From detection to measurement, discover manufacturers’ technical choices and device manufacturing costs
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- Main features
- Block diagrams
- Printed circuit board characteristics and component identification
- Chipset comparison tables
- Added value comparison table
- Manufacturing cost comparison table
Table of Content
- Executive Summary
- Particle Sensor Market
- Main FeaturesParticle Sensor Comparison 2019
- Block Diagrams
- Teardown/Part Collection
- Electronic Boards
- Comparison Table : Chipset and Other Parts
- BoM Cost
- Added-Value Cost
- Manufacturing Cost
Due to increasing air quality level requirements, air and gas particulate matter sensing has become an ever-growing market, particularly in semiconductor, indoor depollution and automotive applications.
Only a few well-known companies share this market, which is worth more than $100 million today. Many products have already been released in different applications, for different particle sizes.
However, these particle sensors must respect dimensional constraints to be integrated into other systems. They must operate for years without maintenance and have a reasonable selling price to reach as many areas as possible.
In this comparative report, System Plus Consulting analyzes seven particle sensors from the top main manufacturers: Honeywell’s HPMA115S0-XXX, Nova Fitness’ SDS011, Plantower’s PMS 7003, Sensirion’s SPS30, Sharp’s GP2Y1010AU0F, and Shiyei Technology’s PPD42NJ and PPD71.
In this analysis technical choices made by manufacturers are highlighted, at the printed circuit boards, electronic components and hardware levels. Block diagrams help readers to understand the component functions and the mechanical design. Different tables compare the common chipsets and main parts identified, their respective costs. Then, combined with manufacturing hypotheses, a manufacturing price is estimated for each system.
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