LoRaWan Sensor interface - IPA result Mobile sensor interface for the DGF-I1 gas density sensor We congratulate Philipp Gurtner on passing his EFZ electronics engineer exam as the best of his year! TrueDyne: Philipp, what was your thesis (IPA) about? Philipp: In my...
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Wink of knowledge: Air & N2 - DGF-I1 density sensor for gasesSeason 1 | Episode 1Why this test?The measurements performed in a series of various quick tests are intended to demonstrate how precisely the DGF-I1 density sensor for gases works in operation. Since air...
Article: Density and Concentration Measurement Applications for Novel MEMS-based Micro Densitometer for Gas
Density and Concentration Measurement Applications for Novel MEMS-based Micro Densitometer for GasC. Huber, TrueDyne Sensors AG, Reinach BL (Switzerland), Endress+Hauser Flowtec, Reinach BL (Switzerland)Abstract A MEMS cantilever based resonant device for gas...
Article: Design, Simulation, Fabrication and Characterization of piezoelectric MEMS Cantilever for Gas Density and Viscosity Sensors Applications
Design, Simulation, Fabrication and Characterization of piezoelectric MEMS Cantilever for Gas Density and Viscosity Sensors ApplicationsA. Mehdaoui¹, C. Huber¹, J. Becker¹, F. Schraner¹, L. Villanueva² ¹TrueDyne Sensors AG, Reinach BL (Switzerland), ²Ecole...
The aim of the study is to develop a compact, robust and maintenance free gas concentration and humidity monitoring system for industrial use in the field of inert process gases. Our multiparameter gas-monitoring system prototype allows the simultaneous measurement of the fluid physical properties (density, viscosity) and water vapor content (at ppm level) under varying process conditions.
MEMS technologyAt a glance In the previous section (part 2) we got to know the vibration measuring method. This section deals with the establishment of MEMS technology at TrueDyne Sensors AG. The technology has brought about the MEMS sensor, the heart of which is an...
The resonator density measurement At a glance In the previous part (1) we learned about the basics of density measurement and the definition of density. This section is dedicated to the vibration method which is also used by density sensors for density measurement....
Density measurement basics At a glance This section gives you a first insight into the basics of density measurement. You will learn that density is a temperature and pressure-dependent substance property which is often specified with the unit kg/m3 or lb/ft3. The...
A rock in the surfRethink Sensing is not only our claim but part of our DNA. Today we introduce our R&D System Engineer Dr.-Ing. Steffen Zehnle. Being active in production and keeping the projects on track Present and future - home office and production. Steffen...
The Marathon ManRethink Sensing is not only our claim but part of our DNA. Today we introduce our Electronics Engineer EFZ Joel Becker. Home sweet home During the first Covid-19 cases, Joel Becker was on a service operation for us in Italy. When he returned to...
Don't put the saying on the back burner - work on the long table Rethink Sensing is not only our claim but part of our DNA. Today we introduce our Apprentice Electronics Engineer EFZ Philipp Gurtner. An individual project work (IPA) that has it all Philipp Gurtner...
Leadership from a distance Rethink Sensing is not just our claim but part of our DNA. Today we introduce our Managing Director Josua Ritter to you. So close yet so far A leader is only as good as his employees when he is not there. Our managing director Josua Ritter...
From new workplace to new workplaceRethink Sensing is not only our claim but part of our DNA. Today we introduce our R&D Engineer Software colleague Sandro Schwab. His code becomes your solution In January 2020 we welcomed Sandro Schwab to our team as a new...
In peace lies the strength Rethink Sensing is not only our claim but part of our DNA. Today we introduce our Technical Engineering and Operations colleague Ragnar von Möllendorff. Adjustment of the calibration Ragnar von Möllendorf is our man, if something needs to be...
Vision in sales Rethink Sensing is not only our claim but part of our DNA. Today we introduce our Sales Manager Martin Ph. Hug. With vision in consulting Anyone who knows Martin Ph. Hug knows that he seeks direct contact. He calls it "having a face" and means how...
Our heroine in production Rethink Sensing is not only our claim but part of our DNA. Today we introduce our production heroine Nicole Talmon-Gros. The world stands still - production runs Nicole Talmon-Gros is the driving force in our sensor production. Be it in the...
