NIST Noise Thermometry & Measurements of Boltzmann Constant

Noise Thermometer aims for new standard Boulder, CO, USA. —  By measuring the random jiggling motion of electrons in a resistor with a Noise Thermometer research device, researchers at the … Continue reading

Cruising the Ocean’s Surface Microlayer

RE: Sea Surface Scanner (S3)… By Jeff Oceans are deep, and they are integral to the climate system. But the exchanges between ocean and atmosphere that preoccupy many scientists are … Continue reading

China’s World-Famous Taizhou Bridge Uses Vaisala’s RH+Temp Xmitters

To Extend Service Life Helsinki, Finland  —  Taizhou suspensions bridge is an important crossing on the Yangtze River. The main cables are one of the critical support elements in this … Continue reading

RFID Sensor Tag monitors multiple environmental conditions

Battery-free & rechargeable battery versions available Phoenix, AZ, USA — Powercast has announced the industry’s first RFID Sensor Tags which can include multiple sensors in a single tag, and provide … Continue reading

TMP468 (ACTIVE) ±0.75 Deg. C High-Accuracy Multi-channel Remote & Local Temperature Sensor

The TMP468 device is a multi-zone, high-accuracy,
low-power temperature sensor using a 2-wire, SMBus- or I2C-compatible
interface. Up to eight remote diode-connected temperature zones
can be monitored simultaneously in addition to the lo…

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Wireless Thermocouple/RTD Monitoring & Logging

Battery-Powered! Norwalk, CT, USA. — Omega’s new Wireless Thermocouple & RTD Transmitter/Connector Series features stand-alone, compact, battery powered thermocouple & RTD connectors that transmit their readings back to a host … Continue reading

Sensor Maintenance for Optimal Energy Savings in HVAC

Vaisala Knowledge HVAC Spotlight Online  —  Pressure to cut energy consumption in HVAC is driving use of DCV and free cooling. Even with an intelligent building automation system in place, … Continue reading

Cryogenic sensors for monitoring in superconducting RF cavities of linacs

By Andy Phillips Online — Cryogenic sensors are used worldwide in a number of particle accelerators, including the world’s most powerful one, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN, where … Continue reading