Comments for News of Temperature & Moisture Sensors https://www.tempsensornews.com TempSensorNEWS.com Wed, 25 Oct 2017 16:28:24 +0000 hourly 1 Comment on Foam Insulated Roofs CAN be Inspected with Infrared by Mary Mollehttps://www.tempsensornews.com/thermal_imaging/foam-insulated-roofs-can-inspected-infrared/#comment-6238 Wed, 25 Oct 2017 16:28:24 +0000 https://www.tempsensornews.com/?p=40247#comment-6238 Thank you for the post Ray. We appreciate the support.

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Comment on Advertise by Lesliehttps://www.tempsensornews.com/advertise/#comment-6231 Mon, 16 Oct 2017 20:37:39 +0000 http://www.tempsensornews.com/#comment-6231 hello- I am looking for your unique visitor count, reach and email blast if you have that. I work with FLIR and they would like to look at your numbers.
Thank you,
Leslie Vick

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Comment on Thermal Infrared Imaging Assists Sports & Exercise Science Research by Anonyinfohttps://www.tempsensornews.com/thermal_imaging/thermal-infrared-imaging-assists-sports-exercise-science-research/#comment-6230 Tue, 26 Sep 2017 16:49:09 +0000 https://www.tempsensornews.com/?p=38193#comment-6230 Hi. Thank you very much for the useful content of your site. Good luck.

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Comment on The Madhouse Effect: Climate Change Denial in the Age of Trump by Editorhttps://www.tempsensornews.com/weather/madhouse-effect-climate-change-denial-age-trump/#comment-6229 Wed, 28 Jun 2017 16:26:40 +0000 http://www.tempsensornews.com/?p=31840#comment-6229 WoW! First time I knew there were “Apologists for Deniers” who are so vocal!

Everyone is entitled to believe or not believe the results of peer-reviewed science, but 98% of scientists don’t question the gravity of the results of the Global Warming science.

Reminds me of the old Chinese proverb about two people arguing, that the first to raise a voice in anger, or to impune the character of the opponent, is admitting the weakness of his argument. The Deniers seem to impune at will, deny facts, cherry-pick and generally play word games to obfuscate the issue. This only leads to delaying a real effort to stop the inevitable.

Good thing the rest of the world is better educated in science (a proven fact) than the majority of American politicians and real estate developers! They may enable saving the next generations from fates worse than fiction.

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Comment on The Madhouse Effect: Climate Change Denial in the Age of Trump by Willis Somervellhttps://www.tempsensornews.com/weather/madhouse-effect-climate-change-denial-age-trump/#comment-6228 Wed, 28 Jun 2017 12:30:59 +0000 http://www.tempsensornews.com/?p=31840#comment-6228 It is almost funny that the Global Warming (conveniently and falsely relabeled as “Climate Change”, duh!) believers such as Michael Mann and apparently yourselves, the owners of this website, and too many others, are far more guilty of everything you accuse those of us who reject your unproven, sky-is-falling (oh, I mean, “Help! The-oceans-are-rising, Help, Help!”) theories.

Their simplistic computer models can never capture the complexities of real-world global weather forecasting, anymore than any global, economic/financial model will come close to predicting the future of the world’s markets. I have no problem with your computer modeling – model away! But stop declaring you’ve proven anything over the span of earth’s history, or it’s future. You’re barely able to understand the present.

In fact the arrogance and dogmatism of Mann & friends is clearly demonstrated by the extreme politicization by Global-Warmists of objective climate science, to the point they cannot see the forest or the trees.

Your maintaining Global-Warming/Climate-Change as “proven science” is nothing but presumption.
You’ve forgotten the meaning and etymology of the word “Science”, if you ever even knew it: It comes from the word for Knowledge – what you KNOW; Not what you guess, conjecture, or even what you believe …. your silly little “March of the Scientists” doesn’t prove anything – it only serves as an opportunity to clap each other on the back, get more friendly news/media coverage, and attract the gullible loons who are always happy to parade down the street with anyone!

