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By OPTO DIODE CORPORATION
Newbury Park, CA – Opto Diode (www.optodiode.com), a division of ITW, announces the SXUV20HS1, a high-speed photodiode with a Ø 5 mm circular active area. The new detector is ideal for extreme ultraviolet (EUV) detection covering 1 to 200 nm.
By OSI Laser Diode, Inc.
Edison, NJ - OSI Laser Diode, Inc. (LDI), an OSI Systems Company, introduces the latest detector in the avalanche photodiode (APD) family, the LAPD 1550-30R.
By Illini Surveillance . Com
Do you think someone is listening to your conversations or watching you.A bug detector will help you find any hidden devices. Simply walk through the room with the bug detector and it will alert you to any problems.
By Dominion Pest Control Products
The all new FMC Verifi™ Bed Bug Detector is being offered by Dominion Pest Control Products.
By Linda Farrow, Total Spectrum Advertising
filtec has revolutionized the way bottles are inspected for low pressure caused by misplaced caps, stress cracks, pinholes and other defects in PET and HDPE containers .
By Focus Integrated
British scientists have developed a new lie detecting technique which uses thermal imaging technology.
By Dynovations, Inc.
iPauseMusic is not just for the office anymore. Version 3.0 was just released. It has been optimized to run on battery power allowing for many more places where people can use their iPhone to listen to music without ignoring their surroundings.
By Walter Boyles Go!Foton
Go!Foton adds new FLE 1100 model in UV wavelength
By Dynovations, Inc.
iPauseMusic uses the camera on your iPhone/iPod/iPad to detect motion at the entrance to your office, then pauses any audio source, alerting you that you have a visitor.
With decades of outstanding performance, the newest Compur Monitox Plus is the best on the market, the ATEX Gas Detector provides unmatched performance and value.
By eAlert! - Can Save Lives
When an accident happens, the first few minutes are critical, A slow emergency response can result in physical impediment which will take away a person’s independence or worse… an unnecessary death. This is especially true for the elderly.
By eAlert! Personal Emergency Response System
90% of the people who get help within one hour will continue to live independently, but after 12 hours without any aid, only 10% of the people can continue to live at home.
By Rick Savoia
Buy Radar Detectors, a retail web site featuring radar detectors and accessories, announced availability of the new Whistler PRO 3600 Laser-Radar Detector today. The online retailer is one of the first authorized Whistler dealers to carry it.
By Russell Fote & Associates, Inc.
CO is a very deadly gas. To prevent CO poisoning in your home involving your home's fuel heating equipment annual checks need to be conducted in furnace, heater etc. Also if you do not have a CO detector in your home, install one as soon as possible.
Electromagneticfielddetector.com announces the launch of a new information website that provides details on electromagnetic fields and tools used to detect them.
By H & R Fire and Safety
Fire; it’s something most of us deal with in one way or another every day. Fire prevention on the other hand, is something we rarely consider.
By Danny Aronovic
Numerous intrusion alarm distributors, monitoring stations, and installers participated last week in an online event to learn from industry experts about TOWER-20AM's revolutionary technology and advanced capabilities.
Metal detecting is not a particularly popular hobby, but the good thing about it is that more and more people are getting hooked on it. Metal detecting is an activity that can be very thrilling and educational at the same time.
Metal detecting is attracting more and more enthusiasts. It combines the thrills of treasure hunting with the serenity of nature. It is a great way to clear one's mind of the daily stresses of life.
There are many kinds of metal detectors out there on the market. However, not all of them can be used for certain purposes such as underwater metal detecting.
Are you into a metal detecting hobby? If so, it is important that you know how to repair your very own metal detector to avoid additional expenses.
Let's face it, metal detecting for a beginner can be hard.
Many people are involved in metal detection underwater. Most of these people would prefer to hunt metals on beaches. There are many benefits that one can get from detecting metals in beaches.
After exploring the metal detecting hobby for a while, most devotees want to move on to higher level.
It is one thing to go on a metal detecting adventure on land; but it is another thing to go searching for metals underwater.
Treasure hunters love to use metal detectors because they aid them in searching for those hard to find metal items planted in the ground.
With all the models and types of metal detectors available, a deciding value for most customers is the price.
Some people think that it takes great skill to operate a metal detector and find treasure buried in the ground. The truth is, it just takes a little practice so that an individual will know whether the object is worth digging or just trash.
Like in any other business venture, knowledge in metal detecting is required before selling any product.
The basic definition of conducting deep metal detecting work is when masses of objects or metals that are buried are found anywhere between forty centimeters to three meters just below the surface.
Metal detecting is a fun hobby for the young and old alike. It can be done as leisurely as a pastime activity on the beach or as seriously as joining a professional club. Whatever level of interest one has for metal detecting,
Believe it or not, there exists a quite old and legendary supplier of metal detection equipment in Oregon, USA. The company is called Blue Bucket Mining.
Metal detectors have been around for more than a hundred years. Miners first used this device to detect ore. Since the machine was very crude, people still relied on old methods of striking against the rock in the hopes of finding this rich material.
Believe it or not, the hobby or pastime that is metal detecting is currently being compromised by the pavement of areas that used to be parks or places where detecting could be done.
Searching for treasure is something that children grew up with after reading books about pirates. This fantasy can now become a reality as the person can buy a metal detector and start looking for jewelry that have been buried in the ground.
Believe it or not, there are many on-line and offline magazines that explore the subject of metal detection.
Buying a metal detector is just the first step in a persons' quest to look for old coins and jewelry.
The hobby and pastime of metal detection is done in areas that are usually either public property or private property. However, both require certain regulations, rules and requirements that need to be followed.
One exciting moment for metal detectors is the challenge of discovering valuable finds on difficult grounds like the beach sand. This hunt, because of its distinct features, is labeled "beach combing."
You just bought your very own metal detector and you are itching to use it to find some interesting treasures.
California was known to be the "Land of Gold" when gold was first discovered in its lands during the 1500s.
You have done it at beaches, parks and playgrounds, riverbanks, schools, long stretches of fields, and even at your own backyard.
Metal detecting activity is full of excitement and is an adrenaline rush.
The winter has passed, spring is on its way, and along with it comes the spring rains.
Metal detectors started to be popular in the mid-80s both as a hobby tool and aid to technical household troubles.
If you remember your American history classes in high school, you would know that the Sunshine State of Florida has a long and rich history involving settlements and military forts of our forefathers and the early inhabitants of the United States.
You could have already finished an e-book or a hardbound book on metal detecting 101.
Why not? If you have the knowledge, experience, and the passion, you can certainly create a metal detecting book all by yourself. If you think penetrating the paperback market is too lofty a goal, then you can try publishing an E-book first.
If you're at a loss on where to start searching for buried treasures, get your metal detectors and flashlights ready and blinking because we have several suggestions in mind for you:
There is a wide range of hobbies to choose from. You can read, you can write poetry, do scrap booking, cross stitch a picture you love, or you can try metal detecting.
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