Home Office LaboratoryRethink Sensing is not only our claim but part of our DNA. As a prime example, we would like to introduce our Chief Technologist Dr. phil. nat. Christof Huber. Special situations require special solutions Christof Huber is one of our leading...
5 years TrueDyne Sensors AGAfter TrueDyne Sensors AG was already registered in the commercial register in September 2014, the journey officially began in February 2015 and we would like to thank all current and former employees who have helped make TrueDyne Sensors AG...
We are pleased to have Sandro Schwab in our team since 1 January 2020. He helps us to advance product development
Today would have been Isaac Newton’s birthday. Our viscosity sensor VLO-M1 loves Newtonian fluids. Thank you for that.
Today would have been Rudolf Clausius’ birthday. Thanks today go out to Rudolf for formulating the second law of thermodynamics. It helps us even now with scientific progress and understanding.
Today would have been James Precott Joule’s birthday. His quote sounds a bit like one of our physicists. Thanks today go out to them for the outstanding improvements they’ve made to our sensors.
Company holidays 2019/20
The year is turning to an end and we will use the contemplative days.
From 21st December 2019 to the 6th January 2020, we have company holidays.
We will be back for you at January 6th 2020.
We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
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Today is “Buy Nothing Day”. No problem; you can still place an order with us tomorrow. For all the rebels among you … we’re happy to take your orders today as well.
Quality management according to ISO 9001:2015
Why do we get certified?
• The DIN EN ISO 9001:2015 standard is an international standard that demonstrates high levels of quality to customers and third parties.
• It serves as a catalogue of requirements for a quality management system.
• The results are optimised internal company processes, minimised rejects, resource conservation, and increased customer and employee satisfaction.
• An independent certification body confirms compliance with these standards.
• The aim of the standard is to understand and implement the requirements that interested parties expect the company to meet.
Today is “Inventors’ Day”. This day is also intended to commemorate lesser-known inventors. Who comes to mind for you on that front?
Today is “World Internet Day”. We’re pleased about that, otherwise you wouldn’t be able to read our post.
Today is “World Statistics Day”. Here are a few statistics on the topic: Celebrated for the first time on October 20, 2010. An initiative by the United Nations. More than 100 countries are involved.
MULTIPARAMETR GAS MONITORING SYSTEM COMBINING A FUNCTIONALIZED AND A NON-FUNCTIONALIZED Microcantilever
Today is “Boss Day” in the USA, Canada and Lithuania. We would also like to give our most grateful thanks to the work our bosses have given, and the fair and supportive way they’ve worked with us.
Today is “World Standards Day”. Did you know that this commemorative day goes back to October 14, 1946? One year later, the ISO (International Organization for Standardization) was founded.
Today is “World Smile Day”. This makes us smile.
Today is “International Coffee Day”. Did you know that in Switzerland we are one of the world’s leading coffee-drinking countries at around 1100 cups per person.Why not arrange a meeting with us to discuss the applications at your firm for our sensors over a nice cup of coffee?
The density of a liquid depends on its composition. If different liquids are mixed, the correct mixing ratio can be checked with density measurements.
Today would have been Michael Faraday’s birthday. Maybe this was a flash of inspiration on his part?
Mark Twain is said to have said: “Writing is easy. You just have to leave out the wrong words.” In our case it is a complete sentence that we can omit from the VLO-M1 viscosity and density sensor data sheet.
Aaaarrrrr! Today is “Speak Like a Pirate Day”. We are quoting Elizabeth here (Pirates of the Caribbean): There will come a time when you have a chance to do the right thing. Such as arranging a date to meet with us for some no-obligation advice – email@example.com
Today would have been Leonhard Euler’s birthday. We find his theories the “maximum”.
Today would have been John Dalton’ birthday. Without doubt this post is (will be) of interest to those who are interested in this post.
A close cooperation for reliable measurement results of density sensors
Over the last few years, TrueDyne Sensors AG has acquired a great deal of expertise and know-how in the field of micro sensor technology and vibrating systems. The density module from TrueDyne Sensors AG is a flexural resonator measuring system in the MEMS technology with a measuring channel in sub-millimeter size. Measuring systems like these enable numerous companies to expand and improve their products and production sequences within the process. The high accuracy, the extremely compact design and the real-time measurement play a central role in these density modules.
Today would have been the birthday of Hermann von Helmholtz. Thanks for the theory. We like experimenting on your behalf.
