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Omron expands the D6T series of Super-Sensitive Non-Contact MEMS Thermal Sensors

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Omron Electronic Components has extended its non-contact MEMS thermal sensor range with the addition of a narrow-field version specifically designed to provide accurate non-contact measurements of objects’ temperature for industrial control and building automation systems. Omron has relaunched its full range of MEMS thermal sensors in Europe, including wider field versions ideal for detecting room occupancy and similar applications.

The new Omron D6T-1A-02 is a super-sensitive infra-red (IR) temperature sensor that makes full use of proprietary Omron MEMS sensing technology. It can measure the surface temperature of an object between -40 up to +80°C in the target area with an accuracy of +/-1.5°C and a resolution of only 0.06°C. The device includes a state-of-the-art MEMS thermopile, a sensor ASIC (Application Specific Integrated Circuit) and a signal processing microprocessor in a tiny package measuring just 12.0mm x 11.6mm x 9.2mm. The D6T-1A-02 features a narrow field of view of 26.5 degrees square, allowing it to accurately assess the surface temperature of a specific object in this area. Features also include a digital I²C output which offers excellent noise immunity (measured as noise equivalent temperature difference) of 140mK.
 

 

 



 
Date Published :
02/08/2018
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