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Vol. 113, No. 2, February 2010

 

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RESEARCH ARTICLES

 

1) Biosensors and Biochips for Nanomedical Applications: a Review
    by Sarmishtha Ghoshal, Debasis Mitra, Sudip Roy, Dwijesh Dutta Majumder, pp.1-17
   
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2) Crossed-Optical-Fiber Oxygen Sensors with Intensity and Temperature Referencing for Use in High-Spatial-Resolution Sensor Arrays
    by Maria Veronica Rigo, Robert Olsson and Peter Geissinger, pp.18-32

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3) Humidity Response of Polyaniline Based Sensor
    by Mamta Pandey, Atul Srivastava, Anchal Srivastava, Rajesh Kumar Shukla, pp.33-40
   
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4) Epoxy Resin Modified Quartz Crystal Microbalance Sensor for Chemical Warfare Agent Sulfur Mustard Vapor Detection
    by Rajendra Bunkar, K. D. Vyas, V. K. Rao, Sunil Kumar, Beer Singh, M. P. Kaushik, pp.41-47
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5) Humidity Sensing Properties of CuO, ZnO and NiO Composites
    Vedhakkani Jeseentharani, Boniface Jeyaraj, John Pragasam, Arunachalam Dayalan, Karachalacheruvu Seetharamaiah Nagaraja, pp.48-55

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6) Optical Behavior by Congo Red Doped in Polymer and Sol-Gel Film
    A. Kazemzadeh, R. Kashanaki and M. R. Hassanzadeh, pp.56-62
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7) Ammonia Gas Sensing Characteristics of Chemically Synthesized Polyaniline Matrix
    by Ravindra G. Bavane, Mahendra D. Shirsat, and Ashok M. Mahajan, pp.63-70
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8) The Use of Calixarene Thin Films in the Sensor Array for VOCs Detection and Olfactory Navigation
    by Alan F. Holloway, Alexei Nabok, Abbass A. Hashim, Jacques Penders, pp.71-81
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9) Synthesis of WO3-Polyaniline Composites and their Gas Sensing Properties
    by L. A. Patil, J. P. Talegaonkar, pp.82-94
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10)Effect of Firing Temperature on the Composition and Micro Structural Parameters of Screen Printed SnO2 Thick Films Resistors
    by A. S. Garde and R. Y. Borse, pp.95-106
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11)Influence of Firing Temperature on Compositional and Structural Characteristics of ZrO2 Thick Films Gas Sensor
    by S. J. Patil, C. G. Dighavkar, A. V. Patil, R. Y. Borse, pp.107-114
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12)Development of Piezoelectric DNA-Based Biosensor for Direct Detection of Mycobacterium Tuberculosis in Clinical Specimens
    by Thongchai Kaewphinit, Somchai Santiwatanakul, Chamras Promptmas and Kosum Chansiri, pp.115-126
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13)An Electrochemical Oxalate Biosensor Based on CA Membrane Bound Sorghum Oxalate Oxidase
    by R. Chaudhary and C. S. Pundir, pp.127-139
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14)Detection of a BSA-Biotin-Conjugate by a Novel Immunosensor
    by Lok Hang Mak, Meinhard Knoll, Nico Dankbar, Tanja Fisbeck,Andreas Gorschlüter, pp.140-149
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15)Heat Treatment of Nanocrystalline ZnO and AZO Films Grown by Pulsed Laser Deposition
    by K. C. Dubey, Dharmendra Mishra, Anchal Srivastava and R. K. Shukla, pp.150-157
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16)A Model Linked to E. Coli Related to Electrostrictive Energy in Cancer Cell
    by T. K. Basak, T. Ramanujam, Suman Halder, Poonam Goyal, Prachi Mohan Kulshestha, Arpita Gupta,
    S. Jeybalan, V. Cyrilraj, Sudhir Patil, Narendra Mustare,   pp.158-166

