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May 11, 2016Cambridge CMOS Sensors Ltd. (Cambridge, England) has launched its CCS11xA infrared sources for optical gas sensing. They are designed to operate across the wideband IR range (2 to 14-micron wavelength) and can be used to continually sense carbon dioxide, and ethanol vapors in non-dispersive infrared (NDIR) systems at low power.

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