Newsletter March 9

Welcome to this week's newsletter from Zimmer and Peacock. This newsletter is a mixture of news, stories and tech notes from Zimmer and Peacock. If you want to subscribe to our newsletter or have any questions regarding Zimmer and Peacock and our passion for biosensor technologies please don't hesitate to contact us.

Battery Cycler and Multiplexer


Zimmer and Peacock are proud to distribute Zahner Instruments. Today Zahner announced the launch of it's BC-MUX for parallel battery testing.


If you have any questions regarding the battery cycling technology from Zahner please don't hesitate to  contact Zimmer and Peacock.

Zimmer and Peacock at BioWales 2018


Zimmer and Peacock were delighted to be exhibiting at BioWales 2018.


If you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact us and Pavel and I will be delighted to talk to you.

Arduino code for Biosensors


At Zimmer and Peacock we believe that biosensors should be everywhere, that is why we are happy to support the community. We recently had an enquiry whether we had experience of connecting the LMP91000 to the arduino board. We asked the engineers and the response was 'yes, we do it all the time'.


Find out more on our website here

ZP - Going to BioWales


Zimmer and Peacock are on their way to Wales for BioWales 2018.


Zimmer and Peacock are global leaders in contract biosensor and medical diagnostic development, if you have a biosensor idea/concept/product that requires development and manufacturing please don't hesitate to contact us.

The Zimmer & Peacock approach to developing POC Devices


Z&P is a company that specializes in designing, developing and manufacturing Point-of- Care (POC) devices. POC is new technology, however most people are familiar with the hand-held glucose meters and strips that are available at the pharmacy. These are used for measuring blood glucose in diabetics. The glucose strips represent a $10 Billion/year market. This is one application and one analyte.  


We believe that there are applications that utilize the same principals and represent a 10-fold total market of $100 Billion/year. This includes applications in not only clinical, but food and agriculture, bioprocessing, environmental monitoring to name a few. There are few engineering companies that can apply a large amount of insight and creativity in making POOC devices. It is no wonder that we frequently field questions about what are you doing? We will in a general way give you some insight into our processes at Z&P.


Find out more on our website here

ZP Exhibiting at Biomarkers and Immuno-oncology


Zimmer and Peacock will be exhibiting at the Biomarkers and Immuno-oncology World Congress 2018.


Zimmer and Peacock is focused on bringing our clients biosensor and medical diagnostic ideas to market; if you have a wearable sensor, point-of-care application then please don't hesitate to contact us.

Sensors for coffee


As part of our biosensors workshop this week, the ZP team were able to demonstrate how quickly they could combine the elements from their standard products and make a coffee sensor proof-of-principle.


Zimmer and Peacock is a contract developer and manufacturers of biosensors and medical diagnostics and this week we were delighted to host Cambridge University as part of a joint workshop.


At the end of the workshop we were able to show the attendees that by taking all the principles and technologies from the workshop we could perform a 2-minute product development of a coffee sensor.


If you have any questions regarding Zimmer and Peacock and our technologies for the development and manufacture of biosensors and medical diagnostics then please don't hesitate to contact us.



Zimmer and Peacock were delighted to give our visitors this week an extra tour of HBV.


Zimmer and Peacock have a factory in Horten but we also keep a small office at HBV so we can access the excellent facilities and equipment there.

ZP - Cambridge University Scandinavian Biosensors Workshop


ZP, A and B Sensors, and Cambridge University were delighted to invite delegates from all around the works to our inaugural Scandinavian Biosensors Workshop.


This 2-day works shop of theory and practicals was a great success and we look forward to holding it again next year.