Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Sensor Modules from Amphenol Advanced Sensors

Amphenol Advanced Sensors has launched an extensive range of CO2 sensors.

Telaire | Internal CO2 Sensor for Automotive Applications

Telaire Internal CO2 Sensor—a non-dispersive infrared (NDIR) CO2 sensor—uses a single-channel diffusion sampling technique for automotive HVAC applications, such as automatic fresh air control as well as safety sensing for CO2 refrigerants. Together with the patented ABC Logic™ lifetime calibration warranty, the compact design, low power consumption, and easy product integration of the sensor, this makes it an economical gas sensing solution.

Telaire | Internal CO2 Sensor for Automotive Applications

Telaire T6613 | CO2 Sensor Module

The small and compact CO2 sensor module called Telaire T6613 has been developed to fulfill the cost, volume, and delivery expectations of Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs). The sensor module is perfect for customers who are familiar with the integration, design, and handling of electronic parts.

Telaire T6613 | CO2 Sensor Module

Telaire T6615 | Dual Channel CO2 Sensor Module

The Telaire T6615 is a dual-channel CO2 sensor module that can be incorporated into existing equipment and controls for use in instrumentation and applications of up to 50,000 ppm. Dual channels contain a single CO2 channel that quantifies the concentration of gas and also a single-reference channel that quantifies the signal intensity of the sensor.

Telaire T6615 | Dual Channel CO2 Sensor Module

Telaire T6700 Series | Miniature CO2 Sensor Modules

The Telaire T6700 Series of CO2 sensor modules has been developed for applications where high precision is needed in a compact package. These modules are perfect for applications where CO2 concentrations need to be quantified and regulated for energy saving and indoor air quality applications, like demand control ventilation.

Telaire T6700 Series | Miniature CO2 Sensor Modules

Telaire T6703 Series | Miniature CO2 Sensor Modules

The Telaire T6703 Series of CO2 modules is perfect for applications where CO2 concentrations need to be quantified to evaluate the indoor air quality, like residential applications. All the modules are factory-calibrated to quantify the CO2 concentration levels of up to 5000 ppm.

Telaire T6703 Series | Miniature CO2 Sensor Modules

Telaire T6713 Series | CO2 Sensor Modules

The Telaire T6713 CO2 sensor module is suitable for those applications where CO2 concentration levels need to be quantified and regulated for energy saving and indoor air quality applications, like demand control ventilation. All sensor modules are factory-calibrated to quantify the CO2 concentration levels of up to 5000 ppm.

Telaire T6713 Series | CO2 Sensor Modules

Telaire T6723 | CO2 Alarm Module

Telaire T6723-8K5 CO2 alarm modules are the latest products developed for heater applications that need high limit controls. These modules are separately factory-calibrated to activate the ventilation warning signal at 7500 ppm CO2, alarm signal at 8500 ppm CO2, and low battery warning signal (for applications where batteries are used). The modules comply with the new NF128 LNE test procedure.

Telaire T6723 | CO2 Alarm Module

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