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Vol. 101, No. 2, February 2009

 

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RESEARCH ARTICLES

 

1. Preliminary Characterization of a Commercial Chiral Stationary Phase as a Selector for Chemical Sensor Applications
    Using a Quartz Crystal Microbalance

    W. J. Buttner, C-L. Lu, V. Perez-Luna, J. R. Stetter and G. K. Webster, pp.1-11

     [Abstract and Full Page Article Download]

 

2. New Copolymers Containing Charge Carriers for Organic Devices with ITO Films Treated by UV-Ozone
    Using High Intensity Discharge Lamp

    Emerson Roberto Santos, Fábio Conte Correia, Elvo Calixto Burini Junior, Shu Hui Wang, Marcia Akemi Yamasoe, Pilar Hidalgo,
    Fernando   Josepetti Fonseca, Adnei Melges de Andrade, pp.12-21

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3. Aquaregia and Oxygen Plasma Treatments on Fluorinated Tin Oxide for Assembly of PLEDs Devices Using OC1C10-PPV
    as Emissive Polymer

    Emerson Roberto Santos, Elvo Calixto Burini Junior, Fernando Josepetti Fonseca, pp.22-30

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4. Electrical Conduction and Humidity Sensing Properties of NiCr2O4-ZnO-CeO2 Composites

    L. Regina Mary, K. S. Nagaraja, pp. 31-41

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5. Humidity and Electrical Sensing Properties of NiCr2O4–ZnO–MnO2 Composites

    Regina Mary L., Jeyaraj B. and Nagaraja K. S., pp.42-51

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6. Poly (3, 4-Ethylenedioxythiophene) - Poly (4-Styrenesulfonate) for Humidity Sensing Using Ink-jet Printing Technique
    on Flexible Polyimide Substrate

    Hee C. Lim, Yew Fong Hor, Yew L. Hor, James L. Zunino III and John F. Federici, pp.52-59

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7. Cobalt Doped SnO2 Thick Film Gas Sensors: Conductance and Gas Response Characteristics for LPG and CNG Gas

    V. Kumar, S. K. Srivastava, Kiran Jain, pp.60-72

    [Abstract and Full Page Article Download]

 

8. Study on Gas Sensing Performance of TiO2 Screen Printed Thick Films

    C. G. Dighavkar, A. V. Patil and R. Y. Borse, pp.73-81

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9. Metal Oxides Doped PPY-PVA Blend Thin Films Based Gas Sensor

    D. B. Dupare, M. D. Shirsat and A. S. Aswar, pp.82-89

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10.Surface Morphology Dependent Copper Sulphide Ammonia Gas Sensor Working at Room Temperature:
     Effect of SHI Irradiation

     Ramphal Sharma, Abhay A. Sagade, J. C. Vyas , P. K. Nema, Anil Ghule and Sung-Hwan Han, pp. 90-95

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11.NO2 Gas Sensing Properties of Screen Printed ZnO Thick Films

     A. V. Patil, C. G. Dighavkar and R. Y. Borse, pp.96-103

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12.Loss of Capacitance Ideality in Label-Free Immuno-Chip

     Sandro Carrara, Vijayender Bhalla, Luca Benini, Bruno Samorě, pp.104-111

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13.Development of an Optical Urea Biosensor Using Polypyrrole-polyvinyl Sulphonate Film

     H. J. Kharat, K. Datta, P. Ghosh, Mahendra D. Shirsat, pp.112-122

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14.Performance Comparison of SPR Sensors Based on Chalcogenide and Silica Glass Prisms

    Rajan Jha and Anuj K. Sharma, pp.123-131

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15.Non-invasive Blood Glucose Quantification Using a Hybrid Sensor

    Sundararajan Jayapal, Dr. V. Palanisamy, Sandeep Mandyam, pp.132-151

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PRODUCT NEWS

 

Reaction Torque Sensor Available with USB Output

 

FUTEK Advanced Sensor Technology, Inc. has just added the TFF Reaction Torque Sensor to their USB Sensor Solution Line. The new module with USB output eliminates the need for an analog amplifier, power supply, and display equipment making usage that much easier. The plug and play gives you power to monitor the output of the sensor and enjoy measurement and are less affected by noise, temperature variation or power supply requirement. The USB integration also includes FUTEK’s USB Software which allows users to monitor the output of the Sensor in real time. This particular model is available in Aluminum construction and features a built-in Overload Protection up to 400 in-oz ...

 

John Vargas

FUTEK Advanced Sensor Technology, Inc.

10 Thomas, Irvine, CA

92618 USA

Tel.: (949)-465-0900, Fax: (949)-465-0905

E-mail: info@futek.com

Torque Sensor

 

 

Compact OEM Pressure Transducers

 

Berea, Ohio. NOSHOK's 300 Series compact-sized pressure transducer delivers long term stability during operation, and is ideal for use in general industrial applications where space is limited and durability is essential. This transducer is excellent for use in dynamic or static measurement, in applications including hydraulic and pneumatic systems, pumps and compressors, stamping and forming presses, test equipment and systems, and industrial machinery and machine tools. The NOSHOK 300 Series Transducer's rugged, high quality stainless steel construction makes it compatible with chemically aggressive media, and highly resistant to shock and vibration. The sensor is welded directly to the process connection, eliminating the need for any gaskets or seals while also increasing its resistance to mechanical stress ...

 

Sheryl Pritt

NOSHOK, INC.

