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Sensirion closes H1 2022 with solid growth

Strong customer demand for Sensirion’s latest environmental sensor solutions in addition to a further decrease of its lead times despite the continued challenging global supply chain circumstances resulted in 14.2% revenue growth year over year. The now normalized pandemic-driven demand for ventilator sensors was compensated by another one-off special event from the medical market, which was due to a large-scale replacement campaign by a major CPAP customer. Long term strategic objectives are on track and remain unchanged despite moderate short-term slowdown effects and low visibility on the markets. Consolidated revenue amounted to CHF 164.8 million, and the gross and EBITDA margins reached high values of 59.7% and 29.6% respectively.

Fourth generation SHT4xA digital humidity sensor now available

Sensirion is adding the digital automotive sensor SHT4xA to its established range of humidity and temperature sensors. This is available immediately through direct sales as well as Sensirion’s global distribution channels. With its integrated diagnostic capability, AEC-Q100 product qualification, optional wettable flanks and low annual drift, the SHT4xA sets the highest standards for demanding applications.

Sensirion extends successful SFC5500 mass flow controller serie

Sensirion is the first company in the world to successfully launch its mass flow controllers for catalog distribution. For about a year already, mass flow controllers have been available to customers quickly and easily for evaluation and initial testing. The sensor manufacturer is now expanding its product range with two additional mass flow controllers from the successful SFC5500 series and four new mass flow meters in the SFM5500 series. The new mass flow controllers and meters are ideally suited for analytical, medical and industrial applications.

Annual General Meeting approves all proposals

Due to the ongoing situation caused by the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus), the Annual General Meeting of Sensirion Holding AG was held again without the physical presence of shareholders. In accordance with the COVID-19 Ordinance 3 of the Swiss Federal Council, shareholder rights could exclusively be exercised through the independent proxy. The Annual General Meeting was held on the premises of Sensirion Holding AG’s company headquarters in Stäfa.