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ISSYS Develops Methanol Concentration Sensor for FC Market.

Integrated Sensing Systems, Inc. (ISSYS) recently announced it is developing small methanol concentration sensors, targeting the active direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC) market.

According to ISSYS, the sensors are based on micro electromechanical system (MEMS) technology -- a microfluidic technology which, the company says, offers advantages in system and sample size, cost and reliability over current approaches to fluidic density, methanol concentration and chemical concentration measurement.

ISSYS noted that it is both developing its own products and working with Japan's Kyoto Electronics Manufacturing Company (KEM) on another version of the device.

Contact: Doug Sparks, ISSYS, phone 734-547-9896, e-mail dsparks@mems-issys.com.

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Date:Aug 18, 2005
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