Single, dual & quad channel analogue TO-39 packaged sensors
What do we offer?
Pyreos offers a full range of analogue TO packaged sensors from single to quad channel in the common sized TO-39 packages. Our products are reliable and easy to use. They all benefit from both the advanced performance of our thin film pyroelectric sensor and the integration of a front-end operational amplifier within the package.
What does this mean in practical terms?
Together this provides a compelling competitive advantage offering extremely strong responsivity, fast frequency of operation and unparalleled robustness, allowing our customers to set new performance limits in terms of measurement resolution, temperature range, and real-time analysis.
Can sensors be tailored to your requirements?
All of our sensors are available with a wide choice of filters, and with options for all common gases, including CO2, toxic, flammable and refrigerant gases. Our team can also source filters for your NDIR gas or liquid analysis application.
Key features & benefits
- Fastest response leading to higher resolution and lower power consumption
- High responsivity & SNR
- Robust – low microphonics
- Thermally stable to slow drift and thermal shock
- Long operational life- a stable pyroelectric material
- Operational from 1-40 Hz. Class-leading SNR above 10-15 Hz
- Wide filter choice
- Extended temperature range
- Less external gain required
- Reliable & easy to use
- Outstanding support of hardware, software and algorithm development
- NDIR gas detection
- Flame detection
- NDIR pellistor & electrochemical replacements
- Automotive gas analysis
- Medical gas analysis
- Fluid analysis
- Food safety
- THz detection
- Energy measurement
- Miniaturised designs
|Sensor Element Size||Filter Aperture||Analog/Digital|
|Single||1000 x 1000 µm||2.5 mm ø||Analog
|Dual||1000 x 1000 µm||2.6 x 2.6 mm||Analogue|
|Quad||700 x 325 µm||1.4 x 1.4 mm||Analogue|
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|Pyreos Analog TO Sensor – Two Channels Datasheet||Download||PY0317||PY2486||PY0261||PY0234||PY2343||PY1943||PY0238||PY0305||PY0259||PY1839||PY0304||PY2055||PY0303||PY1466||PY1648||PY0308||PY2197||PY2550||PY2551||PY2547|
|Pyreos Analog TO Sensor – Four Channels Datasheet||Download||PY0235||PY2213||PY2435|
|Pyreos Analog TO Flame Sensor – One Channel Datasheet||Download||PY1580||PY0575||PY0573||PY1600||PY0574||PY1601||PY0576|
Pyreos has a range of easy-to-use, PC compatible demonstration kits available immediately for rapid and full evaluation of our sensor technology. Our evaluation kits typically use standard and well known, off-the-shelf electronic components to take our sensor output signal and digitise it, so that it can be transferred and analysed via USB interface on a standard Windows-based PC.
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Analogue TO39 CO2 detectors in medical devices
Prior Care (China) uses a Pyreos TO39 Dual CO2 detector in its mainstream and sidestream point-of-care CO2 measurement systems for anesthesia.
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