After conversing and cavorting with both attendees and exhibitors at Sensor Expo 2015, a general consensus was tutorials are very popular and desired by our subscribers and soon-to-be subscribers. Any informative material that makes the designers, engineers, and test people's jobs easier and more fun is always welcomed.
Usually, companies are most generous in writing these tutorials for our weekly newsletters and regular spots on the web. And sometimes these companies can simply point the reader in the right direction. Such is the case here. Omega Engineering has offered paths to five highly educational articles.
Ambient air contains life supporting oxygen, nitrogen, and carbon dioxide as well as chemicals that can harm you. This tutorial provides things you should know when dealing with air quality monitoring. Go to: http://www.omega.com/technical-learning/air-quality-monitoring.html
This article discusses the challenges involved with relative humidity in the lab. Five reasons to wirelessly measure relative humidity are discussed at: http://www.omega.com/technical-learning/relative-humidity-monitoring-wireless.html
This instructive piece discusses the temperature sensors employed in manufacturing and temperature recording, including why and how frequently sensors need calibrating. Calibration equipment options and reasons for and against using an AS17025 calibration laboratory are covered. Find it all out at: http://www.omega.com/technical-learning/calibrating-temperature-measurement-devices.html
If you're ready to measure pH with a wireless device, then this informative article is right up your alley. The article discusses the three must-have features in a portable data logger for pH measurement. Take a gander at: http://www.omega.com/technical-learning/wireless-ph-measurement.html
Remote monitoring is ideal for applications in dangerous or harsh environments where conditions are relatively safe. In this article you will learn the pros and cons of remote monitoring. Visit: http://www.omega.com/technical-learning/remote-monitoring.html
About the Author
Mat Dirjish is Executive Editor of Sensors magazine. He can be reached at [email protected].