iBTag submersible low cost repackaged Thermochron

The iBTags are miniature temperature archival tags used for tagging fish and for low cost oceanographic instrumentation. Based on the popular Thermochron, (see TemperatureSensorNews January 2002) it has first been used successfully for cod taging three years ago. New lighter models, the iBKrills and iBBass, are now used for smolt and salmon tagging. Extended river and lake temperature monitoring is now possible with the low cost and rugged iBCod. Find detailed specifications at http://www.ibtag.com. (Ed. Note: This website is bilingual in English and French and contains some really interesting content for those who love nature and the outdoors)

ThermoSense 26 Program on New Website

Jan 12-The Internet-ThermoSense, the Infrared Applications Conference, activated a new website based on the phpNuke Open Source Content Management Software just in time to publish the preliminary program for their 26th meeting. The Conference that next meets during the week of April 12th in Orlando Florida, USA, features internationally developed program sessions covering everything from Aerial and Satellite Thermography to NDT and mass infrared human body temperature screening for SARS detection.
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