Cambridge CMOS Sensors (CCS) Metal Oxide (MOX) gas sensors are developed using unique technology platforms enabling sensor miniaturization, low power consumption and ultra-fast response times for a wide range of applications.
CCS gas sensor platforms incorporate a proprietary micro hotplate architected into a highly reliable thermally isolating structure. When combined with CCS advanced MOX materials, provide a family of ultra-small MOX gas sensors. To maximize the MOX gas sensitivity the material is heated to a stable elevated temperature. The internal heating element brings the MOX material to temperature (150°C to 450°C) within milliseconds. The sensitivity of the MOX material at these temperatures combined with advanced algorithms give an indication of the gas concentration present.
Benefits of CCS8xx Sensor Product Family
CCS miniature gas sensors use a unique silicon platform with advanced sensing materials, with:
• Highly sensitive and ultra-fast response times
• Reliable and stable gas detection
• Ultra-low power consumption for portable handheld devices
Advanced algorithms support the CCS8xx family of MOX gas sensors for easy and timely integration into a wide range of applications.
The following table indicates the key product parameters for our CCS8xx family of ultra-low power gas sensors.
|Product||Description||Average Power Consumption1||Package|
|CCS801||Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) monitoring||<1mW1||2 x 3mm DFN|
|CCS811||Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) monitoring||<1.2mW1||2.7 x 4mm LGA|
|CCS8023||Carbon monoxide detection||<1mW1||2 x 3mm DFN|
|CCS803||Ethanol detection||<10mW2||2 x 3mm DFN|
- (1)Based on a sensor measurement duty cycle of 2.5%
- (2)Based on a 20s warm-up period and a 10s measurement window performed once in a 2 min period for Alcohol breath analysis
- (3)CO selectivity requires carbon filter