Far-infrared surface emissivity and climate

An Online Article at the PNAS* Website By Daniel R. Feldmana, 1, William D. Collinsa,b, Robert Pincusc, Xianglei Huangd, and Xiuhong Chend Author Affiliations Edited by Robert E. Dickinson, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, and approved October … Continue reading Continue reading

Metrology for air temperature

9 December 2014 | NPL | UK Teddington, UK  —  This meeting on Metrology for air temperature, will include presentations on several subjects related to air temperature, covering measurement techniques, calibration, uncertainty evaluation, and applications of air temperature measurement. It … Continue reading Continue reading

INTRODUCING AN AFFORDABLE THERMAL IR CAMERA FOR INDUSTRY & RESEARCH

Nine Different Lens Options Viento 320 Thermal Infrared Camera Hood River OR, USA  –  Sierra-Olympic Technologies, Inc. announces the first in a series of affordable, uncooled microbolometer thermal infrared cameras for industrial, machine vision, and general purpose thermal imaging applications. … Continue reading Continue reading

The new smartSCAN R8

High-resolution expansion of the smartSCAN product range Braunschweig/Meersburg,Germany – Modular systems customized to individual project requirements – this is the concept the smartSCAN product range stands for. It is now our pleasure to introduce another member: The smartSCAN with two powerful 8 Megapixel GigE cameras rounds up the product range and offers an unprecedented resolution and precision. The smartSCAN R8 is available with field of views ranging from 65 x 50 mm (measuring depth 40 mm) up to 1,065 x 870 mm (measuring depth 660 mm). It provides an even higher data quality and resolution than the already available smartSCAN … Continue reading Continue reading

LIQUID COOLING HEAT EXCHANGER ASSEMBLY DISSIPATES OVER 10 KW OF HEAT

Compact AMETEK Rotron units mount in standard 19” electronic equipment racks A compact liquid cooling heat exchanger assembly that can dissipate over 10 KW of heat in demanding shipboard, and industrial applications has been introduced by AMETEK Rotron. The assembly … Continue reading Continue reading

Aux. Optical Port Expands Capabilities of UF Research Camera

Delivers images to two optical axes Tring, UK — Specialised Imaging has announces a new version of its popular SIM Ultra Fast (UF) Framing Camera that includes an integral auxiliary optical port enabling the system to be interfaced with secondary devices like high speed video, streak cameras, mass spectrometers or time resolved spectrometers. The new SIM Ultra Fast (UF) Framing Camera incorporates a secondary optical port that uses a beamsplitter to deliver 50% of the primary image to a secondary image axis & plane. In turn, this feature enables secondary instruments to share the same optical axis and/or image plane, … Continue reading Continue reading

ABB brochure covers family of ScreenMaster paperless recorders

ScreenMaster paperless recorders for process apps Warminster PA, USA — ABB’s Measurement Products’ business announces the availability of an eight-page illustrated color brochure that describes the company’s ScreenMaster family of paperless recorders. The brochure says that the ScreenMaster family provides cost-effective and secure solutions for a variety of process applications. Included are field-mountable recorders for installation anywhere and multipoint recorders for comprehensive process overviews with a wide choice of viewing formats. ScreenMaster paperless recorders use touchscreen technology for easy set up and operation via menu-based displays. The brochure notes that major features include remote operation and email notification via Ethernet … Continue reading Continue reading

Inframation 2015 Thermal Imaging Conference

12-15 2015 USA | Early bird registration specials available before 14 December 2014 Meer, Belgium  —  The InfraMation Conference is widely acknowledged as a leading international event for attendees to learn about the latest thermal imaging techniques and applications, and … Continue reading Continue reading

NASA Computer Model Provides a New Portrait of Carbon Dioxide

Greenbelt MD, USA  —  An ultra-high-resolution NASA computer model has given scientists a stunning new look at how carbon dioxide in the atmosphere travels around the globe. Plumes of carbon dioxide in the simulation swirl and shift as winds disperse … Continue reading

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Space Industry Unites for New Space Commerce Conference

Launching November 2015, SpaceCom Will Explore the Business of Space HOUSTON TX, USA — /PRNewswire/– SpaceCom, the Space Commerce Conference and Exposition, today unveiled a ground-breaking initiative uniting space and business industry leaders for a new event convening November 17-19, … Continue reading Continue reading

Space Industry Unites for New Space Commerce Conference

SpaceCom coming November 2015

Launching November 2015, SpaceCom Will Explore the Business of Space HOUSTON TX, USA — /PRNewswire/– SpaceCom, the Space Commerce Conference and Exposition, today unveiled a ground-breaking initiative uniting space and business industry leaders for a new event convening November 17-19, … Continue reading

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JUMO Train Sensor Awarded “Environmental Testing” Certificate According to EN 50 155

Test institute confirms exceptional quality under extreme conditions East Syracuse NY, USA  —  Measurement technology in railway vehicles is often subjected to extreme loads. A test conducted by the Swiss Quincel institute has now provided impressive confirmation of the fact … Continue reading Continue reading