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HiTec Zang GmbH, Germany

HiTec Zang supplies components as well as turn-key-systems for laboratory, mini- and pilot-plant. Particular products: LabManager, laboratory automation systems and LabKit, our automated laboratory reactor system with optional reaction calorimetry. more

ProMinent GmbH, Germany

The ProMinent Group is a manufacturer of components and systems in the field of metering as well as a reliable solution partner for water treatment. Based on innovative products, comprehensive expertise in process technology and distinct application orientation, practical solutions are developed fo more

cmc Instruments GmbH, Germany

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Products Sensors

High performance oxygen and binary gas analyzers with SIL 2 and ATEX, IECEx, cCSAus, TC TR

Both analyzers meet the requirements for SIL 2 in accordance with IEC 61508. ✓ Reliable measurement of hydrogen concentration in methane, biogas and natural gas with the XTC601. more

Handheld Oxygen Meter with Long-Term Logging and Large Choice of O2 Sensors

Versatile pocket oxygen meter with stand-alone long-term data logging for O2 measurements in gas, water and aqueous samples more

Little ones making it big: Spectrometer modules small enough for handheld devices

Fourier transform infrared spectrometer ✓ Ultra compact ✓ High-sensitivity NIR measurements ✓ Minimal dark current ✓s more

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News Sensors

  • Reusable UV sensor films

    With the EXIST research transfer PRUUVE (Phosphorescent Response Under UV Excitation) three physicists of the TU Dresden want to bring reusable UV sensor foils and labels to market maturity. With this idea, the team is currently also nominated for the Saxon Founders Award 2022 (futureSAX). Artificia more

  • Highly sensitive quantum magnetometers on their way to industry

    Fraunhofer IAF develops quantum magnetometers based on diamond. They are able to detect magnetic fields with a spatial resolution of a few nanometers down to single electron and nuclear spins. Due to the physical material properties, diamond quantum magnetometers operate at room temperature, which i more

  • Microcavities as a sensor platform

    Sensors are a pillar of the Internet of Things, providing the data to control all sorts of objects. Here, precision is essential, and this is where quantum technologies could make a difference. Researchers in Innsbruck and Zurich are now demonstrating how nanoparticles in tiny optical resonators can more

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Videos Sensors

GLP compliant wireless measurement and data handling using Intelligent Digital Sensors

The IDS System comprises IDS probes, a wireless module and an inoLab meter or the new IDS Gate. IDS sensors are well established as reliable, precise and data safe measuring devices. Working with probes tethered to meters at the bench can present significant work flow inefficiencies and can even bec more

Fluid systems for instrument-based analytics/ spectroscopy

Spectroscopy is based on precise and reliable sensor and actuator equipment. Combustion gases and carrier gases or liquids for absorption spectroscopy must be dosed and mixed with precision, requiring precise pressure and liquid control circuits, among other things. To meet this need, Bürkert offers more

A New Era of Temperature Measurement Using Non-Invasive Sensors

Temperature is the most commonly measured parameter in the process industry. The conventional method is inserting a sensor with thermowell into the medium that is to be measured. The disadvantages: Pipelines must be drilled through, chemical substances can damage the thermowell, an undersized thermo more

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Webinars Sensors

  • Keeping up the pressure - Non-invasive steam flow measurement

    Steam is a universal and very common tool for transfering heat in nearly every industry. Accordingly, it is very important to analyse steam flows, may it be for process control, consumption metering or energy management. With in-line meters, users often have to accept disadvantages when it comes to more

  • Camera Technology in Medical & Life Sciences: Top 5 Trends

    There is hardly a technology that is not constantly developing, but there is a lot going on at Vision Technology, especially for Medical & Life Sciences. Peter Behringer, Head of Product Management Medical at Basler, explains the most important trends in the field of camera technology for Medical & more

  • Camera Technology in Medical & Life Sciences: Top 5 Trends

    There is hardly a technology that is not constantly developing, but there is a lot going on at Vision Technology, especially for Medical & Life Sciences. Peter Behringer, Head of Product Management Medical at Basler, explains the most important trends in the field of camera technology for Medical & more

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Infographics Sensors

The Chemistry of Vehicle Emissions Reduction & The Volkswagen Scandal

Volkswagen have been in the news for all the wrong reasons. The company admitted to installing a ‘defeat device’ in millions of cars which made it appear in emissions tests that they emitted far lower levels of particular pollutants than they actually did in normal road conditions. Plenty of article more

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q&more articles Sensors

  • Detecting and manipulating ions

    The pH electrode is now ubiquitous for the monitoring of chemical processes. Progress in materials chemistry and fundamental methodology opens the door to new exciting approaches. more

  • Thinking in Models

    Whether at home or in the office, our modern lives would be unthinkable without IT and electrical engineering. For industrial manufacturing, the rapid advances made in information and data processing technologies are the drivers of innovation, enabling intelligently controlled, automated processes – that have also long since made their way into laboratories. more

  • Highly specific aptamers for analytics and therapeutics

    DNA and RNA aptamers are high-affinity, nucleotide-based binding molecules which, as an alternative to antibodies, are already being widely used in analytics, diagnostics and therapeutics. The generation of new aptamers and their industrial implementation opens up new potentials for a wide range of application areas. more

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Authors Sensors

  • Céline Gesset

    graduated from Télécom SudParis in 2004 with a specialty in optics and high frequency sensors. She joined CEA in 2005 to developed new design of sensor. Since 2008, she is a staff member at the Diamond Sensors Laboratory, where her main research topic is based on the study of nanodiamonds for sensor more

  • Lucas Armbrecht

    Lucas Armbrecht studied microsystems technology at the University of Freiburg (Breisgau, Germany). During his master’s, he focused on sensors & actuators and lab-on-a-chip systems. Since June 2015, he is PhD student in the Bioanalytics Group at ETH Zurich (Switzerland). In his doctoral studies, he i more

  • Dr. Ralf Strasser

    Ralf Strasser studied chemistry at Ludwig Maximilians University in Munich. He received his doctorate in 2009 on the subject of damage recognition in DNA repair in the lab of Prof. Dr. Thomas Carell. Then, he moved to Technical University of Munich (TUM), where he worked on the synthesis of DNA prot more

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Biochemical sensor

Biochemical sensor A biochemical sensor is a chemical sensor used in medical diagnosis and patient monitoring. Such a sensor can be electrochemical or optical . See also * Protein sensor * Acousto-electric biochemical sensor array * Nati ... more

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