Today would have been Osborne Reynolds’ birthday. It’s good that there were (are) people who see limitations in thinking as an interim solution and not as the end result.
Today would have been Georges Gabriel Stokes’ birthday. An interesting statement from him, when you think about today’s discussions relating to Disruptive Technologies.
Today is “Friendship Day”. Dearest friends, colleagues, and business partners, thank you for being there.
Today would have been the birthday of Hendrik Antoon Lorentz. If the “weighable matter” is liquid, we are delighted to perform the measurement with our viscosity sensor VLO-M1.
Mobile Density / Viscosity Meter. We congratulate Joel Becker on passing his EFZ electronics engineer exam as the best of his year!
Universal Robots 5 - IPA ResultDevelopment Process Flow DGF We congratulate Philipp Meier on passing his examination to the electronics engineer (EFZ). TrueDyne: Philipp: What was your thesis (IPA) about? Philipp: My IPA was about developing a process flow. With the...
Today is “International Kissing Day”. Did you know that according to the Guinness Book of Records, the longest kiss in the world, in July 2005, lasted 31 hours, 30 minutes and 31 seconds?
The SENSOR+TEST 2019 is over and we could reflect on a positive balance.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your visit on our stand. It was a pleasure to welcome you. We hope that the exhibition was just as interesting and informative for you as for us as exhibitors.
We are looking forward to being part of the SENSOR+TEST 2020!
Your TrueDyne Sensors AG
Today would have been the birthday of William Thomson, 1st Baron Kelvin. Are you perhaps reading this post overseas? If so, it is interesting to know that William Thomson was involved in the development of the Transatlantic Cable.
The stand has been set up, technique works, exhibition models are set up and our experts are ready, it can finally start! From tomorrow until Thursday, we will be available from 9am on our stand 464 / hall 1.
Do you still need a free ticket or would you like to find out more about the sensors, the location of the trade fair or the exhibition stand? Get the information you need here…
Today would have been Blaise Pascal’s birthday. What is your opinion on Blaise Pascal’s statement?
Today is “World Music Day”. Not to worry if you don’t play an instrument. Our customers sing our praises in the highest possible terms and the services provided by our density and viscosity sensors are surely also music to your ears – firstname.lastname@example.org
Today would have been the birthday of Charles Augustin de Coulomb. And we took a long time to find this short quote.
Today would have been Thomas Young’s birthday. Make an appointment for a meeting with us and who knows; you may well be amazed.
Today would have been James Clerk Maxwell’s birthday. Evaluations based on data are a good start. Our data sheets are available for download from our website.
The German Innovation Awards honour products and solutions across sectors, which differ from previous solutions mainly by being user-centred and offering added value. They do so because there are innovations in all sectors that shape the future and improve life. Sometimes you see them at first glance – but often not. The German Innovation Awards aim to change that. They make great achievements visible to a wide audience and ensure successful positioning in the market.
Today would have been Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit’s birthday. Any there any people in your life who have made you interested in a particular topic?
Today would have been the birthday of Gaspard Gustave de Coriolis. Did you know that he is one of the 72 scientists and engineers with his name immortalized on the Eiffel tower?
Today is “Global Family Day”. As an exception, we recommend that you don’t get in touch with us until tomorrow and that for today you enjoy some time with your family – email@example.com
Today would have been Richard Feynman’s birthday. Put our density sensor to the test and find out just how good it is in finding out the answers.
Today is “Lost Sock Memorial Day”. OK, so our density and viscosity sensors can’t actually do a lot about that. For many other applications they can, though. Get in touch with us and we’ll be happy to advise you without obligation – firstname.lastname@example.org
Today is “World Laughter Day”. Today, at 14:00 hours, Swiss time, there will be laughter in more than 100 countries together for one minute. If you missed it, we’ll be happy to bring a smile to your face and cost savings to your processes with our density and viscosity sensors – email@example.com
Today is “World Laboratory Day”. Let’s take the time to thank our lab workers for the excellent products that have come about thanks to their research work. We bring the lab into the process, don’t you think? – www.truedyne.com
We wish you a happy Easter.
TrueDyne Sensors AG is back at the SENSOR+TEST in Nuremberg, Germany in 2019. Between June 25th and 27th, 2019 you can find out more about our online density sensors for fluids and online viscosity sensors for liquids at our booth in hall 1, place 464. Get your free entrance voucher now. We look forward to your visit.
