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  • Monitoring Radiation Levels in a Nuclear Power Plant
    A nuclear power plant wanted to modernize the communications system for their radiation monitors, replacing their analog PDP11-based system with fiber optics and IP-based protocols. But the existing system included 86 radiation monitors that used 30 mA current loop technology. Replacing them would
  • IR Automatic Guidebook: Temperature Monitoring & Control with IR Cameras (.pdf)
    for improving a host of industrial production applications, including process monitoring and control, quality assurance, asset management, and machine condition monitoring. This handbook is intended to help those considering the creation or improvement of production automation or monitoring systems
  • Radiation Tolerance of Jewell Instruments Tilt Sensors
    In 1987 we delivered a large tiltmetering system to the Ásco 2. nuclear power plant for monitoring of foundation stability. As part. of the acceptance process, four surface mount tiltmeters, Models. 711 and 712, were subjected to accelerated aging tests in a radiation. sterilization facility
  • GaGe CompuScope 14200-based Lightning Monitoring System (.pdf)
    A customer needed to upgrade an older data acquisition unit for a real-time lightning monitoring system. Unlike many lightning detectors that measure the current pulse produced in a lightning rod that is actually struck by lightning, the customer's lightning detectors indirectly sense lightning
  • A Comparison of Spectroradiometers to Radiometers for UV Radiation Measurements
    Spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers, although quite different in their principles and purposes, are often used to perform the same task of monitoring biologically effective UV exposure. In this work we focus on the performance analysis of both types of instruments for this particular task
  • Calibration of the Broad Band UV Radiometer
    Mounting concern about the ozone layer depletion and the potential ultraviolet exposure increase accelerate the need for an accurate ultraviolet radiation monitoring. To assure the accuracy of measurement the instrument has to be well characterized and the calibration procedure has to be designed
  • Gain Horn Antennas
    spreading in undesired directions. Lens horn antennas are applied in secure military communication systems, short range / vehicle anti-collision radar, point-to-point radio links, antenna testing and radiation monitoring systems.
  • Beta Gauges
    Beta gauges consist of an extraction device, transport tubing, beta detector, and flow meter. They are used by non-destructive testing (NDT) services, and in applications such as the monitoring of particulates from wet stacks. The absorption of Beta particles can also be used to measure

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