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What’s the difference between Medical and Industrial IR Thermometers?

What’s the difference between Medical and Industrial IR Thermometers?

Infrared thermometers are tools used to quickly measure the surface temperature of an object without touching it. There is a critical difference between industrial IR thermometers and Medical IR thermometers when the data from these devices contribute to decisions that affect humans. What’s more, you cannot use Medical and Industrial IR Thermometers interchangeably.

How to Set-up and Calibrate Humidity on the IC-800046 Indoor Air Quality Meter

How to Set-up and Calibrate Humidity on the IC-800046 Indoor Air Quality Meter

Australians spend around 90% of our time indoors. Accordingly, it makes sense that the monitoring of indoor air quality in public places is essential for our health and wellbeing. The Sper Scientific IC-800046 measures carbon dioxide, relative humidity, and temperature, all of which have an impact on indoor air quality. Instrument Choice receives many inquiries regarding the relationship between carbon dioxide and humidity to indoor air quality, so we decided to create a step-by-step video guide to calibrating humidity using the IC-800046.

EMF Meters; How to read specifications

EMF Meters; How to read specifications

If you're hunting for the right meter to monitor EMF in your environment, you'll soon discover there is a very wide range of EMF meters on the market, and each product has different and often quite technical specifications. Evaluating each product can be time-consuming, which is why an independent, online scientific instrument company that's backed by a team of scientists can help! Instrument Choice has put together a list of the essential terms and definitions you are bound to find in EMF meter specifications.

Six Types of Plant Meters You Should Know

Six Types of Plant Meters You Should Know

Plants require a delicate balance between living and nonliving factors to accomplish and maintain standard physiological functions. The depletion of essential nutrients or suboptimal environmental conditions can have devastating impacts on the growth and function of plants.

Instrument Choice offers a range of plant meters capable of measuring a variety of plant health indicators to help you to gain valuable insights into plant growth, how to optimise fertiliser, water usage, and how to increase yield potential.

Weather Stations; How to Read Specifications

Weather Stations; How to Read Specifications

Weather Stations are devices with multiple sensors used for collecting accurate weather data at a particular location. There is an enormous variety of stations available, each with different sensors, specifications, and capabilities. This abundance of choice can often mean searching for and selecting the right weather station for your needs, an arduous task. To help you make the search more manageable, the Instrument Choice Scientists have put together a list of terms and definitions you might find when searching through specifications.

How to Measure Meat pH Using the IC-HI981036 pH Meat pH Tester

How to Measure Meat pH Using the IC-HI981036 pH Meat pH Tester

Harmful bacteria thrive in environments where pH is close to neutral or 7. It’s most practical, economical and legal to keep the pH of meat should low during the entire production process. You will prevent spoilage, maintain quality and comply with food safety regulations.

The IC-HI981036 meat pH meter by Hanna Instruments is designed especially for meat processing. Instrument Choice is impressed with the device’s practical design. For example, the meter features a conical tip that aids in penetrating meat when you are taking measurements. We also like the removable electrode sleeve that prevents blockages in the sensor mechanism and assists thoroughly clean the instrument.

 

Turbidity Meters; How to read specifications

Turbidity Meters; How to read specifications

Turbidity Meters measure the turbidity or the 'cloudiness' of a liquid sample. Example applications of turbidity measurements include; checking for possible contaminants in drinking water or checking various waterways to gain valuable insights into aquatic ecosystems health and condition.

To help you decipher turbidity meter specifications, the Instrument Choice Scientists have assembled a list of the most common terms and definitions you are likely to come across.

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