Sensirion at MD&M West 2016
Sensirion stands for innovative products, customer-specific solutions and excellent support. The products continuously set new standards in various markets across the globe. At this year's MD&M West trade fair between February 9 and 11 in Anaheim, CA, USA, Sensirion is presenting new and enhanced sensor solutions for measuring humidity and temperature, gas flow and liquid flow as well as differential pressure. Visit us at booth #2282 to find out more about some of our newest sensor products.
The world's smallest flow sensor - creating space for your ideas
The SDP3x is the world's smallest differential pressure sensor. It measures just 5 mm x 8 mm x 5 mm, opening up new dimensions of integration and application possibilities. The SDP3x sensor is reflow solderable, provides extended functionality, such as multiple I2C addresses and interrupts and a fast sampling time. It features excellent accuracy and long-term stability and has no zero-point drift. All this makes the new differential pressure sensor of the SDP3x series the perfect choice for high volume and cost-sensitive applications, where small size is essential. Read more
Autoclavable mass flow meters for expiratory and proximal flow measurements
Sensirion will be introducing two brand new mass flow meters: the SFM3200-AW and SFM3300-AW. Both products are suitable for repeated, inter-patient use thanks to their multi-cycle, autoclavable and washable properties which allow them to be sterilized. The sensors are particularly well-suited for expiratory and proximal applications in medical ventilation and anesthesia. Both sensors are characterized by high measurement accuracy, superior exceptional robustness and a very fast signal processing time. Read more
Disposable liquid flow sensor for biomedical applications
Sensirion takes the design study LD20 to the next level: the new disposable liquid flow sensor series offers fast, precise and reliable measurement of low and ultra-low flow rates. The intelligent, compact and cost-effective sensors are suitable for a wide range of applications in the biomedical field, from controlling the flow of precious ingredients in bioreactors to monitoring infusion therapies in a clinical environment. Read more