Collaborators Create Personal Air Monitoring Gas Sensor

Rogue Valley Microdevices announces its strategic partnership with AerNos to manufacture ultra-miniature gas sensors that are small and affordable enough to use in mobile devices, wearables, and Internet of Things (IoT) devices for smart city and smart home initiatives. AerNos gas sensors boast significant advantages over the gas sensors currently available in the market. In addition to their small size, low power, and affordability, AerNos gas sensors can detect multiple gases simultaneously, a major improvement over competitors that can detect just one-two gases. Capable of measuring at parts per billion (ppb) levels, AerNos gas sensors are extremely accurate, offering product developers a state-of-the-art solution at a form factor that will help make personal environmental monitoring accessible to all.

 

AerNos’s MEMS-based 3 mm x 3 mm sensor chip leverages innovations in AerCNT technology, using hybrid nanostructures to simultaneously detect specific gases such as nitrogen oxides, ozone, carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide, hydrogen sulfide, methane, formaldehyde, and other volatile organic compounds (VOCs). The AerNos technology has the potential to transform the way that air quality is measured in both indoor and outdoor environments.

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For more info, visit http://www.AerNos.com and http://www.roguevalleymicrodevices.com

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