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Topic: New ProductsThe new items published under this topic are as follows.
The announcement was made to approximately 1,200 participants at this year's Honeywell Users Group Symposium in Phoenix, Arizona, USA.
At the event, Honeywell presented its new flowmeter line, VersaFlow™, which is to be supplied by KROHNE on the basis of a private label agreement. The product groups involved are the electromagnetic, Coriolis, ultrasonic and Vortex flowmeters.
This cooperation is an important milestone for the Duisburg-based manufacturer of process measuring technology, as Stephan Neuburger, Managing Director of the KROHNE Group, explains, adding: "Honeywell will increase its chances of success in so-called MAV (Main Automation Vendor) projects with the VersaFlow line and its complementary products and systems."
Read full article: 'KROHNE to manufacture line of flowmeters for Honeywell'
Sewickley PA, USA -- OptoTherm's newest version of the Micro thermal imaging system includes a new thermal imaging camera with greater sensitivity, 16 bit digital Camera Link interface, and a newly designed microscopic lens with 20µm spatial resolution.
Micro is used to detect shorts and defects on semiconductor devices and small circuit boards. It can also measure junction temperature, identify die bonding defects, and measure packaged die thermal resistance.
A Micro system includes several important hardware components that are essential when analyzing or troubleshooting semiconductor devices.
The optical mounting table provides a sturdy platform with vibration isolation on which to perform sensitive testing. Precise camera focusing and positioning is accomplished using the vertical focus stage.
Read full article: 'New Microscopic Thermal Imaging Camera'
Chelmsford MA, USA & Dorton, Aylesbury, UK -- ESA Biosciences, a Magellan Biosciences company and leader in quality electrochemical (EC) systems for HPLC, announced that it has launched new HPLC systems designed to help expedite drug-metabolism studies and supporting medicinal chemistry efforts by electrochemically synthesising significant quantities of difficult-to-obtain metabolites from a variety of parent compounds.
At the systems' core are new, high-efficiency, high-capacity electrochemical-synthesis cells.
Since the user can control the systems' oxidation capability to generate specific, desired oxidation products, they have wide utility in a variety of metabolite-generation tasks.
This reduces the need to deploy precious medicinal chemistry resources to support drug-metabolism identification. Yet, at the same time it enhances the synthesis capabilities of any laboratory.
Read full article: 'High capacity Electrochemical HPLC systems'
LAKE SUCCESS N.Y, USA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Strengthening its position as a leading provider of total digital imaging and workflow management solutions for eyecare professionals, Canon U.S.A, Inc., has announced the introduction of the Canon CF-1 Digital Retinal Camera.
Featuring a redesigned optical system that achieves high resolution diagnostic images and offers outstanding operability, the CF-1 enables a 50-degree angle of view, providing detailed retinal images and is equipped with three imaging modes: color, fluorescein angiography and red-free.
When attached to a Canon EOS 30D Digital SLR Camera (sold separately), which provides up to 8.2 million pixels, the CF-1 is capable of delivering clear and detailed diagnostic images for immediate review.
“Canon strives to provide ophthalmologists and optometrists with the latest digital imaging technology, allowing doctors to continue to provide comprehensive, high-end care to their patients, as well as helping them to efficiently operate their practices,” said Tsuneo Imai, director and general manager, Canon Medical Systems.
Read full article: 'Canon U.S.A. Debuts Its Newest Mydriatic Digital Retinal Camera'
Stamford, UK & Hayward CA, USA -- Guava Technologies, Inc. has launched a new and enhanced version of its Guava RapidQuant™ IgG Antibody Quantification Assays for mouse and human antibodies.
Faster and easier than the average enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA), the traditional approach for antibody quantification, RapidQuant Assays help users select of optimal clones from hybridoma screens.
According to David King, VP R&D and Operations, Guava Technologies, these mix-and-read, bead-based assays were developed with users in mind. "We wanted to give scientists an assay that almost ran itself," said David. "The protocol is basically three simple steps; we eliminated the time-consuming sample preparation and washes common with many ELISAs."
Users are quickly adopting the assays as critical tools for antibody research: "The RapidQuant IgG Assay expands our toolbox for differentiating monoclonal antibody cultures and is an essential tool when sub-cloning to obtain higher antibody secretors," said Dr. John Kenney, President, Antibody Solutions, Mountain View, California, USA.
Results from RapidQuant Assay are read on a plate-based benchtop flow cytometer, such as the Guava EasyCyte™ Plus System, and are equivalent to those obtained with traditional ELISAs.
