ISSYS developing methanol sensor for fuel cells

Aug. 17, 2005 — Integrated Sensing Systems Inc. (ISSYS) of Ypsilanti, Michigan, announced it is developing small methanol concentration sensors for the direct methanol fuel cell market.

The company says it is both developing its own products and working with Japan-based Kyoto Electronics Manufacturing Company on a second version.

The sensors are also intended to be used in other applications where a low-cost, accurate, small, inline density or chemical concentration sensor is required. ISSYS says the industrial version should be ready for sale by the first quarter of 2006 and the methanol fuel cell version is intended for sampling by the third quarter of 2006.


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