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RESEARCH ARTICLES

 

1) Nanomaterials and Chemical Sensors,

    by Sukumar Basu and Palash Kumar Basu, pp.1-31

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2) Fabrication of Phenyl-Hydrazine Chemical Sensor Based on Al- doped ZnO Nanoparticles,

    by Mohammed M. Rahman, Sher Bahadar Khan, A. Jamal, M. Faisal, Abdullah M. Asiri, pp.32-44

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3) Nanostructured Ferrite Based Electronic Nose Sensitive to Ammonia at Room Temperature,

    by U. B. Gawas, V. M. S. Verenkar, D. R. Patil, pp.45-55

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4) A Humidity Sensor Based on Nb-doped Nanoporous TiO2 Thin Film

    by Mansoor Anbia, S. E. Moosavi Fard, pp.56-64

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5) A Resistive Humidity Sensor Based on Nanostructured WO3-ZnO Composites,

    by Karunesh Tiwari, Anupam Tripathi, N. K. Pandey, pp.65-75

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6) Highly Sensitive Cadmium Concentration Sensor Using Long Period Grating,

    by A. S. Lalasangi, J. F. Akki, K. G. Manohar, T. Srinivas, Prasad Raikar, Sanjay Kher and U. S. Raikar, pp.76-84

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7) MEMS Based Ethanol Sensor Using ZnO Nanoblocks, Nanocombs and Nanoflakes as Sensing Layer,

    by H. J. Pandya, Sudhir Chandra and A. L. Vyas, pp.85-94

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8) Simple Synthesis of ZnCo2O4 Nanoparticles as Gas-sensing Materials,

    by S. V. Bangale,S. M. Khetre D. R. Patil and S. R. Bamane, pp.95-106

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9) Nanostructured Spinel ZnFe2O4 for the Detection of Chlorine Gas,

    by S. V. Bangale, D. R. Patil and S. R. Bamane, pp.107-119

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10)Fabrication of Polyaniline-ZnO Nanocomposite Gas Sensor,

    by S. L. Patil, M. A. Chougule, S. G. Pawar, Shashwati Sen, A. V. Moholkar, J. H. Kim and V. B. Patil, pp.120-131

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11)Synthesis and Characterization of Nano-Crystalline Cu and Pb0.5-Cu0.5- ferrites by Mechanochemical Method

    and Their Electrical and Gas Sensing Properties,

    by V. B. Gaikwad ,S. S. Gaikwad, A. V. Borhade and R. D. Nikam, pp.132-142

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12)Surface Modification of MWCNTs: Preparation, Characterization and Electrical Percolation Studies of MWCNTs/PVP Composite Films
     for Realization of Ammonia Gas Sensor Operable at Room Temperature,

     by Sakshi Sharma, K. Sengupta, S. S. Islam, pp.143-154

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13)An Investigation of Structural and Electrical Properties of Nano Crystalline SnO2: Cu Thin Films Deposited by Spray Pyrolysis,

    by J. Podder and S. S. Roy, pp.155-162

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14)Nanocrystalline Cobalt-doped SnO2 Thin Film: A Sensitive Cigarette Smoke Sensor,

     by Patil Shriram B., More Mahendra A., Patil Arun V., pp.163-169

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15)Effect of Annealing on the Structural and Optical Properties of Nano Fiber ZnO Films Deposited by Spray Pyrolysis,

     by M. R. Islam, J. Podder, S. F. U. Farhad and D. K. Saha, pp.170-176

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16)Amperometric Acetylcholinesterase Biosensor Based on Multilayer Multiwall Carbon Nanotubes-chitosan Composite,

     by Xia Sun, Chen Zhai, Xiangyou Wang, pp.177-186

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17)Fabrication of Biosensors Based on Nanostructured Conducting Polyaniline (NSPANI),

     by Deepshikha Saini, Ruchika Chauhan and Tinku Basu, pp.187-201

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PRODUCT NEWS

 

Intrinsically Safe LVDT Linear Position Sensors Approved to Operate in Hazardous Locations

 

Pennsauken, NJ, November 1, 2011 - Macro Sensors (www.macrosensors.com) offers an upgraded series of intrinsically safe LVDT Linear Position Sensors for use in hostile environments such as gas/ steam turbine plants, chemical process plants and paper mills. Rated for operation to 212 °F (100 °C), the HLR sensors are now UL/ULC listed for hazardous locations Class I, Division 1, Groups A, B, C, D and Class I, Zone 2 by Underwriters Laboratories ...

 

Eileen Otto,

Macro Sensors,

7300 US Route 130 North,

Pennsauken, New Jersey, 07828 USA

Tel.: (856) 662-8000, fax: (856) 317-1005

E-mail: positionsensors@macrosensors.com

LVDT Linear Position Sensors

 

 

New Digital Differential Pressure Sensors with Low Power Consumption

 

Sensirion recently launched new differential pressure sensors in the SDP600 series. The new SDP6x6 sensor line features especially low energy consumption, making it suitable for long-term battery operation. The SDP606 and SDP616 sensors are designed to enter sleep mode after performing each measurement. They wake up when a “measure” command is received and enter sleep mode again af-ter completing the measurement. The operation currents of a standard SDP600 sensor can be high as 6 mA, but the new SDP6x6 sensor is optimized for operat-ing currents no greater than 400 μA. There is virtually no current drain (<1 μA) in sleep mode ...

