Apparatus for detecting human's breathing


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Jung-Tang Huang , Liang-Tse Lin

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An apparatus applied to detect the human breath gas, including a substrate which carries a circuit module, a CNT-based (carbon nanotube) gas sensing element, a wireless transmission/receiver module, and a power supplier, etc. and a clamp structure that could be clamped on the columella between the nostrils. The detectable gas also includes the bioaerosol in the gas. The CNT-based gas sensors react with the breath air and detect whether the specific gas and bioaerosol in the air or not while breathing in and out and the temperature of the air could be measured. This invention can measure the electric response of the CNT-based gas sensor, process the signal by the circuit module and transmit the processed signal to the wireless receiver by wireless transmission/receiver module. And the wireless signal receiver will differentiate the species, concentration and temperature of the gas and provide a warning signal while the specific gas or bioaerosol is detected. The apparatus is portable and has the functions of rapid response and high sensitivity. More... »

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