Today is “Youth Information Day”. We are expanding that to include providing every generation with information on our density and viscosity sensors – simply get in touch – firstname.lastname@example.org
We congratulate Steffen Zehnle our R&D System Engineer on his doctorate.
We are pleased to welcome Johannes Bauer to our team as of April 1, 2019, who will help us to advance product management.
We congratulate Denis Sukacic on his bachelor thesis as the best in his class. Mechatronics trinational.
Today is “World Poetry Day”. Even in the times of the Ancient Greeks, philosophers and physicists argued over what colors actually are. We don’t argue about that today, but simply think about the fact that the word Poetry means “creating”. Did you know that our physicists have created outstanding density and viscosity sensors?
Today would have been Giovanni Battista Venturi’s birthday. Why not use the Venturi effect to make your measurement medium flow through our density sensor DLO-M1.
Today would have been the birthday of Gustav Robert Kirchhoff. Theoretically he was right…
Today would have been the birthday of Gotthilf Heinrich Ludwig Hagen. Thanks to him and French doctor Jean Léonard Marie Poiseuille, today we have Hagen-Poiseuille’s Law.
Today is “World Compliment Day”. It’s great that you’re always finding new ways of using our density and viscosity sensors. Do you have an application you’d like to discuss with us? – email@example.com
Today is “Thinking Day” on the day commemorating Founders’ Day in the scouting movement. Just like the scouts, the motto of our density and viscosity sensors is “Be prepared” in your measurements directly in the process. Want to find out more – firstname.lastname@example.org
Today would have been Heinrich Hertz’s birthday. Let’s not lose the electricity supply, otherwise you won’t be able to read his quote.
Today would have been Alessandro Volta’s birthday. We’ll drink a black coffee to that.
Today would have been the birthday of Claude Louis Marie Henri Navier. Did you know that he is one of the 72 scientists and engineers with his name immortalized on the Eiffel tower?
Today would have been Daniel Bernoulli’s birthday. Did you know that at Bernoullis’ time, energy was still referred to as “living force”?
Today is “Change Your Password Day”. When you’ve finished, reward yourself with a look at our website – www.truedyne.com
Today is “Opposite Day” in the USA. If you would like the opposite of costs, get in touch and we’ll show you how you can use our density and viscosity sensors to save costs and make optimizations – email@example.com
Today would have been André-Marie Ampère's birthday. Our hardware and software developers are still grateful today for his knowledge.
Today, for the 36th time, national “World Nothing Day” is celebrated in the USA. If you do want to do something after all, though, why not give us a call and set a meeting date. We would be happy to advise you on our density and viscosity sensors.
The year is turning to an end and we will use the contemplative days.
From 22nd December 2018 to the 7st January 2019, we have company holidays.
We will be back for you at 7nd January 2019.
We say thank you for the past year and look forward to the upcoming year with you.
We congratulate Polyphor for winning the Swiss Innovation Awards and are pleased about our certificate as finalist.
New visiting address: Kägenstrasse 18, Hofgeschoss Süd, 4153 Reinach
Company & billing address – as until now: Christoph-Merian-Ring 20, 4153 Reinach
Swiss Innovation Award 2018 – Category Innovation Leaders – As one of the top three we will enter the final on 22 November at the Swiss Innovation Forum.
This week we had the 18th National Future Day It was a pleasure to show our offspring TrueDyne.
Thanks also to the many supporters.
Do you know our density basic training? Download now the complete training for free.
Do you know our density basic training? Download now for free the complete training.
Do you know our density basic training? Download now the complete training for free.
We are happy to share our density know-how in the form of basic training, which we have put together for you.
Monitoring the composition of your welding gas mixture leads to better controlled processes, saves money, and ensures quality.
Going with the Flow to Optimize Fluid Sensors
We are pleased to welcome Steffen Zehnle to our team on the 1st March 2018.
Patrick Reith, R&D Project Manager MEMS of TrueDyne Sensors AG and Dr. Jana Knall, Product Manager Coriolis of Endress+Hauser had a talk about “Resonant Sensors about monitoring the quality of biogas” at the Congress Biogas on Wednesday, 31st January 2018. Are you interested to know more about it? The congress library of Biogas…
We proudly present you our new Icons!
Lecture: Resonant sensors for monitoring the quality of biogas