|Feb 4, 2010||Leister Process Technologies completes the integration of IR Microsystems into its Axetris Division|
|Leister Process Technologies, based in Kägiswil, Switzerland announced today that all former activities of ®IR Microsystems, previously based in Lausanne/Switzerland, have been successfully integrated into the operations of its Axetris division.. more|
|Jan 20, 2010||Next Generation Gas Detection|
IR Microsystems “microLGD” is an OEM Module, or sub-mount for the continuous monitoring of NH3, CH4, CO2 or O2 (others on request). Based on state-of-the-art Tunable Diode Laser Spectrometry (TDLS), the system has virtually no cross-sensitivity with other gases and features an innovative, patented measurement principle without the need for a reference-channel.
The modular subsystem LGD F200H comprises micro-processor-driven read-out electronics with digital (and analog) data output for industry-standard connectivity, as well as a flow-trough measurement cell. The cell also can be used for hot gas measurements up to 190°C. The self-contained unit is built ready-to-use for rapid OEM integration.
« Product launch : Q2 2010 »
|Jan 9, 2009||Axetris Division of Leister Process Technologies, a leading provider of micro technology products and services, launches a new website.|
|The launch of the new website is another important step to further raise the industry’s awareness of Axetris as a world class manufacturer of micro technology products including micro-optical lenses, MEMS based mass flow sensors, infrared sources, laser gas detectors and flow cytometers... more|
|Sep 22, 2008||Ultra compact modules for gas mass flow monitoring and control|
|Axetris, the Microsystem division of Leister, is announcing the introduction of the modular mass flow meter- and controller range MFM/MFC 2000 for gases. The modules are based on the unique micro- machined mass flow sensor designed by Axetris... more|
|Sep 16, 2008||Extended Product Portfolio of the Axetris Infrared Source|
|The IR source is based on a blackbody emitter. Its main characteristics are: high emissivity (0.95), low power consumption and long lifetime (>10 years). The high modulation is due to the low thermal mass (up to 100 Hz)... more|
|Sep 4, 2007||LEISTER Process Technologies acquires a new company building|
|Due to the pleasing growth during the past years and the creation of new employment opportunities in connection with this, the Swiss corporation LEISTER Process Technologies located in the Canton Obwalden requires... more|
|Jul 31, 2007||Leister acquires Infrared Gas Sensor Company IR Microsystems SA|
|Leister Process Technologies announced the acquisition of the Swiss sensor company IR Microsystems SA, an innovative supplier of diode laser based gas detection modules, to expand... more|