Omron shows new sensor launches at EDS

Omron shows new sensor launches at EDS

Omron Electronic Components will showcase its latest MEMS-based sensor solutions for environmental monitoring applications at the Electronics Design Show in Coventry.
By eeNews Europe


Sensors on display will include the recently launched wide-angle 32 x 32 element version of the Omron D6T MEMS Thermal Sensors. This sensor has the widest field of view that Omron has ever produced. The D6T-32L-01A provide a view over 90.0° by 90.0°, and can encompass a whole room from a single point.

The second-generation Omron Human Vision Component HVC-P2 will also be on stand K32. The HVC-P2 offers 10 times the recognition speed of the original. This integrated module includes a camera and an image processing board. It offers ten image sensing functions for use in digital signage, home and office automation and security applications.

Omron’s 2JCE multi-function Environmental Sensor allows the monitoring of seven parameters. The Environmental Sensor is available for the first time as a USB unit measuring just 14.9 x 29.1 x 7.0mm and can monitor temperature, humidity, light, UV, barometric pressure, noise, seismic and air quality (VOC gas). The sensor can accumulate data for approximately 3 months (based on a communication frequency of once every 5 mins) and connect to multiple devices.

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