Sensors Wish List 2003 (January-May)
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From: B. Nguyen - 12.05.2003
Subject: Analog Sensors
I am currently seeking for the followings Analog sensors for my application. Please let me know if you have one.
Prefer 24vdc as input power, and 0-5vdc as analog output.
-Temperature Analog sensor- 30F-120F as operating temp
-Barometer Analog sensor- Standard
-Humidity Analog sensor- Standard
From: Michael Ye - 12.05.2003
Subject: Low Cost CO2 Sensors
Do you know which companies provide CO2 sensors with measurement range of 0-10% and accuracy of 0.1%? Any
Thank you very much for your kind reply!
From: Joe Luminoso - 12.05.2003
Subject: Metal Locator
I am interested in system for buried metal locator 10 meters deep inside the soil or rock. Please send me all info of
this system and the price of it regards,
Eng. Joe Luminoso
From: James J. Lin- 30.04.2003
Subject: Pressure Sensor
Do you know which companies provide pressure sensors that can be mounted on a pen to measure the pressure of
your finger when you are writing?
Thank you very much for your kind reply!
James J. Lin
From: Lisa Wang- 25.04.2003
Subject: Sensor for Human Body Temperature Measurement
Dear Sir or Madam,
I am looking for a infrared sensor which can measure the human body's temperature but not touch the body. Do you
have this kind product? Could you send me the product information or advise me where I can find this product? I am
looking forward to hearing from you soon. Your response is appreciated.
From: Gaurav Garg- 25.04.2003
Subject: Pressure Sensors
I am looking for low-cost pressure sensors (range 10-15psi absolute) for application in a gaseous environment. Size
not important. Sensors need to be low cost (< $15) and robust. Can be absolute or differential in nature.
From: Chrissie Lu- 14.04.2003
Subject: Temperature Sensor
Our customer is interested in a kind of temperature sensor with some special specifications and the details as below:
1. Sensor type: T/C or RTD
2. Temperature range: 20~200 degree C
3. Accuracy: +/-0.01 or +/- 0.1 degree C
4. Respond time: 1 micro-second
Please be kind to confirm if you could offer the sensor meet by the specification. If yes pealse be kind to offer us the
quotation with details specification by return fax or e-mail as soon as possible.
We look forward to hear from you soonest.
Prow-Well Technical Ent. Ltd.
From: Deepti S.- 14.04.2003
Subject: Capacitance Sensor
I am looking for a capacitance type sensor for purpose of water level measurement. Could I also get the details of the
sensor concerned ?
Waiting for a quick reply,
From: Marcelo Sigal - 4.04.2003
Subject: Ion Selective Membranes
My company is looking for a supplier of Ion Selective Membranes to be used in Clinical diagnostic electrodes. Please
let me know if you can help me to find those products.
From: Manish Kumar Singh - 16.03.2003
Subject: CO2 sensors
We are a student group from IIT Roorkee (India) developing an ad-hoc wireless sensor network .The sensor nodes primarily
consist of CO2 sensor and vibration sensor. Since cost of the sensor nodes should be very low, hence the same for the
sensors are also true.
The CO2 sensors must to detect a CO2 concentration and be able to interface with a microcontroller. The sensor should
be robust, low priced (less than US $30).
Thank you for a helping reply,
Manish Kumar Singh
From: Wouter van Dillen - 10.03.2003
Subject: Gas sensors
Are there gas sensors for methane or CO2 that do not have to be warmed up? I am a student Industrial Design Engineering
of the Technical University of Delft. My graduate project is about integrating electronics in a stroller and a buggy. I want to
integrate a gas sensor for methane or CO2 to indicate whether or not a child has a full dipper. Most gas sensors have to be
warmed up to 300-500 degrees Celsius, for a child-product this isn't acceptable. Can you give me details of gas sensors that
stay at room temperature?
Wouter van Dillen
Student Fac. OCP - Industrieel Ontwerpen.
From: Truvan Kwong - 10.03.2003
Dear Sirs / Madam,
From: Ghasem Faraghi - 9.03.2003
I am looking for capacitive pressure sensor without any additional component such as microcontroller or etc. that can
be used for the medical purpose (BPM).
With best regards,
From: Arabella Wong - 27.02.2003
I'm doing a research paper on sensors in the subway system. I'm looking for railway instruments/sensors that can
detect and allow a running train to know immediately when a person has fallen onto the railway. Any suggestions would
be greatly appreciated.
From: Craig A. Churchman - 1.02.2003
I'm a second year mechanical engineering student and am looking for a sensor that can measure the angle of a ski
rope and made with the back of a ski boat. I'm new at this sensor stuff so any help would be appreciated.
Craig A Churchman,
College of Engineering,
University of Saskatchewan
From: Saroj Mishra - 31.01.2003
we are handling a big project about the capacitive pressure sensor. So we are doing the research work on that we like
to purchase a developed pressure sensor. If you are a supplier of that , please give the detail quota.
Saroj K Mishra,
Dept of AEIE,
NIT, Rourkella-769008, Orissa.
From: Pervez Bashir - 27.01.2003
I am looking for an instrument/sensor which can measure the wear and tear of rotating shaft of a motor or an engine. If
you have such an instrument please advice or if you don't deal with it, please advice the source where we can find this
Thanks and best regard
From: Pierre Joubert - 23.01.2003
I am interested in low cost flow sensors for liquid fertilizer, with flow rates from 1 liter/minute to 100 liters per minute.
Could you possibly advise who can assist me with these flow sensors. If these ready made flow sensors are not available,
could you advise on who can supply the raw sensors to manufacture these flow sensors?
From: Satya - 23.01.2003
I am graduate student in the USA working on interfacing of low power sensors to low power circuits and data acquisition
from these circuits using microcontrollers. I am in the start stage of the project. I need some earlier projects or materials
related on interfacing microcontrollers to potentiostats for sensors.
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