Brochure | October 15, 2020

Sensors For Superior Process Control

Thermo3

Single-use and reusable sensors

Thermo Fisher Scientific offers single-use and reusable sensors for the measurement of pH, DO, biomass, and headspace pressure—designed for higher reliability and superior performance for cell culture and fermentation process monitoring that meet all of your process analytical technology (PAT) needs.

To further enhance your processes, digital integration is possible with the use of our bioprocess controllers paired with the TruBio Bioprocess Control Software.

We offer a range of intuitive process sensors—whether you’re incorporating them into a single-use bioprocess container or autoclavable vessel process—to help you monitor processes, reduce failures, and gain efficiencies.

TruSens transmitter blade

The Thermo Scientific™ Tru Sens™ transmitter blade is a combined technology designed to monitor all conventional pH and DO sensors. It allows the connection of a resistance temperature detector (RTD) or a thermistor inputs to suit the user’s preferred sensor technology in upstream processes.

This transmitter blade with TruBio software allows for temperature compensation and is compatible with electrochemical sensors and digital sensors that output nAmp or mV signals.

Features

  • Compatible with most single-use or reusable sensors
  • Designed to easily integrate with TruBio Bioprocess Control software
  • Easily incorporated into the HyPerforma Bioprocess Controllers
  • Minimal maintenance
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