July 2012

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Mini-workshop August 16-17th

Are you coming to Denmark for the ISME14 meeting in Copenhagen, or would you just like to join a short microsensor training? Unisense invites all customers to particpate in a free two-day microsensor workshop held at Unisense prior to the conference. The training takes place at Unisense Aug. 16th–17th 2012. The program will cover general microsensor applications and theory and there will be time for hands-on experiments. 

We still have  available seats for this workshop. Interested? Send an email to sales@unisense.com as soon as possible.

Further practical details on the workshop can be found at https://www.unisense.com/ISME14_workshop.

Solution to study dissolved N2O in wastewater

Unisense introduces a new system to measure dissolved N2O in wastewater. The N2O Microsensor In Situ Amplifier System is built to study N2O in bulk waters like wastewater pilot plants and other suitable systems. The system utilizes the In Situ Connector System to make the sensor connection completely submergible and waterproof, while the In Situ Amplifiers ensure robust signal amplification.

The Microsensor In Situ Amplifier Box is built to sustain splashes, it is operated on mains supply or battery and the sensor output can be read using the free SensorTrace BASIC software.

Read more here:

Microsensor In Situ Amplifier System

In This Issue

  • Mini-workshop Aug. 16-17th
  • Solutions to study dissolved N2O in wastewater 
  • Meet us at ISME14

Meet us at ISME14

Meet us at ISME14

Find us at booth 6 in the exhibition area at the ISME14 meeting. We will have a broad selection of Unisense products and we are happy to introduce you to some of our new systems.

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