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17)Electrical and Dielectric Properties of New Natural Cellulosic Fabric Grewia Tilifolia
     by Jayaramudu J., V. V. Ramana C.H. and Varadarajulu A., pp.167-175
    
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Sensors & Transducers journal, Special Issue on Intelligent Data Acquisition and Smart Sensors Systems, Vol.8, February 2010

 

Selected Papers From the 5th IEEE Workshop on Intelligent Data Acquisition and Advanced Computing Systems: Technology and Applications (IDAACS' 09), Rende (Cosenza), Italy, 21-23 September, 2009

Edited by Fernando López Peña and Wieslaw Winiecki

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BUSINESS AND PRODUCT NEWS

 

Xsens presents 10,000th Motion Tracker at Oceanology International 2010

 

LONDON, March 10th - At Oceanology International 2010 in London, Xsens’ 10,000th Motion Tracker was presented. During a celebration lunch for Xsens 10th anniversary Casper Peeters, CEO of Xsens, handed over an award with the 10,000th Motion Tracker embedded to Simon Partridge, Engineering Director of Sonardyne ...

 

Remco Sikkema

Xsens

P.O. Box 559

7500 AN Enschede, The Netherlands

E-mail: remco.sikkema@xsens.com

Http://www.xsens.com

Xsens at Oceanology International 2010

 

 

High Accuracy HDI Pressure Sensors Offer 3 V Supply Versions for Battery Powered Applications

 

Sensortechnics’ HDI sensors measure absolute, differential or gage pressures in various ranges from 10 mbar up to 5 bar. The HDI series features 3 V supply versions which are ideally suitable for battery powered applications, e.g. in portable or handheld devices. HDI pressure sensors perform precision digital signal conditioning and achieve ultra high accuracies with an excellent Total Error Band (TEB) better than ±0.5 % FSS over a temperature range of 0…+85 °C ...

 

Andrea Doster

Sensortechnics GmbH

Boschstr., 10, 82178 Puchheim, Germany

Tel.: +49 (0)89 80083-0, fax: +49 (0)89 80083-33

E-mail: info@sensortechnics.com

Http://www.sensortechnics.com

HDI Pressure Sensors

 

 

PCB Load & Torque – Excellence in Calibration

 

Farmington Hills, Michigan, USA – January 29, 2010 PCB Load & Torque, Inc. a PCB Group Company, provides torque and force calibration services at its A2LA Accredited Calibration Laboratory in Farmington Hills, Michigan.  This calibration service is a necessary requirement for facilities seeking to obtain or maintain ISO 9001:2000 certification.  Items of measuring and testing equipment that are calibrated with the scope of accreditation are rotary torque, reaction torque and force measuring transducers.  The commercial calibration capabilities of PCB Load & Torque, Inc. are defined according to the Scope of Accreditation to ISO/IEC 17025-2005 and AJNSI/NCSL Z540-1-1994 ...

 

Jennifer Beal,

Marketing Coordinator

PCB Load & Torque

Tel.: 716-684-0001

E-mail: prospects@pcb.com

Http://www.pcbloadtorque.com

PCB Load & Torque' s Certificate

 

New Liquid Level Sensor Technology Chosen By Major Supermarket Group

 

The UK's largest supermarket group has opted for the Optical Level Sensor to monitor liquid levels in its refrigeration packs. Invented and developed by Product Innovation, 500 units have been ordered and delivered with further orders expected in the near future and the company is now looking for exclusive distributors in the US. The unique and patented OLS (Optical Level Sensor), measures liquid level directly rather than calculating it from secondary effects as in capacitance and ultrasonic devices. It accurately measures the liquid level regardless of dielectric constant, conductivity or temperature ...

 

Debby Freeman

Communicator

Riverview House,

The Waterhaven, Earith PE28 3RH

Tel.: +44 (0) 1487 843366

E-mail: debby.freeman@communicator-marketing.co.uk

Optical Level Sensor

 

 

New Condensation Monitor Series EE46 from E+E Elektronik

 

Cooling ceilings, critical areas in HVAC and technical installations, which are operating close to the dewpoint temperature, need an early alarm system against the forming of moisture, because of the potential danger of condensation. The new condensation monitor EE46 from E+E Elektronik is specially designed for such applications and can be installed in a few seconds on pipelines, walls, and ceilings. The early detection of “danger of condensation” and as a result the immediate start of counter measures renders this product as very significant ...