Entirely new, the assay-specific RapidQuant Software gives users easy and complete data acquisition and analysis capabilities in a single program. Highly intuitive, it leads users directly to results while also offering customisable options for flexibility.
Read full article: 'Faster, Easier Quantification of Secreted IgG Antibodies'
Stirling, Scotland UK -- The Cascade CT1000 is a versatile, fully ruggedised multipoint, multigas analyser suitable for extreme environments.
It incorporates Cascade’s Mid Infrared Optical Absorption spectroscopy technology, which enables simultaneous measurements of multiple gases with unprecedented levels of accuracy and reliability.
The Analyser is easily configured for industrial installations including up to 8 measurement points individually recorded in real time in a single networkable instrument.
* Optical Absorption Spectroscopy using Quantum Cascade Laser in the Mid infrared region (see below for description)
* Multi stack – Up to eight gases simultaneously
* Multi components – Up to 6 gases
* Low cost of ownership and low maintenance– No consumables
* No cross interference
* Wide dynamic range - % to PPB
* Automatic gas verification
Read full article: 'Quantum Cascade Laser (QCL) Technology MultiGas Analyser'
Jena / Germany; Thornwood / NY, USA -- With the LSM 5 EXCITER laser scanning microscope, Carl Zeiss MicroImaging GmbH is offering users in materials research and quality analysis a microscope system which also analyzes relatively soft materials such as polymers in a non-contact procedure and with high measuring accuracy and resolution.
LSM 5 EXCITER increases the speed, reliability and convenience of material analysis.
Special software functions allow the quantitative surface examination and analysis of materials.
With the non-contact confocal technique, 2D and 3D topographies can be visualized and measured, roughness and waviness determined, and porosity and volume content measured with a high degree of quality and reliability.
The possibility of working both in reflected and fluorescent light expands the flexibility of analytical techniques.
Read full article: 'The Laser Scanning Microscope from Carl Zeiss'
Detects Absolute Pressure & Achieves Compactness and High Sensitivity with Low Current Consumption (Photo: Business Wire)
TOKYO, JAPAN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Alps Electric (Pink Sheet:APELY) has completed development of a capacitance type pressure sensor (HSPC Series) to detect absolute pressure. The sensor can be used to detect, for example, air pressure in tires, air pressure and blood pressure.
Sample shipments are to commence in October 2007.
The sensor, HSPC series, detects air, blood and other pressures by means of changes in capacitance. Pressure is detected when pressure changes cause the membrane on the moveable electrodes known as a ‘diaphragm’ to flex, the capacitance between the fixed electrodes changes, and the degree of this change is converted into an electrical signal.
The capacitance-type pressure sensor is generally characterized by high sensitivity and low current consumption. Pressure detection systems that use this product will therefore reduce their current consumption to an extremely low microampere level, contributing to the general trend for set products to use less current.
Read full article: 'Alps Electric Developed Capacitance Type Pressure Sensor'
TEMPE AZ, USA — Flow Technology, Inc. (FTI), a leading manufacturer of precision flow measurement instruments, systems and calibrators, has announced the introduction of the Extended Linearity (EL) 2400 Series of electromagnetic flow meters.
Available in line sizes from one to four inches, these EHEDG-approved meters represent the state-of-the-art for accurate sanitary flow measurement in pharmaceutical and food & beverage applications.
The latest in a new line of electromagnetic flow meters, the EL 2400 Series creates a unique electromagnetic field profile ensuring accuracy not only in turbulent flow, but also during the transitional and laminar flow regimes.
These compact meters provide extended linearity and a wide measurement range of up to 1000:1 without the aid of linearization software. The EL 2400 has a bi-directional flow capability with no moving parts and no pressure drop.
Read full article: 'FLOW TECHNOLOGY ANNOUNCES EL 2400 SERIES OF ELECTROMAGNETIC FLOW METERS'
Discera, a leading provider of MEMS-based clock generators for the frequency and timing control markets, provides small cutting-edge oscillators that are expected to transform electronic design because they offer a direct replacement for bulkier quartz crystal oscillators, which are the key timing element in virtually all electronic systems.
Discera oscillators incorporate both a MEMS resonator and an ASIC, with a QFN or ceramic package. The company’s MEMS-based timing devices are drop-in oscillator replacements for DVD players, gaming consoles, set top boxes, camcorders, PDAs, cameras and hundreds of other consumer applications.
Read full article: 'ASIC Design Services Enable Discera’s High-Volume MEMS-Based Clock Generators'
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