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Pyroelectric infrared sensors

8 March 2006 Opto-Electronics

Murata offers a range of pyroelectric infrared sensors. Key features of the range include: high sensitivity with superior S/N ratio; high stability with respect to temperature changes; and high immunity to external noise (vibration, RFI etc.)

The IRA-E700 series are dual-types, the IRA-E900 and IRA-E940ST1 series are quad-types; and the IRA-E420 series are temperature-compensated single type pyroelectric infrared sensors.

Applications are typically for security, lighting appliances, and household or other appliances.





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