Supplier: Madison Company
Description: as resistance to polar solvents such as water, acids, alkalies, phosphate esters and many ketones and alcohols. The basic operating principle is that as the fluid level rises the float will rise, causing the micro-switch to tilt and generate a signal that can be used to start or stop a pump, open
- Media Type: Liquid
- Level Measurement Type: Point Level / Multi-Point Levels
- Device Classification: Sensor-Only
- Number of Switch Points: 1 (#)
Standards and Technical Documents - Selective Protein Adsorption On Micro-Textured P-Type And N-Type Silicon Wafers - Biomed 2005
Description: There has recently been a great deal of effort put towards the development of bioMEMS-based electrochemical biosensors for use in implantable devices. Currently, the primary issue limiting the lifespan of implantable sensors is protein and cell adhesion (biofouling) to the sensor surface, which
Supplier: Pyromation, Inc.
Description: Cerite® III thermocouple assemblies are complete thermocouple and protection tube assemblies. These Cerite® III assemblies are constructed by casting a phosphate bonded refractory material containing 85% alumina, 4% silica, and other trace elements around a 1/4" NPT steel pipe containing
- Sensor Type: Temperature Probe
- Thermocouple Type: K (-270°C - 1372°C)
Supplier: Myron L Company
Description: use, should be recalibrated with pH 7 Buffer every 1-2 weeks, and checked with pH 4 and/or 10 Buffers at similar intervals. pH Sensor Storage Solution is recommended for keeping the pH sensor wet. Myron L® solutions are available in quart/1 ltr., gallon/3,8 ltr. and 2 oz./59 ml plastic bottles
- Function: pH Modifier - Buffer / Buffering Agent
- Form: Liquid / Solution
Description: Purified recombinant Human Hexokinase 4 protein Background: Hexokinase is the first enzyme in the glycolytic pathway, catalyzing the transfer of a phosphoryl group from ATP to glucose to form glucose-6-phosphate and ADP. In mammals, four distinct enzymes-types 1 to 4 hexokinases-have been
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All In One Intuitive Advanced Controller
and nine (9) digital inputs capable of monitoring tank levels, providing interlocks, feed verification and receiving other plant parameter signals such as corrosion rates, biofilm monitors or phosphate concentrations. The new WMD is set up to control two cooling towers, with Bleed, Feed and two Biocide control relays for each tower. It has all the capabilities of the other WebMasterONE ® controllers. WMT series WebMasterONE ® can be configured for your specific boiler application. With 4... (read more)
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Honeywell Limitless™ Wireless Non-Contact Switch
and body are phosphate treated and epoxy finished to deliver sealing to IP67 and NEMA 1, 4, 12, 13, and all-stainless steel hardware. Honeywell ’s Limitless ™ Wireless Non-Contact Switch joins a broad wireless product line that features three limit switch families: WLGA Series Global Limit Switch, WLS Series Heavy-Duty Limit Switch; WLS Series Limit Switch with Eyelet Pull; WLS Series Single Switch Adapter; WOI Series Wireless Operator Pushbutton; WPMM Series Panel-Mount Monitor... (read more)
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Smart Sensors for Real-Time Water Quality Monitoring
Most reports on Co-based phosphate sensors have used a bulk Co-wire as the working electrode and used another isolated cell as the reference electrode.
A screen-printed biosensor using pyruvate oxidase for rapid determination of phosphate in synthetic wastewater
R2 =0.9848) between the commercial phosphate testing kit and the phosphate sensor in measurements of synthetic wastewater in a SBR system.
A Review of sensor technology for in-field phosphate monitoring
In-field phosphate sensors have been a topic of heavy research since the early 1980s.
Emerging Environmental Technologies, Volume II
Keywords Needle-type sensors � Multi-analyte sensors � MEMS � In situ measurements � Biofilms � Dissolved oxygen sensor � Oxidation reduction potential sensor � Phosphate sensor .
Needle-type environmental microsensors: design, construction and uses of microelectrodes and multi-analyte MEMS sensor arrays
� of the multi-analyte MEA sensor: (a) Parylene C insulating layer covering the entire microelectrode, (b) beveled and exposed glass and gold cathode, (c) glass and Au etching for the recessed oxygen sensor, and (d) cobalt electroplating for the phosphate sensor . .
A cobalt-coated needle-type microelectrode array sensor for in situ monitoring of phosphate
This sensitivity is the highest value among the reported cobalt-based phosphate sensors to date.
Field-deployable microfluidic sensor for phosphate in natural waters
The data was validated by comparison with the plant�s existing online monitor, and a good correlation between the two sets of data was achieved, showing that the phosphate sensor is capable of operating satisfactorily at low mg L-1 levels over extended �
An All Solid State Potentiometric Sensor for Monohydrogen Phosphate Ions
Compositions of the response characteristics of the fabricated phosphate sensor .
Development and Evaluation of a Nanoporous Iron (Hydr)oxide Electrode for Phosphate Sensing
Abstract Nanoporous iron (hydr)oxide electrodes are evaluated as phosphate sensors using cyclic voltammetry (CV) and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS).
Multi-analyte needle-type sensor for measurement of pH, phosphate, and redox potential in soil
The cobalt-oxide based phosphate sensor showed ~53mV/decade sensitivity in the 1-10000�M range, while the iridium oxide based pH sensor showed ~62mV/pH sensitivity in the pH 2~12 range.