SGP40 is Sensirion’s new digital VOC (volatile organic compounds) sensor designed for easy integration into air treatment devices and air quality monitors. Based on Sensirion’s CMOSens® Technology, the SGP40 offers a complete sensor system on a single chip and features a digital I2C interface, a temperature-controlled micro-hotplate and a humidity-compensated indoor air quality signal. In combination with Sensirion’s powerful VOC Algorithm, the sensor signal can be directly used to evaluate indoor air quality, e.g., for triggering the gradual fan control of an air treatment device. Both the SGP40 chip and VOC algorithm feature unrivalled robustness in the final application over their lifetimes.
The SFM3019 is a digital flow meter especially suitable for high-volume applications, designed to meet the instantly increased demand for respiratory devices. The flow of air and oxygen is measured with excellent accuracy at flow rates from -10 slm to +240 slm.
Sensirion's sensors are used in a wide range of markets and different applications. Our high-quality environmental and flow sensors and sensor solutions improve energy efficiency and sustainability. They increase our safety, support our health and raise the quality of life.
Founded in 1998 Sensirion has become the leading manufacturer of flow and environmental sensors solutions. The company now employs people in various countries such as the USA, South Korea, Japan, China, Taiwan, and Germany. The headquarters in Switzerland is responsible for research, development, and production.
"Working at Sensirion means variety, challenges and not being afraid to share creative ideas."
Andrea Lentini, Equipment Specialist
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