 

Barbara Thurnherr,
SENSIRION
Laubisruetistrasse 50
CH-8712 Staefa ZH
Switzerland
Phone: +41 44 306 40 00, fax: +41 44 306 40 30
E-mail: barbara.thurnherr@sensirion.com

Digital Differential Pressure SDP606

 

 

World's First IonizationSmoke-Detector ASIC

 

RE46C180 is world's first ionization smoke-detector IC with programmable calibration and programmable feature selection, and the first with horn synchronization and auto alarm locate. It has expanded options for implementing hush operation, and more options for interconnect operation-including with carbon-monoxide detectors. Features enable designers to develop and manufacture a broad range of residential and commercial smoke detectors using a single IC and PCB ...

 

Eric Lawson

Microchip

Tel.: 1-888-624-7435

480-792-7182

E-mail: eric.lawson@microchip.com

Web: http://www.microchip.com/

RE46C180 smoke-detector IC

 

 

Photoelectric Sensors based on new SmartReflect Technology

 

Baumer introduces photoelectric sensors with the new SmartReflect technology for absolutely reliable object detection. These light barriers recognize objects of any kind and do not require a separate reflector or receiver. They increase process reliability while reducing operating costs. SmartReflect light barriers offer the safest and most convenient type of object detection due to the barrier principle. Contrary to diffuse or through beam sensors, the light beam is created between the sensor and a machine part when using the SmartReflect light barriers. Separate reflectors or receivers are not necessary. For a successful detection color and material of background and objects do not matter ...

 

Stefan Diepenbrock

Manager Public Relations

Baumer Group

Tel.: +41 52 728 17 63

Fax: +41 52 728 11 44

E-mail: sdiepenbrock@baumer.com

Photoelectric Sensors

 

 

Fast, Universal 12-bit Encoder IC for BLDC Motor Control

 

iC-MH8 is a large-scale integrated systems solution for magnetic sensor applications in fast motor control units. Combined with a diametrically magnetized permanent magnet, the tiny device (QFN28 5x5 package) can be used to create a robust, universal encoder for motor commutation and positioning. The chip includes a Hall sensor array with signal amplification control, two interpolators for incremental (ABZ, 12-bit) and commutation (UVW) signals, differential sine/cosine outputs (1 Vpp to 100 Ω), integrated RS422 line drivers, and a serial SSI/BiSS interface ...

 

Dr. David Lin

iC-Haus GmbH

Am Kuemmerling 18,

55294 Bodenheim, Germany

Tel.: +49 (6135) 9292-300

Fax: +49 (6135) 9292-192

E-mail: david.lin@ichaus.de

iC-MH8 universal encoder

 

 

CMMs with Nanometer Uncertainty

 

TriNano is a new nano/micro CMM to measure objects with sub-millimeter features in three dimensions and with nanometer uncertainty. Current micro CMMs comply with the Abbe principle in 2D or even in 3D, which is a preferred method to reach 3D nanometer uncertainty. Most of these CMMs are the result of academic research, in which the challenge is to achieve the lowest uncertainty over a large measurement range. This resulted in technologically advanced, but expensive systems ...

 

Ernst Treffers

Director Business Development

Xpress Precision Engineering B.V.

Tel.: +31 402366160

E-mail: ernst.treffers@xpresspe.com

Nano/micro CMM

 

 

Strain Gauge Amplifier for Single or Multiple Strain Gauge Bridge Sensors

 

Mantracourt are celebrating the success of their Strain Gauge Amplifier, a product that is now seeing service across the world and enjoys acclaim in such sectors as offshore engineering, construction, process control and automotive testing. Since its development 10 years ago, and having been updated and modified over that time, Mantracourt have shipped over 15,000, with sales still holding up. Mantracourt’s Strain Gauge Amplifier (SGA) is a high performance signal conditioner for single or multiple strain gauge bridge sensors such as load, force, pressure and torque ...

 

Kelly Voysey

Marketing Coordinator

Mantracourt

Tel.: +44 (0) 1395 232020

E-mail: kelly@mantracourt.co.uk

Web: http://www.mantracourt.co.uk/

Strain Gauge Amplifier

 

 

Smart Sensor Signal Conditioner ICs for Piezo-Resistive Bridge Sensors in Automotive and Industrial Applications

 

ZMD AG (ZMDI), a global supplier of energy-efficient analog and mixed-signal solutions for automotive, industrial, and medical applications, today introduced four smart sensor signal conditioner ICs. ZMDI designed the ZSSC3131, ZSSC3135, ZSSC3136 and ZSSC3138 for the signal conditioning of resistive bridge sensing elements, like silicon or ceramic-based piezo-resistive transducers or thin-/thick-film or gauge-type sensor elements. The devices are ideal for automotive and industrial pressure sensing applications such as HVAC, cooling, pneumatic brakes and other hydraulic systems ...

 

Gabriele Taschler

Marcom Manager

Tel.: +49 351 8822-668

Fax: +49 351 8822-279

E-mail: press@zmdi.com

Sensor Signal Conditioner ICs ZSSC3131, ZSSC3135, ZSSC3136 and ZSSC3138

 

 

Vehicle Traffic Monitoring Platform Offering Bluetooth Sensors Communicating over ZigBee

 

Libelium, a technology leader in wireless sensor networks, announces the launch of the new Vehicle Traffic Monitoring Platform as part of its Smart Cities solution. The platform is capable of sensing the flow of Bluetooth devices in a given street, roadway or passageway while differentiating hands-free car kits from pedestrian phones. Sensor data is then transferred by a multi-hop ZigBee radio, via an internet gateway, to a server. The traffic measurements can then be analysed to address congestion of either vehicle or pedestrian traffic ...

 

David Gascón

CTO

Libelium,
Zaragoza, Spain
Tel.: +34 976 54 74 92
E-mail: info@libelium.com
Web: http://www.libelium.com

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