Portable Solution Monitors Engine Temperatures

Grant Squirrel SQ2000

Grant_Squirrel_SQ2000Online. — Grant Squirrel series data loggers make it easy to log engine temperature or additional types of data on the factory floor.

The best selling Grant Squirrel SQ2000 data logger has the versatility to measure several different values including Temperature, Current/Voltage, Resistance, and more.

With lightweight yet robust construction, Squirrel loggers feature multiple 24-bit ADCs for precise measurements. Continue reading

NASA study improves forecasts of summer Arctic sea ice

Model uses satellites to detect open water…

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The Arctic has been losing sea ice over the past several decades as Earth warms.

However, each year, as the sea ice starts to melt in the spring following its maximum wintertime extent, scientists still struggle to estimate exactly how much ice they expect will disappear through the melt season.

Now, a new NASA forecasting model based on satellite measurements is allowing researchers to make better estimates. Continue reading

The Next Generation Precision Handheld Thermometers

Omega’s NEW Digital Thermocouple Thermometers

HH911T-HH912T Online  —  OMEGA announces the next generation of Precision Digital Thermometers, the HH911T/HH912T Series.

They are user configurable for Type K, J, T or E thermocouple probes to provide a wide range of temperature measurements from -250 to 1372 °C (-418 to 2502 °F).

The HH911T (single input) and the HH912T (dual channel inputs with T1-T2 readings) provide dependable and uninterrupted portable measurement capability without expensive batteries, AC adaptors, or chargers. Continue reading

High resolution thermal imager for flight applications

MICRO-EPSILON’s thermoIMAGER TIM Lightweight

Highly precise temperature monitoring

Klapper_TIMLightweightOnline  —  Drones are increasingly used for the temperature monitoring of buildings, solar power plants and high-voltage electrical power lines.

The thermoIMAGER TIM Lightweight system includes a high resolution infrared camera and the new, lightweight Linux-Recording-Box with a combined weight of just 380 grams, that takes up minimal space for this state-of-the-art technology.

The system is specifically designed for aerial drones. Continue reading