Some of them come under the Amphenol Advanced Sensors name (such at the thermistors on the right), while many of them carry sub-brands – for example: Thermometrics is an Amphenol sub-brand that covers a set of temperature sensors ranging across -196 to +1,150°C.
Another sub-brand is Telaire, which covers CO2 and air quality sensor, deployed in commercial and residential building ventilation systems as well as in cars and other road vehicles.
Telaire T6713-EP non-dispersive infra-red (NDIR) sensor
“Just one example from the range is the T3022 series, which has been designed for low-cost CO2 sensing. It comes with protection to IP65, features the maker’s non-dispersive infra-red measuring technology, and enables installation with a 5V input and an I2C digital output.”
NovaSensor devices measure pressure. “The line’s MEMS-based devices include surface mount, hybrid and media-isolated types, which are available in uncalibrated to fully calibrated versions as well as amplified analogue and digital-output types,” said RS.