Capillary-fill sensors

Zimmer and Peacock have launched the world's first capillary fill sensor for the Research and Development market; designed both for both academia and industry. We provide these capillary-fill sensors in gold, platinum and carbon.

 

On this page you will see the parts you need to construct your own capillary fill sensors.

 

The materials and apparatus on this page are for building self filling sensors of the type shown in the adjacent image.


Capillary fill assembly jig

This assembly jig exists because researchers and developers need to functionalise their sensors with their materials be it; enzymes, antibodies, antigens, ionophores, aptamers etc, but they also want to develop a self-filling/capillary fill sensor. This jig allows them to hand assemble 13 self-filling sensors at  a time.

Capillary fill/self filling sensor assembly rig

A rig for hand assembling 13 sensors at a time

750,00 €
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Strips/rows of sensors

Zimmer and Peacock supplies thirteen electrodes in a strip/row; these electrodes have been laser scribed and so can be singulated by hand just by applying pressure,.

Strip/row of 13 electrodes
180,00 €
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Microfluidic spacer layer and top cover

Zimmer and Peacock supplies thirteen electrodes in a strip/row; these electrodes have been laser scribed and so can be singulated by hand just by applying pressure,.

Microfluidic spacer layer and top cover for 13 electrode strips
36,00 €
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