FLIR Motion Control Systems has recently introduced computer controlled E-Series pan/tilt models.
Two sampling tubes with carbon monoxide detectors are positioned by Applewood Plumbing Heating & Electric inside the ductwork that is connected to a building furnace. The furnace is shut down whenever carbon monoxide present in the heated air flowing through the duct is detected by this detector.
The recent launch of Agilent V3500A Handheld RF Power Meter with integrated power sensor and built-in power sensors, is the first handheld based power meter from Agilent.
KVH Industries has recently launched the CG-5100 Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU), a low-cost and versatile, solution is ideally suited for autonomous vehicle, stabilization and navigational applications due to its altitude, precision position, and velocity capabilities.
Vernier Software & Technology is conducting two-day subject-oriented workshops for scientific instructors of new college and high school institutes.
Texas AgriLife Research has developed a system for automatic detection of potential microscopic pathogens in water samples.
Seattle, Washington-headquartered WESCO Sales Group, the Manufacturer’s Representative firm was selected by Omron Electronic Components as its West Region sales team. WESCO will cover northern Idaho, Oregon and Washington.
FLIR Motion Control Systems has recently introduced the PTU-D48 E-Series pan/tilt unit.
A special event of the University of the West of England (UWE) will focus on instrumentation and sensors for cell toxicity monitoring.
ICx Technologies’ sales of the Fido XT explosives detectors in the first quarter of 2010, has crossed $3.9 million. These detectors will enable the U.S. military to counter improvised explosives devices (IEDs) in Afghanistan and Iraq.
The proximity detection and ambient light sensing and technologies developed by Texas Advanced Optoelectronic Solutions (TAOS) are helping to lower the electricity consumption and demand from ever-increasing modern-day consumer and business electronic equipment, resulting in decreasing carbon dioxide emissions from power plants.
Under a follow-on contract valued at over $10 million Argon ST will provide an important government customer with Intelligence Surveillance Reconnaissance (ISR) capabilities and systems.
Piribo.com offers an overview of the utilization of active and passive semiconductive/MEMS electromechanical sensors for the Class II and Class III categories of medical devices in a 425 page report by titled ‘Medical Device Sensors Technologies and Global Markets.’
Powercast Corporation has recently introduced new versions related to its Powerharvester Receivers in the P2000 and P1000 series, namely the P2110 Powerharvester receiver and the P1110 Powerharvester receiver.
Sparton will manufacture the subassemblies used in the AN/SSQ-101A (Q-101A) sonobuoys for the U.S. Naval Antisubmarine Forces under a subcontract worth $14.5 million as a component of the ERAPSCO joint venture.