ENS160 is a digital multi-gas sensor specifically designed for indoor air quality monitoring

ENS160 is a digital multi-gas sensor specifically designed for indoor air quality monitoring

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ENS160 is a digital multi-gas sensor specifically designed for indoor air quality monitoring, offering optimum detection of a wide range of gases and volatile organic compounds (VOCs), including toluene, hydrogen, ethanol, NO2, and ozone.

Based on ScioSense innovative TrueVOC™ technology, ENS160 combines the flexibility of four independently controlled sensor elements, based on metal oxide (MOX) technology, with intelligent on-chip algorithms to calculate CO2-equivalents, TVOC, and various air quality indices (AQIs).

The LGA packaged device offers an SPI or I2C slave interface with a separate supply for host communication.

Key features

  • Detection of reducing (VOCs) and oxidizing gases (e.g., NO2)
  • Multiple IAQ outputs (TVOC, eCO2, AQI)
  • On-chip data processing
  • High immunity to siloxanes and humidity

Additional features

  • Warm-up time: less than 1 minute
  • Initial start-up time: less than 1 hour
  • Supports up to 4 independent MOX gas sensors
  • Integrated pre-calibrated sensor fusion and automatic baseline correction algorithms
  • Integrated sensor measurement and heater drive control
  • Wide operating ranges:
    • Temperature (T): -40 to +85 °C
    • Relative humidity (RH): 5 to 95%
  • High-speed I2C and SPI interfaces
  • Separate digital I/O supply pin:
  • VDDIO: from 1.71 to 3.6 V
  • Configurable interrupt engine:
    • Polarity, pin configuration, events
  • Raw sensor data also available
  • Low peripheral BOM required
  • Compact size: 3.0 x 3.0 x 0.9 mm LGA package
  • Tape & reel, reflow solderable

more information: https://www.sciosense.com/products/environmental-sensors/ens160/

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