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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
R13 Tequipment.Net Kanomax Not Provided Remote Sensor Adaptor Kit w/10m cable, NEMA 2 Enclosure, Gas Monitor Series 200
R10 Tequipment.Net Kanomax Not Provided Remote Sensor Adaptor w/2m cable, Gas Monitor Series 200
PT1008 Radwell Pemtech Not Provided GAS MONITOR PROGRAMMABLE UP TO 8 REMOTE SENSORS
813957 Radwell Msa Safety Systems, Gas Monitoring System REMOTE SENSOR

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  • Remote Sampling with Detector Tubes
    From time to time the industrial hygienist or safety professional is tasked with monitoring for air contaminants in a remote location, such as with tank entry or other confined space entry. In those situations the standard four contaminant measurements are required (carbon monoxide, hydrogen
  • MIR Fiber Sensors Remote Spectroscopy & Pyrometry in 4-16 um Region
    for FTIR- (Fig. 2) and TDL (Tunable Diode Laser) spectrophotometers (Fig. 3) include fiber coupler to FTIR-interferometer or to TDL, pig-tail LN cooled HgCdTe-detector, MIR-fiber cables and a variety of evanescent probes and gas/liquid cells.
  • Medical Device Link .
    to the analyzer. Unless the analyzer is of the type that can be directly connected to the vessel (bolted in-line with the recirculation blower), or equipped with remote sensors (such as fiber optics)
  • Flowmeters Benefit From Silicon Advances
    lock-fitting system and sizes ranging from 1/2 to 2 inches, the batch meter features a local flow display with seven pre-programmable batch points, two totalizers, overrun correction plus two dosing modes (manual or remote). Non-Intrusive Flow Switch Is Easy to Install NuTec Model FS2000L in-line
  • Benchmarking MCU power consumption for ultra-low-power applications
    Developers of battery-powered devices often have. the challenge to offer high levels of functionality. and performance while simultaneously maximizing. battery life. Applications like water and gas flow. meters, medical monitoring devices and remote. sensors typically demand months or even years
  • Sustainable Engineering
    is currently working with customers to harvest waste heat for powering remote sensors that can monitor equipment and human activities. Other applications include thermal batteries that can power implantable medical devices and devices that capture waste heat from exhaust manifolds to improve fuel efficiency

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