Renesas offers innovative, high-performance, fully calibrated environmental sensors and modules to measure humidity and temperature (RHT), volatile organic compounds (VOCs), nitrogen dioxide (NO2) and ozone (O3), hydrogen (H2), particulate matter (PM) and carbon dioxide (CO2). Renesas has leveraged over 15 years of technical experience to develop sensors that provide reliable data and awareness about the environment. Our sensors are proven to meet various air quality standard requirements when designed for applications.

Discrete Sensors

Renesas offers discrete sensors with a single sensing element for host controller integration.

Humidity & Temperature Sensors

See all HS3xxx, HS4xxx products

Metal Oxide Gas Sensors

See all ZMOD4xxx products

 

Intelligent Sensor Modules

Renesas sensor modules are equipped with one or more sensing elements and an MCU containing integrated sensor firmware, offering ease of design. These modules provide benefits such as accelerated time to market, flexibility for use across all product lines, improved performance, and reduced development costs.

TVOC sensor module

Categories

Humidity & Temperature Sensors

Robust Humidity and Temperature sensors with low power consumption and fast response

Metal Oxide Gas Sensors

MOx sensor modules for indoor, outdoor and refrigeration air quality

Documentation

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Brochure PDF 4.38 MB 日本語
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ZMOD4410 TVOC and Indoor Air Quality Sensor Platform Overview

This is a brief overview of the Renesas ZMOD4410 gas sensor platform, which provides best-in-class stability and sensitivity to identify trace gases in various indoor environments. These air quality sensors feature a miniature package with waterproof capability, an integrated ASIC, and a MEMS sensing element comprised of a controlled heater and proven metal oxide (MOx) material. The firmware upgradeable platform makes the ZMOD4410 portfolio capable of providing a variety of measurement options by varying the method of operation or changing the firmware used to interpret the resistance measurements.

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