It’s quite fitting for Mr. Mann to now be collaborating on a comic book in order to smear those who dare to offend his insecure & sensitive ego. If you can’t persuade your opponents scientifically, and you can’t win an honest debate, than by all means, insult them!

Heavens no, don’t call the opposition scientists – call them deniers, and rail about the so-called lies they are spreading with the funding of the fossil fuel industry which the world is completely dependent on, including your own hypocritical selves. By now we all should know of “Internet-Inventor” Albert Gore and his incredibly humongous carbon footprint…. How many of you are fueled at a 75 or 80% or more level (let alone even 25 or 30%) for the energy you consume on a daily basis from solar, wind, oceanic wave power, or your own human pedal-power? I would bet 0.0% of you. Hypocrites indeed!

Spend a week with me sometime when all my travel is done by bicycle. To me, it’s not because of the Warmists’ fears – it’s primarily because of personal health benefits, saving gas money, reduction of pollutants, and the enjoyment of the ride, the wonderful sights and smells in the world – a world we should all contribute in taking care of.

I believe that Warmists, as a special-interest group, contribute very little if anything of value to the world as they suck the teats of public funding – government grants and political pockets who also contribute little to society and are always glad to spend other people’s money (that’s their job, right? Spend, spend, spend). Make friends with political cronies in order to fund your useless Chicken Little studies.

So instead it is really sad rather than funny. And history will be the final judge, although even there, disinformation nazis often arise to reinterpret truthful histories in order to create new myths.

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Comment on NEW 12″x12″ EXTENDED AREA BLACKBODY SOURCES by Rob Groeneveldhttps://www.tempsensornews.com/non-contact-sensors/new-12x12-extended-area-blackbody-sources/#comment-5063 Fri, 24 Jun 2016 12:12:49 +0000 http://www.tempsensornews.com/?p=12195#comment-5063 Through the Internet I found your business. In our group TNO CBRN Protection, we are engaged in standoff detection.
For this we want to make a test setup in which we need a black body. The blackbody 12 “x12” EXTENDED AREA BLACK BODY SOURCES could be a possibility.
The size of the emission surface is not yet defined but will be about 8 to 20 inch. The temperature range is 80oC +- 50oC.
In the test we will used a bolometer with IR band of 6-14?m.

I would like to know if your black body may be suitable. And if so what was the delivery time and price.

Awaiting your reply.

With best regards,

Rob Groeneveld

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Comment on CO2 Leak Detection With an Infrared Camera by Editorhttps://www.tempsensornews.com/generic-temp-sensors/co2-leak-detection-with-an-infrared-camera/#comment-3296 Sat, 23 Apr 2016 10:15:49 +0000 http://www.tempsensornews.com/?p=17070#comment-3296 This is clearly a question for the organization that produced the article. I suggest that you contact them using the information in the article, eg. email is: gasimaging@flir.com

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Comment on CO2 Leak Detection With an Infrared Camera by Giancarlo Ciotolihttps://www.tempsensornews.com/generic-temp-sensors/co2-leak-detection-with-an-infrared-camera/#comment-3295 Sat, 23 Apr 2016 08:21:24 +0000 http://www.tempsensornews.com/?p=17070#comment-3295 Dear Sirs, I would like to know which is the maximum distance at which a CO2 leak can be recognised and which is the cost of the device.
thanks
Best regards

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Comment on PROCESS SENSORS NEW THERMOVISION CAMERA by Editorhttps://www.tempsensornews.com/thermal_imaging/process-sensors-metis-vision-mv09-thermovision-camera/#comment-3277 Thu, 14 Apr 2016 22:14:49 +0000 http://www.tempsensornews.com/?p=7948#comment-3277 Here’s a challenge for pyrometer suppliers. I wonder who will make the grade with this qualified prospective buyer. Just solve his problem!

