Sensirion sets a new standard for miniaturization in the CO2 sensing market: compared to its predecessor, the SCD4x CO2 sensor is seven times smaller and offers many more disruptive features. Based on the revolutionary photoacoustic sensing technology, the sensor combines the smallest size with an unmatched price-to-performance ratio. In contrast to traditional CO2 sensors that rely on manual through-hole soldering, the SCD4x is compatible with standard SMD technology allowing for cost- and space-effective integration to boost freedom of design for device manufacturers.
But why measure CO2? In this webinar, Sensirion’s CO2 Product Manager Marco Gysel will elaborate on how high levels of carbon dioxide (CO2) compromise humans and how CO2 sensing can help mitigate the impact of the Covid-19 crisis. Furthermore, it will be discussed why CO2 is a key parameter to determine indoor air quality in and trends in the CO2 sensing market. Special focus will be set on the photoacoustic sensing technology that enabled the high level of miniaturization without compromising sensing performance. Specifically, Marco Gysel will provide insights in Sensirion’s PASens® technology.
Learn more about why the SCD4x is a truly disruptive sensor and get ready to kick-start your own project with the SCD4x.
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