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I want some information about odor sensor, and I don’t know what the price of this smell sensor is…


Electric Odor Sensors

Question: Hello. Excuse me I want some information about odor sensor.
and I don’t know what the price of this smell sensor is. If you had some I would be happy.
If it doesn’t matter please explain about several kinds of sensors, but my priority is to have some information about smell odor sensors
THANK YOU SO MUCH.

This electrical question came from: Mehdi, a Student from Iran(shiraz), Other.
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Additional Comments: VERY WELL

Dave’s Reply:
Thanks for your electrical question Mehdi.

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