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SGP40 is Sensirion’s new digital volatile organic compounds (VOC) sensor designed for easy integration into air treatment devices and air quality monitors. VOC's originate from a number of different possible sources, like building materials, tobacco smoke, people and their activities, and using air fresheners or cleaning agents. Elevated VOC levels can have various adverse effects on human health.
The video shows what components the liquid flow evaluation kit includes and how to get started within a few minutes.
Sensirion sensors measure reliably all the important environmental parameters such as relative humidity, temperature, the concentration of CO2, VOC and concentration of particulate matter. Sensirion also offers sensors for measuring liquid flow and the gas mass flow.
Sensirion, the expert in environmental sensing presents a short introduction to volatile organic compounds.
±2% accuracy in a whole range of relative humidity measurement - that´s just one of several improvements brought by the third generation of miniature calibrated sensors from company Sensirion. - Physics of Humidity – measurement relations and principles - What´s possible and what not in the temperature and humidity measurement - Latest Sensirion Humidity Sensors – SHT3x - Design Guidance & Handling Instructions for your applications and products - Application Examples - Q&A
Sensirion is a leading sensor manufacturer, providing relative humidity sensors and flow sensor solutions with unique performance. Together with the capacitive humidity sensor, the product range includes liquid flow sensors, mass flow meters, mass flow controllers and differential pressure sensors.
Programme of webinar: - About physics of humidity - Portfolio of Sensirion humidity sensors - What is and what isn't possible in measuring humidity - Unique technologies of humidity measurement on market - Examples of applications
This company portrait of the Swiss sensor company Sensirion AG was made for the Swiss Economic Award 2011.
Czujnik SGP30 firmy Sensirion, wykrywający lotne związki organiczne (LZO) i CO2eq w technologii wielopikselowej, to pod wieloma względami pierwsze urządzenie tego typu.