VIASPACE Press Release
VIASPACE Delivers Hydrogen Fuel Cell Humidity Sensor
VIASPACE DELIVERS HYDROGEN FUEL CELL
PASADENA, CA.?February 28, 2007?VIASPACE Inc. (OTCBB: VSPC), a company that transforms proven space and defense technologies from NASA and the Department of Defense into hardware and software solutions, announced today that it has begun shipments of its new VIASENSOR HS-1000 Humidity Sensor, designed to provide real-time measurement of the humidity level in hydrogen fuel cells. The initial deliveries of the VIASENSOR HS-1000 are to Fuel Cell Technologies, Inc., a leading supplier of fuel cell test systems based in
The performance of hydrogen fuel cells using a Polymer Electrolyte Membrane (PEM) depends on the moisture level of the membrane. The membrane only conducts protons when it is hydrated or moist. The moisture is provided by water vapor in the incoming air or hydrogen stream. The VIASENSOR HS-1000 provides real-time measurements of the amount of water vapor in these gas streams. It is the only humidity sensor that provides in-situ, continuous and fast-responding dew point measurement. With its laser-based design, the VIASENSOR HS-1000 takes data measurements every five seconds, does not require specialized installation and is of no danger or harm to the fuel cell.
About VIASPACE: Originally founded in 1998 with the objective of transforming proven space and defense technologies from NASA and the Department of Defense into hardware and software solutions that solve today's complex problems, VIASPACE benefits from important patent and software licenses from Caltech, which manages NASA?s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. For more information, please visit our website at www.VIASPACE.com, or contact for Investor Relations, Dr. Jan Vandersande, Director of Communications at 800-517-8050, or IR@VIASPACE.com.
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