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Comment on PROCESS SENSORS NEW THERMOVISION CAMERA by Mike Skinnerhttps://www.tempsensornews.com/thermal_imaging/process-sensors-metis-vision-mv09-thermovision-camera/#comment-3276 Thu, 14 Apr 2016 22:11:50 +0000 http://www.tempsensornews.com/?p=7948#comment-3276 I need the ability to monitor temperatures in a tunnel kiln for dolomite refractories with a temperature range of 1000 f to 3200 f also need a cost and the ability to record and view from my desk top computer

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Comment on Infrared Imaging 600A AC/DC Clamp Meter by Alan Prohttps://www.tempsensornews.com/thermal_imaging/infrared-imaging-600a-acdc-clamp-meter/#comment-3274 Tue, 22 Mar 2016 08:18:38 +0000 http://www.tempsensornews.com/?p=20322#comment-3274 I own a Therm-App. Its great for my job. I am an electrician. But I also use it as a hobby for outdoor activities. Thermal imaging with it is amazing.

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Comment on Temperature Sensor in DIMM Memory Modules by Editorhttps://www.tempsensornews.com/generic-temp-sensors/temperature-sensor-in-dimm-memory-modules/#comment-3272 Mon, 07 Mar 2016 14:40:02 +0000 #comment-3272 Yup. We reported that in 2006, that’s about 10 years ago!

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Comment on Contact by Editorhttps://www.tempsensornews.com/about/contact/#comment-3270 Mon, 11 Jan 2016 16:41:49 +0000 http://www.tempsensornews.com/2/?page_id=1543#comment-3270 Certainly. Thanksfor letting us know; it’s been online since 2010!

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Comment on Contact by Sandra Craighttps://www.tempsensornews.com/about/contact/#comment-3269 Mon, 11 Jan 2016 15:10:35 +0000 http://www.tempsensornews.com/2/?page_id=1543#comment-3269 Dear Sir, would you kindly remove the page for the Palmer Wahl HSI3000B – Link http://www.tempsensornews.com/thermal_imaging/new-ir-camera-wahl-heat-spy®-hsi3000b/
Because this camera is no longer available. Thank you so much.

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Comment on The THUM (Temperature Humidity USB Monitor) by Editorhttps://www.tempsensornews.com/contact/the-thum-temperature-humidity-usb-monitor/#comment-3267 Fri, 11 Dec 2015 13:39:04 +0000 http://www.tempsensornews.com/?p=7106#comment-3267 Good question. We haven’t seen any yet. Perhaps the developer will have an answer soon.

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Comment on The THUM (Temperature Humidity USB Monitor) by lachlanhttps://www.tempsensornews.com/contact/the-thum-temperature-humidity-usb-monitor/#comment-3266 Fri, 11 Dec 2015 02:23:03 +0000 http://www.tempsensornews.com/?p=7106#comment-3266 Hi, Asking about any mobile apps for the THUM

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Comment on Prototype Low Cost Smartphone Thermal Imager by T.V.Rayaluhttps://www.tempsensornews.com/thermal_imaging/prototype-low-cost-smartphone-thermal-imager/#comment-3258 Mon, 28 Sep 2015 05:30:01 +0000 http://www.tempsensornews.com/?p=17627#comment-3258 We need microbolometer uncolled thermal sensors for military application. The detector should be of 640/480 or more. Please send details.

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Comment on Vehicle Temperature Table by Editorhttps://www.tempsensornews.com/biomed/vehicle-temperature-table/#comment-3256 Mon, 17 Aug 2015 13:37:10 +0000 http://www.tempsensornews.com/?p=4936#comment-3256 You are welcome.

