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    Sound instrumentation for measuring sound

    What is the difference between sound and noise? Clearly more than the loudness only. Although an aircraft is very noisy, a mosquito at night-time can be more than enough to spoil a good night`s sleep. Instead of looking at the loudness only as a criterion for the degree of noisiness, we shall simply regard noise as what it is - viz. unwanted sound.

    By Norsonic AS based in Tranby, NORWAY.

  • Weather Station for meteorological applications

    Weather is many things. It is local, meaning where you are – not what’s happening at the nearest airport. Weather is also fascinating. It’s ever-changing, and it affects everyone. It’s important for many businesses and industries to have on-site, reliable weather data.

    By Dyacon, Inc. based in Logan, UTAH (USA).

  • Data loggers and data acquisition monitoring solutions for the weather sector

    Weather data loggers for wind, rain, solar data & more. Compact, portable, mixed-input and multi-channel models. Connect with a wide range of weather sensors to record environmental data in any application. Weather data loggers are compact and portable data logging systems that feature universal inputs to connect with a wide range of weather sensors. These loggers capture and record environmental data in applications such as pollution monitoring, measuring rainfall, and more.

    By CAS DataLoggers based in Chesterland, OHIO (USA).

  • Weather stations for paraglider applications

    As a paraglider, weather can be your best friend and your worst enemy. Your ability to go out with customers or for your own recreation is entirely dependent on the weather. There are regional forecasts readily available, but the best option is always the one that gives you the most accurate, up to date information for your location at a moments notice; and that is exactly what a Dyacon weather station will do for you.

    By Dyacon, Inc. based in Logan, UTAH (USA).

  • Weather stations for dairy applications

    Though regional forecasts can be helpful in the business of dairy productions, most of the time local weather doesn’t exactly reflect the regional forecasts. I mean- aren’t we always complaining that the weatherman was wrong?

    By Dyacon, Inc. based in Logan, UTAH (USA).

  • Weather stations for hydrology applications

    In many industries, having access to hydrological data is vital. Whether dealing with irrigation system designs, drinking water safety, or flood and drought prediction and prevention, knowing the local weather conditions is critical. Regional forecasts are readily available- but do they really represent the informationyourbusiness needs?

    By Dyacon, Inc. based in Logan, UTAH (USA).

  • Weather stations for automated cell phone applications

    In many businesses and situations, its important to have access to weather information; whether that be for worker safety, livestock conditions, or take off and landing. There are regional forecasts readily available, but the best option is always the one that gives you the most accurate, up to date information for your location at a moments notice; and that is exactly what anAutomated Cell Phone Weather Stationwill do for you.

    By Dyacon, Inc. based in Logan, UTAH (USA).

  • Weather stations for research applications

    Whether you are doing research to lessen the threats weather brings to our property and our lives, or researching how we can make the best of the weather to better our technology, businesses, and lives; a professional weather station that is easy to maintain, set up, and relocate is ideal. Take that, and tag on a reasonable price and accurate readings and you’re all but lost in the world of weather stations. Most complex weather stations and data loggers are often costly and complicated, requiring technicians...

    By Dyacon, Inc. based in Logan, UTAH (USA).

  • Weather stations for airport applications

    Do you use a small airport, private landing strip, or small municipal runway? If so, chances are high that the indicators of on-site weather conditions are minimal at best – maybe a windsock, if you’re lucky. While such basic indicators are okay if you’re on the ground, they are simply inadequate if you’re flying in. Weather changes, and after a flying day trip, conditions on the landing site can be significantly different than they were at takeoff. Your safety depends on knowing those...

    By Dyacon, Inc. based in Logan, UTAH (USA).

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