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The AM16/32B multiplexer significantly increases the number of sensors that can be measured by a Campbell Scientific datalogger. It interfaces with the datalogger and adds terminals for wiring additional sensors of almost any type.
The HOBO U12 4-External Channel data logger has a 12-bit resolution and can record up to 43,000 measurements or events. The four external channels
accept a wide range of Onset and third-party
sensors/transducers with a 0-2.5 VDC output, including
Batch mill for 2 different grinding procedures:
Impact grinding of hard, brittle or non-elastic grinding materials with high-grade stainless steel beater. This beater can be used for a Mohs hardness up to 6 (incl. with delivery). Cutting grinding f
The Testo 425 thermal anemometer is a compact, easy to use anemometer with attached thermal probe on a telescopic handle. The Testo 425 thermal anemometer measures air velocity from 0 to 4000 fpm and temperatures from -4 to 160°F. Volume flow can als
The furnace is designed to heat ash samples up to a maximum temperature of 1600°C in a controlled atmosphere and visually record the fusion of the samples for analysis. It is designed for biomass and combined (biomass/mineral) fuels.
The C 2000 basic IKA- calorimeter is a combustion calorimeter for determining gross calorific values of liquid and solid samples. A high level of automation with extremely simple handling characterizes this instrument. In addition to the isoperibolic
The functionalities of the software, which provides high reliability, accuracy and sampling quality (QA/QC) , allows you to manage the sampling in an easy and intuitive manner.
The TCAV-L typically provides the average temperature of the top 6 to 8 cm of soil for energy-balance in flux systems. It parallels four thermocouples together into one, 24-AWG wire. Each member of a thermocouple pair can then be buried at a differen
Portable automated system for airtightness testing of the buildings
Combustion calorimeter for determining gross calorific values of liquid and solid samples.
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