Quad pyroelectric mid-infrared sensor targets multi-gas detection

December 11, 2019 //By Julien Happich
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Pyreos is now taking orders for its newest range of four channel (quad) pyroelectric detectors in TO-39 packaging, shipping its first samples this month.

The products are targeted at gas and food analysis applications such as refrigerant detection, anaesthesia, exhaust gases, carbon monoxide and hydrocarbons. Pyreos also announced the availability of a pre-configured list of 30 filters to order in any combination on the quad. This is to help customers experiment and maximise the off-the-shelf choice available in short lead times. These filters cover common gasses, anaesthesia, refrigerants, and some non-gaseous applications such as food analysis.  The company also offers customer-specified filters where required.
The TO-39 range is expanding rapidly in response to customer demand, thanks to a significantly higher pixel area and signal-to-noise (SNR) ratio. Engineering samples are available for the TO-39 quad range with a four to eight week lead time.

Pyreos – www.pyreos.com

 


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