CCS801 is an ultra-low power MOX multi-gas sensor for monitoring indoor air quality including carbon monoxide (CO) and a wide range of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) such as ethanol. CCS801 can be used as an equivalent carbon dioxide (eCO2) sensor to represent eCO2 levels in real world environments, where the main source of VOCs is from humans.
CCS811 is a low-power digital gas sensor solution, which integrates a gas sensor solution for detecting low levels of VOCs typically found indoors, with a microcontroller unit (MCU) and an Analog-to-Digital converter to monitor the local environment and provide an indication of the indoor air quality via an equivalent CO2 or TVOC output over a standard I2C digital interface.
ENS210 digital I²C pre-calibrated relative humidity and temperature sensor delivers high accuracy in a compact QFN4 package with ultra-low power consumption.
User Guide for the Windows ENS Dashboard
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