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March 5, 2014

Life Science and mass-flow Transducer to Respond Only to Transitional Stimuli


Flow is identified as the rate that a substance moves through a designated crossing point, and is characterized by temperature as a well as pressure. Flow sensor also measure the movement through a given area using acoustic waves and electromagnetic fields by quantities, like frequency, volume, pressure and acceleration. Because of this, many flow sensors are named relating to the physical property that aids in measuring the movement of the liquid.

Life Science Sensors
biometric-mass-flow-sensorThis science can be applied in a more medical sense. Life science sensors are used for early detection and prevention of certain diseases. For example, wearable bio sensors, android smartphones and cloud based predictive analytics offer daily monitoring to patients who have heart disease and grants early notification to physicians and aids of threatening changes. In the same fashion, diabetics can check their blood sugar using a life science sensor.

There are also systems that can detect tumors in the breast by measuring the flow of blood in the breast. This helps identify breast cancer sooner and could also help prevent breast cancer for patients who check their blood flow in enough time to remedy the situation. Life sensors are saving lives, and it is predicted that they will become more useful and even more innovative in the near future.

Automation Digital Flow Sensor
There are a great number of digital flow sensors that measure all types of liquids. They feature a higher precision rate. They are also usually cost effective. Automation digital flow sensors are used in the medical field as well. Its affordability brings life saving monitors into the modern home. Automation digital flow sensors are often portable and very convenient to use.

A schematic diagram of the characterization setup. (b–d) show the self-digitized output pulse train from the transducer in response to mass-flows with the flow rate at 1.35, 1.85, and 2.95 SLM, respectively. There as publications and case studies about the mass-flow transducer producing responses in the form of optical pulse trains that are encoded with information on the strength and position of the stimulus.

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