Click the button to get some advise on cleaning Zimmer and Peacock sensors and screen printed electrodes.
Zimmer and Peacock have sensors that are very resistant to organic solvents, click the button to find out more.
Zimmer and Peacock have hundreds of screen printed electrodes, click the button for a discussion on choosing the right SPE.
Click the adjacent button to find a cautionary note on how to avoid damaging sensors.
A collaborator wanted to store our sensors with a polymer layer in the cold, we performed a simple test to show that could withstand it.
Click this button to see the dimensions of our standard screen printed electrodes (SPE).
Click to see a discussion on the wet-ability of the materials that constitute an example of one of our screen printed electrodes.
Click to see a discussion on an equivalence circuit for a glucose sensor.
Click for a discussion on solvent compatibility with the equipment we use for manufacturing at Zimmer and Peacock.
Click to find out if Zimmer and Peacock can make sensors of different sizes on one wafer.
Click for a discussion on the ceramic substrate we make.
Click for a discussion on the composition of screen printed electrode.
Click for a discussion on print thickness on a screen printed electrode,
If you want to design your own screen printed electrode click this button for our design rules.
If you want to design your own screen printed electrode please click the 'My Ideas' button.
Click for a discussion on thin film electrodes.
Click to see notes on 3D printing a biosensor.
Can I have a blue dielectric?
How to connect to a potassium sensor?
What does a continuous glucose monitoring CGM signal look like?
Can I solder to a screen printed electrode/biosensor/sensor?