Biochemical Sensors

Camstech Ltd is a specialist company developing novel biosensors for applications in research, biotechnology and medicine.

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What is Electrochemical Sensing?

Electrochemical sensors operate by reacting with the analyte of interest and producing an electrical signal proportional to the analyte concentration. A typical electrochemical sensor consists of a sensing electrode (or working electrode), and a counter electrode separated by a thin layer of electrolyte.


Easy to use

There are battery-powered and handheld potentiostat/galvanostat as well as more sophisticated and expensive benchtop instruments, which allow the application of most of the relevant voltammetric and amperometric techniques, as well as impedance analysis (EIS). Camstech electrodes are compatible with most potentiostats/galvanostats available on the market.


Popular Applications

Electrochemical sensors are used in a large number of different applications with Dissolved Oxygen sensing being one of the simplest and most popular. Camstech also offers two standard enzymatic sensors for glucose and lactate.


Continuous Monitoring

Camstech sensors work well for continuous monitoring applications. They were designed to reduce or completely eliminate electrode drift and to resist biofouling. Our sensors could be integrated into various flow cells and microfluidic systems.