The table image is on our site at: http://www.tempsensornews.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/veh-temp.jpg
and as far as we are concerned, any use in the Public Interest should be open and free.
Ray

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Comment on Vehicle Temperature Table by Carol Bartimus-MShttps://www.tempsensornews.com/biomed/vehicle-temperature-table/#comment-3255 Sun, 16 Aug 2015 19:17:14 +0000 http://www.tempsensornews.com/?p=4936#comment-3255 Thanks for directing readers to the original article on UGA website. I had actually gone directly to that source in hopes of getting a printable & somewhat more legible table to use for a brief safety topic at work – But it’s very disappointing that although UGA still has the article posted, the image of the table is no longer anywhere to be found on their website (unless deeply buried). A great service that you posted it & with several recent incidents in the national media, it’s time to give it even MORE press. If you have a better image I’d love to have it, but since this is an old post, I’ll likely have to build my own. Thank you.

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Comment on Brake Rubbing Temperature Sensors by Editorhttps://www.tempsensornews.com/tcs/brake-rubbing-temperature-sensors/#comment-3164 Sun, 18 Jan 2015 16:07:43 +0000 http://www.tempsensornews.com/?p=1989#comment-3164 Interesting question, but I think several suppliers of temperature sensors, at least in the USA, have addressed this problem in the past. Doing it with thermocouples could be a subject to several incidental errors from the friction on a thermocouple. But there are numerous thermocouple suppliers that may be willing to supply you with equipment. One of the more useful measurements we have seen is reported using a non-contact sensor by Micro Epsilon, a German Company with many worldwide offices. See their online page at http://www.micro-epsilon.com/news/2012/2012-04-13-IR-App/index.html. Also Motec, an Australian firm, sells an infrared sensor designed for just that purpose. It’s online at http://www.motec.com/sensors/temperature/.

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Comment on Brake Rubbing Temperature Sensors by amaren gababrielhttps://www.tempsensornews.com/tcs/brake-rubbing-temperature-sensors/#comment-3163 Sat, 17 Jan 2015 16:39:59 +0000 http://www.tempsensornews.com/?p=1989#comment-3163 am carrying out a research on vehicle brake pad, how can i get a thermocouple that i can use to determine interface temperature of the pad and the disk using a constructed test rig.
am in nigeria

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Comment on Smallest Capacitive Humidity Sensor by Editorhttps://www.tempsensornews.com/moisture-in-gases/smallest-capacitive-humidity-sensor/#comment-3161 Fri, 16 Jan 2015 16:38:23 +0000 http://www.tempsensornews.com/?p=5810#comment-3161 If you wish to learn more about the product described in the article that you referenced, you need to contact that organization. There is at least one link to their website in the article

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Comment on Smallest Capacitive Humidity Sensor by pasinduhttps://www.tempsensornews.com/moisture-in-gases/smallest-capacitive-humidity-sensor/#comment-3160 Thu, 15 Jan 2015 18:56:34 +0000 http://www.tempsensornews.com/?p=5810#comment-3160 Hi
I am PhD student at Nottingham Trent university developing a moisture sensing yarn by incorporating moisture sensors inside the fibres of the yarn. I would like to hear more about your product

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Comment on Free Thermowell Calculator by Editorhttps://www.tempsensornews.com/thermowells/free-thermowell-calculator/#comment-3153 Fri, 21 Nov 2014 14:29:40 +0000 http://www.tempsensornews.com/?p=5098#comment-3153 That’s unusual. I just went to their website and logged into my account with no problem at all. If you set your own password, did you attempt to login?

Alternately, if you didn’t, try requesting a copy of your password on the login screen, under “forget password?”. It only took a few minutes for me to recover mine.

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Comment on Free Thermowell Calculator by manali shahhttps://www.tempsensornews.com/thermowells/free-thermowell-calculator/#comment-3152 Fri, 21 Nov 2014 07:34:37 +0000 http://www.tempsensornews.com/?p=5098#comment-3152 This site of JMS is useless. we never get details of registration neither we can have any software. I tried 100 times.

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