 

Martin Raab

E+E Elektronik GmbH

Langwiesen 7

A-4209 Engerwitzdorf, Österreich

Tel.: +43 7235-605-0, fax: +43 7235-605-8

E-mail: raab.m@epluse.at

Http://www.epluse.com

Condensation Monitor Series EE46

 

 

New Platform of ViscSense® Viscosity Control System

 

The Norcross ViscSense® System now incorporates the SenGenuity ViSmartTM viscosity sensor. Utilizing Acoustic Wave Technology, the ViSmartTM viscosity sensor is a solid-state, high-reliability, and precision device that provides sensitive, real time, in-line viscosity measurement and temperature monitoring capability. The industrial grade ViSmartTM Viscosity Sensor has a wide operating range that is unaffected by shock, orientation, or flow conditions. Combining SenGenuity’s state-of-art ViSmartTM viscosity sensor with Norcross’s ViscSense® line of Controllers and 60 years of experience in industrial process control presents a very powerful package ...

 

Jumani Shravan

SenGenuity

267 Lowell Road

Hudson, New Hampshire 03051

Tel: +1-888-328-7661, fax: +1-888-329-8328

E-mail: SJumani@sengenuity.com

Http://www.sengenuity.com

Http://www.viscosity.com

ViscSense® Viscosity Control System

 

 

Compact MEMS Inclinometer for OEM Applications

 

Elmhurst, IL (January 27, 2010) - ASM Sensors, Inc. introduces its smallest addition to the POSITILT® inclinometer series that is available in single and dual axis versions. By using MEMS technology, this new inclinometer PTAM20 series is packaged into a very compact, flat housing making it ideally suited for OEM applications. The measurement range for the single axis version is available from +/-15° to +/-180°, in increments of 15°. For the dual axis version, the measurement range is available from +/- 15° to +/- 60°, in increments of 15° ...

 

Nicole Manz

Marketing Manager

ASM Sensors, Inc./ASM GmbH

650W. Grand Ave., Unit 205

Elmhurst, IL 60126, USA

Tel.: 1-(630)-832 3202, fax: 1-(630)-832 3204

E-mail: info@asmsensors.com

POSITILT® inclinometer

 

 

Ultra-Thin Absolute Pressure Transducer for Surface Air Flow Measurements

 

February 8, 2010, San Juan Capistrano, California, USA – Meggitt Sensing Systems, a division of Meggitt PLC has announced the debut of Endevco® model 8515C, a miniature, high-sensitivity piezoresistive pressure transducer, designed for surface air flow and other aerodynamic measurements requiring high output in a small, lightweight package. The ultra-low profile design of Endevco® model 8515C has an overall thickness of 0.030 inch (0.76mm) and diameter of 0.250 inch (6.3 mm). Units are available in ranges of 15 and 50 psia, with 200 mV full scale output, and frequency responses of 180 kHz and 320 kHz, respectively. The transducers offer stable performance over an temperature operating range of -65 to +250 °F (-54 to +121 °C), with combined non-linearity, non-repeatability and pressure hysteresis error of less than 0.50 % FSO. In addition, model 8515C is designed to survive 10,000 g shock and 10,000 g acceleration, with minimum 5X burst pressure, making it the best performing pressure transducer of its kind in the industry ...

