and long-term stability makes the sensor suitable for indoor air quality monitoring in mobile and battery-driven smart home applications.

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