Infrared Gas Sensors utilize only part of the infrared spectrum, corresponding to wavelengths which are absorbed by the gas to be detected. The optical bandwidth of a laser source is sufficiently narrow for it to be used directly, but with wideband sources such as thermal sources or even LED’s some additional wavelength selection in the optical path is required to achieve usable sensitivity and selectivity. The optical bandwidth of a sensor should ideally be matched to the absorption band of the gas (matching system bandwidth to the information carrying bandwidth) which is typically in the tens or low hundreds of nanometers.
Wavelength selection can be achieved using prisms or diffraction gratings, these being termed dispersive systems since they separate wavelengths spatially. Alternatively, a non-dispersive element may be used such as a multilayer thin film filter.
Nowadays commercial single gas IR gas sensors, as opposed to analytical instruments, are all based on NDIR techniques.
Technology innovation, primarily due to enhanced manufacturing processes and embedded electronics is expected to drive the gas sensors market. For example, in the industry sector, hazardous emissions has led to the framing of legislations for emission control and created the need to monitor its concentration. Whilst in manufacturing plants related to flammable gas, fire detection and combustible gas concentration need to be measured to guarantee worker’s safety. As consumer electronics became more common in people’s life, portable devices employed to collect environment air data are more seemingly to be purchased by individuals who are aware of healthy problems and IR gas sensors are on the essential list of a HVAC system configuration.
Europe was the leading region of IR gas sensor consumption in 2015 and accounted for 27% of the global revenue, primarily due to the technology advancement in the region, especially UK, Switzerland and Russia, additionally the more advanced greenhouse gas emission standards established by EU.
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China is potentially the biggest future market of IR gas sensor as it generates world’s largest CO2 emission segment at the moment though insufficient actions were taken to regulate the industries. On the other hand, China is the No.1 country in medical consumption, which will enhance the IR gas sensor market expansion due to the upgrade of medical instruments.
Over the next five years, it is projected that Infrared Gas Sensor will register a xx% CAGR in terms of revenue, reach US$ xx million by 2023, from US$ xx million in 2017.
This report presents a comprehensive overview, market shares, and growth opportunities of Infrared Gas Sensor market by product type, application, key manufacturers and key regions.
To calculate the market size, it is considered value and volume generated from the sales of the following segments:
Segmentation by product type:
Segmentation by application:
The report also presents the market competition landscape and a corresponding detailed analysis of the major vendor/manufacturers in the market. The key manufacturers covered in this report:
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