 

Jessica Koble,

Sales & Marketing Coor,

Meggitt Sensing Systems

Tel: 949-276-0413

E-mail: endevcopr@gmail.com

Absolute pressure transducer 8515C

 

 

Solid State Linear Accelerometers Provide Precision Single, Biaxial or Triaxial Measurement Capabilities

 

 

January 25, 2010 - Sherborne Sensors has introduced the A545 series, a range of single, biaxial and triaxial solid state linear accelerometers, designed to measure acceleration and deceleration within demanding environments, and within the same, compact package size. Available in ranges from ±2 to ±500g, A545 series accelerometers feature an advanced MEMS sensor, incorporating air damping. Unlike fluid-damped devices, air damping is essentially independent of temperature, which enables the transducer to reliably perform over a wide temperature range. Sensors are fully compensated for temperature effects on both sensitivity and zero, and incorporate positive mechanical stops. Housed within a robust, lightweight, (less than 40 gm), durable light alloy package with solder pin connectors, the A545 series confers excellent shock resistance, and provides reliable over-ranging protection ...

 

Robin Butler

Director of Sales & Marketing

Sherborne Sensors

Tel.: +44 (0) 870 444 0728

E-mail: sales@sherbornesensors.com

Http://www.sherbornesensors.com

Accelerometer A545

 

 

New MagnetoPot Brings Non-contact Position Measurement in Membrane-style Packaging

 

Towcester – UK – January 2010: The MagnetoPot is new non-contacting linear potentiometer based upon a fully sealed membrane strip and a simple magnet that together provide position feedback from 8 mm to 1200 mm in a low profile and robust design with exceptionally long life capability. Manufactured by USA based membrane sensor experts Spectra Symbol, and available exclusively in the UK from Variohm EuroSensor, the MagnetoPot is ideal for hydraulic and pneumatic position sensing and other medium precision position feedback applications such as liquid level monitoring. A rotary version is also available for compact, low profile angle sensing. The MagnetoPot is similar in concept to a traditional membrane type potentiometer but rather than use a contacting wiper to connect the collector to the resistive element, relies upon the interaction of a non-contacting external magnet and an encapsulated magnetic or ferromagnetic strip to determine the electrical output and hence relative position. The thin IP 65 membrane has a typical membrane thickness of less than 3.5 mm - allowing the position sensor to be discretely installed with either the magnet or the membrane strip attached to the moving component ...

 

Williams' Barn

Variohm Eurosensor Limited

Tiffield Road, Towcester,

Northants, NN12 6HP

Tel.: +44 (0) 1327 351004

E-mail: graham@variohm.com

MagnetoPot

 

 

Highly Accurate Strain Sensors Monitor Fatigue in Aircraft

 

Columbia Research Laboratories, Inc. offers a family of strain sensors that allow critical undercarriage structures and surfaces to be more accurately monitored than by using less accurate counting accelerometer methods. All of the sensors in the DT Series incorporate the proven technology of the flight-qualified DTD2684. Designed to monitor the fatigue loading experienced by aircraft under various conditions of flight speed, weight and mission configuration more accurately than older technologies. All of the sensors in the DT Series are easy to install and feature rugged construction. Basic technology, including self temperature compensating and high output has been enhanced in some models to meet specific application needs ...

 

Monica Bailey

Columbia Research Laboratory, Inc.

Tel.: 610-872-3900

Fax: 610-872-3882

E-mail: sales@columbiaresearchlab.com

Strain sensors DT Series

 

 

Particulate Monitor for Baghouse Leak Detection and Continuous Emissions Monitoring

 

Lincoln, Nebraska—February 11, 2009. BinMaster Level Controls of Lincoln, Nebraska, USA announces the BM-30 LGX particulate monitoring system designed for general process and environmental monitoring. Applications for the BM3-LGX include continuous emissions monitoring, baghouse filter leak detection and process particulate flow monitoring. It detects many types of particulate including solid particulates such as dusts, powders, granulars and pellets. The BM-30 LGX is designed to help companies meet regulatory requirements by detecting leaks before emissions are visible, and prevents the escape of valuable or dangerous powders while providing a cleaner, safer workplace ...

 

Jenny Christensen

Director of Marketing

Tel.: 402-434-9125

E-mail: jchristensen@garnerindustries.com

BM-30 LGX particulate monitoring system

 

 


 

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