1010 West Bagley Road Berea,

Ohio 44017, USA

Tel.: 440.243.0888 x220

Fax: 440-243-3472

E-mail: spritt@noshok.com

Pressure transducers

 

 

High Pressure and Chemically Resistant LVDTs Enhance Performance of Extensometers Used to Monitor Structural Integrity of Offshore Platforms

 

Pennsauken, NJ - To ensure the ongoing stability of offshore drilling platforms, the structural integrity of production risers, catenary risers, tendons and platform legs and braces are constantly monitored. Macro Sensors designed a pressure-balanced, oil-filled and double bellows-sealed LVDT assembly to enhance the reliability of multiple redundant LVDT-based extensometers mounted longitudinally around the circumference of the structural member to monitor structural integrity. The LVDTs enabled measurement of the extension of the structural members to a fraction of a microstrain. For the huge loads on oil platforms, total movement being measured is typically less than 2 mm ...

 

Macro Sensors

U.S. Route 130 North,

Bldg. 22, Pennsauken, NJ 08110-1541

Tel: 856-662-8000

Fax: 856-317-1005

E-mail: joev@macrosensors.com

LVDT

 

 

All Environment Ultrasonic Sensors

 

MaxBotix® Inc., announces the MaxSonar®-WR1™ sensors. These sensors are designed for either indoor or outdoor use while maintaining very low cost. The MaxSonar®-WR1™ will work in many industrial application such as presence sensing (determining whether an object is present or not), distance measurement, outdoor mounting, people and proximity detection, snow measurement, and tank level detection. The rugged packaging and narrow beam width of the WR1™ means that these sensors can be used for mobile robotics applications like room mapping, where a precision beam is required ...

 

MaxBotix® Inc.

4613 County Road 8,

Brainerd MN 56401 USA

Tel.:218.764.2489

Fax: 218.764.2194

E-mail: info@maxbotix.com

Ultrasonic sensor

 

 

Flow-sensor for Process Technology

 

For the employment in process technology the latest SCHMIDT® flow sensor SS 20.260 offers three crucial upgrades compared to his forerunner. With an expanded measuring range of 0 … 50 m/s the sensor can be applied for flow rate control in a wide range of systems. Many processes require the measurement of heated gases and therefore an enhanced operating temperature. Depending on the configuration of the SS 20.260 it is up to 120 °C. The temperature can be meas-ured with an additional linear output and no separate sensor is required any more. The unit is ro-bust due to a chamber in which the sensing element is protected against impacts ...

 

SCHMIDT Technology GmbH,

Feldbergstr. 1, 78112 St. Georgen,

Tel.: +49/7724/899-0

Fax:+49/7724/899101

E-mail: sensors@schmidttechnology.de

Flow sensor

 

 

Dual Encoder to USB Converter Allows PC Access to Encoder Data

 

BEI Industrial Encoders introduces the new Dual Encoder to USB Converter module. This module translates encoder position data to industry standard USB 2.0 format that can be accessed directly through a PC. Each module can handle signals from two SSI absolute encoders or two quadrature incremental encoders. An optional programmable data sample function allows users to automatically capture readings on a precise time clock. Using a simple PC interface, this module can be programmed through the USB port for number of bits with absolute encoders. For incremental encoders, count mode (X1, X2, X4), reset, preset, and preset/reset on index are programmable through the USB. Incremental encoder counter register length is programmable, up to 32 bits. The Dual Encoder to USB Converter is ideal for system setup and debugging, data acquisition, analysis, monitoring and PC based control applications ...

 

Michelle Todd

BEI Industrial Encoders

7230 Hollister Avenue

Goleta, CA 93117

Tel.: 800-350-2727

E-mail: michelle.todd@cst.schneider-electric.com

Dual Encoder to USB Converter module

 

 

Industrial Modbus Ethernet-to-Serial Gateways

 

B&B Electronics announces their new Vlinx™ Industrial Modbus Ethernet-to-Serial Gateways. MESR series gateways are a costeffective way to connect serial Modbus ASCII/RTU devices with Modbus/TCP Ethernet as well as solve many other real-world Modbus problems such as converting ASCII to RTU, remapping conflicting Modbus ID's or connecting two Modbus devices hardwired with different baud rates. With zero-tolerance for unexpected downtime on today’s factory floor, these Modbus gateways, designed and built by B&B Electronics, offer peace-of-mind for plant operation managers around the world ...

 

Gary Stewart

B&B Electronics Ltd.

Westlink Commercial Park,

Oranmore, Co. Galway, Ireland

Tel.:+353 91 792444

Fax: +353 91 792445

E-mail: gstewart@bb-europe.com

Http://www.bb-europe.com

Modbus Ethernet-to-Serial Gateways

 

  

New Wheel Force Transducer Series

 

Novi, Michigan – PCB Automotive Sensors Division introduces Series 5400 Wheel Force Transducers (WFT), for road load data acquisition applications. Designed as rugged one-piece units that mount between the vehicle hub and the wheel rim, these units deliver highly accurate measurements and superior performance in a durable water-resistant package. Units are available in a wide variety of sizes for vehicles including passenger cars; light-, medium- and heavy-duty trucks; commercial vehicles including tractor trailers, buses, agricultural, and earth-moving equipment; and military vehicles. Passenger car and light truck units use a custom hub adapter to mount to the vehicle; while heavy truck units mount directly to the axle hub. The units can be fitted with either slip ring or telemetry signal transmission, and come equipped with on-board signal conditioning and calibration circuitry for each channel of data measurement, making their setup and use with a Transducer Interface Unit (TIU) quick and easy ...

 

PCB PIEZOTRONICS, INC.

3425 Walden Avenue, Depew, New York

14043-2495 USA

Toll Free: 800-828-8840

Fax: 716-684-0987

E-mail: fanderson@pcb.com

 

  


 

 

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