SENOVA SYSTEMS, INC.
|SENOVA SYSTEMS, INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20150014164||ANALYTE SENSING DEVICE - Analyte sensing devices suitable for measuring pH or other analytes are provided in a variety of form factors, including a hand-held device.||01-15-2015|
|20130168609||ANALYTE SENSOR - Matrix materials, such as sol-gels and polymers derivatives to contain a redox active material can be used to form electrodes and probes suitable for use in pH meters and other analyte sensing devices.||07-04-2013|
|20120090995||DEVICE FOR DETECTING AN ANALYTE - Devices for detecting an analyte comprising a redox active analyte sensitive material on a working electrode and computer assisted signal acquisition and processing.||04-19-2012|
|20120067745||DEVICE FOR PROVIDING A MEANS FOR INTERNAL CALIBRATION IN AN ELECTROCHEMICAL SENSOR - Internally calibrated pH and other analyte sensors based on redox agents provide more accurate results when the redox active reference agent is in a constant chemical environment, yet separated from the solution being analyzed in such a way as to maintain electrical contact with the sample. Room temperature ionic liquids (RTIL) can be used to achieve these results when used as a salt bridge between the reference material and the sample being analyzed. The RTIL provides the constant chemical environment and ionic strength for the redox active material (RAM) and provides an electrolytic layer that limits or eliminates direct chemical interaction with the sample. A broad range of RAMs can be employed in a variety of configurations in such “Analyte Insensitive Electrode” devices.||03-22-2012|
|20120055791||DEVICE FOR DETECTING AN ANALYTE IN A FLOWABLE SAMPLE - A pH sensor device for continuously measuring pH in a flowable sample, the device including a housing having a channel and cavity for capturing and directing a sample aliquot to a pH sensor. The pH sensor device may further include a porous material placed adjacent to the pH sensor to attract a sample aliquot to the pH sensor via capillary force.||03-08-2012|
Patent applications by SENOVA SYSTEMS, INC.