10–14 January, 2016 New Orleans, LA | Ernest N. Morial Convention Center
Online — Visit HEITRONICS at the American Meteorological Society 96th Annual Meeting in New Orleans, 11-14 January 2016, Booth #911, please.
HEITRONICS will display its unique non-contact infrared thermometer technology used for decades by many of the world’s science & research institutions devoted to atmospheric science, oceanography, climatology and meteorology.
Temperature measurement of Sea Surface, Polar Ice, Ground and Clouds has been made with HEITRONICS thermometers installed on a variety of land-based, marine and aircraft vehicles & platforms.
In addition to thermal infrared radiation thermometers designed for field deployment, HEITRONICS will also display high precision laboratory Calibration Equipment such as Transfer Radiation Thermometers and Blackbody Radiation Calibration Sources.
The AMS Annual Meeting is the world’s largest yearly gathering for the weather, water, and climate community. It brings together great minds from a diverse set of scientific disciplines – helping attendees make career-long professional contact and life-long friends while learning from the very top people in the atmospheric sciences.
HEITRONICS and its experienced applications & calibration specialists look forward to seeing you and your colleagues in New Orleans.
HEITRONICS has ~50 years of experience providing infrared thermometers for non-contact temperature measurement of sea surface, polar ice, ground temperature and clouds. Calibration equipment to support the long term use of the instruments is also available. Temperature measuring ranges start as low as -100 °C. Calibration Uncertainty as low as 0.07 °C and Temperature Resolution as low as 0.03 °C are available. The available housing constructions are very rugged but are compact, allowing for the installation in a wide range of vehicles and ground based applications.
More online at http://www.heitronics.com.