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Is 2020 the Year for Hydroponic Growers?

We talk a lot on the blog about the ways sensors are used in farming. Everything from proper irrigation amounts to soil moisture levels and even aiding in quality crop production are all possible with the help of sensors. Today …
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irrigation produce

Sensors Help Irrigation Systems Manage Produce Watering

Farmers today are under constant pressure to produce consistent quality crops for consumer consumption. In addition to great weather and soil, the need for water as a critical element in achieving these yield demands. A number of factors must be …
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CLEAN IN PLACE

Flow Meters Help CIP Systems Maintain Compliance

Clean in Place (CIP) systems are an important element in creating hygienic environments for pharmaceutical, biotech, and food & beverage processing plants. With these systems in place, it’s possible to maintain sanitary compliance and to ensure product quality without slowing …
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pressure sensors used to monitor air cabin pressure

Sensors Measure Cabin Pressure for Comfortable Flights

Airplane transportation saves time and makes it possible for millions of passengers a day to effectively travel across vast geographic areas. During air travel, the aircraft is ascended several hundreds of feet high in the air. At this altitude, air pressure …
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sensors for medical internal feeding pumps

Sensors for Enteral Feeding Pumps Prevent Malnutrition

Malnutrition is one of the world’s biggest health problems… and can be related to issues with deficiencies, imbalances or be caused by a problem with a person’s intake of energy and/or nutrients into the body that is required for survival.  …
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pressure and force measurements and the differences

The Difference Between Pressure and Force Explained

It’s easy for some people to get pressure confused with force, and vice-versa. One of the main reasons is because pressure cannot exist without force. While they are similar in this regard, the difference between the 2 is simple: force is …
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flow meters and medical icu uses

Clamp-on Flowmeters for ECMO in Infant ICU

Newborn babies are precious and fragile. In many situations, these children are born too early and before their organs have had a chance to fully develop. In some cases, they are born with serious conditions that require immediate intensive care. …
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biopharamcetical sensors and their impact

3 Reasons To Adopt Single – Use Bioreactors

There is perhaps no single device more important to bioprocessing and pharmaceutical  industries than the bioreactor. While its importance is rarely questioned, engineers and plant managers do often debate the usefulness of single-use bioreactors over their stainless steel counterparts. Traditional …
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air bubbles bubble sensors and fluid management sysrtems

Non-medical Applications of Bubble Sensors

You may have heard about bubble sensors and their ability to detect the presence of pockets of air, or bubbles, within fluid-filled tubes. In medical technologies, these solutions can be a matter of life and death. For example, in an …
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