Scottish infrared sensor maker sees Covid-19 boost: Page 2 of 2

January 13, 2021 //By Nick Flaherty
Scottish infrared sensor maker sees Covid-19 boost
Pyreos has sees a 5x boost in shipments of its infrared carbon dioxide sensor as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic
including from other technologies such as thermopile and photodetectors even in the most competitive CO2 detection applications,” said Andrew Wallace, CEO at Pyreos.

“Pyreos is strengthening its reputation for delivering high-performance, high-speed and stable sensor solutions and the ezPyro range is helping our customers to reduce system cost and time-to-market. We look forward to further growth and customer partnership in 2021.”

In addition to capnography, demand for Pyreos’ sensors for consumer healthcare and breath analysis applications includes products aimed at diet and nutrition, fertility, and sports performance measurement.

Products used for capnography include the PY2343, PY0234, PY2572, ePY12231. This web page provides more information on Pyreos capnography implementations and products, and this company blog demonstrates how affordable capnography kits can support low-income economies.

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