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  • Gill Instruments exhibit at Oceanology International 2010

    Gill Instruments recently exhibited at Oceanology International 2010 marine science & technology exhibition at the Excel in London’s Docklands. Featured products on display were the New MetPak II Combined Weather Station as well as the WindSonic Wind Sensor, Extreme Weather WindObserver and WindMaster Pro Ultrasonic Anemometers. The MetPak II is a compact and lightweight multi-sensor instrument ...


    By Gill Instruments Limited

  • Spring launch for new MetPak II Combined Weather Station

    April 2010 will see the launch of Gill Instruments’ next generation Combined Weather Station, the MetPak II. Based on the popular MetPak, it has new, improved features including RS232, 422, 485 digital outputs plus additional weather monitoring features such as Barometric pressure and Dew point measurement. The MetPak II is a compact and lightweight multi-sensor instrument that measures a ...


    By Gill Instruments Limited

  • RainWise HM-1 utilized at NASA rocket launches

    RainWise, Inc., one of the leading manufacturers of quality weather stations in the U.S. and abroad, has recently supplied Northrup Grumman Corporation, principal engineering contractor for NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration), with three of their HM-1 Hazmat Weather Systems for use during rocket and satellite launches. The HM-1 weather station has the most advanced wind speed and ...


    By RainWise Inc.

  • Outdoor noise measurement with integrated weather parameters

    Outdoor noise measurements are now fully supported in Brüel & Kjær’s Type 2250, 2270 and 2250 Light sound level meters, with a new Weather Station Kit for measuring noise and weather parameters simultaneously. Weather conditions significantly affect the propagation of sound and therefore affect measured noise levels. Wind speed and direction must be taken into account when ...

  • Department of energy announces $57 million for small businesses to support technology commercialization

    U.S. Secretary of Energy Steven Chu today announced $57 million, including nearly $11 million under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, to support clean energy technology commercialization projects for 33 small businesses across the country. These projects, funded as part of DOE's Small Business Phase III Xlerator program, will help small businesses develop manufacturing processes to ...


    By US Department of Energy

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