ガスセンサー:TVOC(総揮発性有機化合物), VOC(揮発性有機化合物), 水素、可燃性

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IDTは革新的で高性能なガスセンサーを室内空気質(Indoor Air Quality: IAQ)と産業用ガス漏れ検出用に提供いたします。 IDTのガスセンサーはVOC(揮発性有機化合物)、水素やその他の揮発性ガスに対して正確に反応いたします。 また12年以上にわたり実証されている最先端センサー材料を使用しています。

IDTは今回二つのセンサープラットフォームをご紹介いたします。 ZMODSGAS製品です。 ZMOD製品はデジタルガスセンサーを搭載しており、民生製品や産業用IAQアプリケーション向けです。また、SGAS製品は産業機械系制御装置や漏れ検出アプリケーション向けに最適解を提供いたします。

ZMOD 室内空気質(IAQ : Indoor Air Quality) ガスセンサー製品


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ZMOD4410室内空気質プラットフォームはデジタルセンサーモジュールにて提供されます。

  • 化学的、電気的校正(キャリブレーション)
  • ドイツ環境機構(UBA)策定の室内空気質基準に準拠
  • 自宅、オフィス内にあるアプリケーションにて、揮発性有機化合物(VOC)に対してソフトウエアの構成を変化させることで室内空気質を監視することができます。

IDT has a rich history of shipping precision ASICs that are accurate, energy-efficient, and provide maximum flexibility through software-configurability. The combined experience of both sensing materials and sensing controls has created the industry’s most accurate and flexible gas sensing platform.

The ZMOD4410 gas sensor module is a firmware configurable platform that addresses air quality requirements in a wide range of IAQ applications such as smart homes and buildings, including thermostats, air purifiers, building controls, smart fans and smart HVAC equipment. For example, sources of VOCs in a home may vary by room. The ZMOD4410 offers a library of downloadable firmware to address these specific applications. If the application requires a battery-powered source, a low power firmware configuration can be downloaded, providing an optimized duty cycle operating within a restricted power budget.

IDT’s ability to provide a configurable sensing platform comes from three factors: materials, temperature, and time. The MOx material delivers outstanding sensitivity to air quality contaminants, with a well-controlled manufacturing process developed and demonstrated over many years. The ability to vary operating temperature and time at temperature comes from our innovative ASIC. These three parameters create a tunable system for reliable detection of a wide range of air contaminants. Our ZMOD platform can leverage critical parameters based on target gases to optimize sensitivity and provide the ultimate firmware-enabled gas detection platform.  IDT’s advanced manufacturing supply chain, calibration and JEDEC-based qualification ensure best results for our customers.

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ダウンロード: ZMOD4410 Metal Oxide Gas Sensor for Indoor Air Quality Product Brief (PDF)

SGAS ファミリーガスセンサー製品


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IDT のSGASガスセンサーは水素、有機化合物(VOC/TVOC含む)や可燃性ガスに対して有効にトレースいたします。 このデバイスは革新的なセンサー技術・材料により業界最先端の安定性を得ることができます。 その結果、少ないキャリブレーションサイクルにより製品寿命を長く保つことが可能となり、製品交換やフィールドでの再キャリブレーションをなくすことでコストを抑えることができます。 また、優れたガス検知能力により低レベルのガスにも反応いたしますので検知ミス等を減らすことが可能です。

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ダウンロード: SGAS701, SGAS707 and SGAS711 Gas Sensors Overview (PDF | English, 日本語)
ダウンロード: Sensing Technologies and Sensor Solutions Overview (PDF | English, 简体中文)

About Gas Sensors for Leak Detection and Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Applications, VOC Sensors

A gas sensor (often called a gas detector) is a device used to determine the presence and amount of a specific gas or gases. At the core of any gas detection system is a sensor element. The gas sensor element is typically manufactured to detect a specific gas, and convert that measurement into an electrical signal that can be interpreted by the system. Several factors influence the quality of a gas sensor, including accuracy (how accurate is the measurement), sensitivity (detection of very low levels of gas), selectivity (how well it performs in the presence of other gases), and stability (how reliably it performs year after year).

IDT’s gas sensors provide industry-leading specifications, addressing industrial leak detection and indoor air quality (IAQ) applications. Options are available for measuring the presence of hydrogen gas, methane gas, propane gas, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), and volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and total volatile organic compounds (TVOC).

MOx Sensor Technology Offers Superior Performance

MOx sensors, sometimes called chemiresistive sensors, are well known for their ability to offer affordable, reliable performance in harsh applications compared to non-MOx sensors. MOx materials and appropriate deposition methods that have been in use for more than 10 years ensure production of the most reproducible and reliable sensors that will enable you to safely predict the future performance of your products.

Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) and Propane Gas Sensors

Liquefied petroleum and propane gas sensors are used to detect mixtures of hydrocarbon gases. These gases are used for fuel in heating appliances, cooking equipment, and vehicles. Unfortunately, these systems have the potential to leak small quantities of gas into the environment. While there are well established approaches to quantifying explosive levels, such as pellistors and non-dispersive infrared (NDIR) sensors, detection of trace or ppm levels is a challenge for many sensor technologies. The high sensitivity and fast response time of IDT propane gas sensors makes finding leaks easier.

Methane Gas Sensors

Methane gas sensors monitor the colorless, odorless, hydrocarbon gas. Quick detection of this gas is vital, as this is a contributor to climate pollution and global warming. While there are well established approaches to quantifying explosive levels, such as pellistors and non-dispersive infrared (NDIR) sensors, detection of trace or ppm levels is a challenge for many sensor technologies. The high sensitivity and fast response time of IDT methane gas sensors makes finding leaks easier.