Bridging the Connectivity Gap Between Traditional Sensors and Single-Use Systems



Critical process parameters (CPPs) are the key variables in the pharmaceutical manufacturing process that are most likely to affect the quality attributes of a biological product. CPPs must be monitored and controlled throughout the various stages of production. The most common CPPs measured are pH, dissolved oxygen, conductivity, capacitance, and biomass. In this white paper from CPC, the authors discuss the role of traditional sensors in single-use systems including the benefits they offer, their associated challenges and the solutions available for their successful use. Learn More