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US SOLAR RADIATION RESOURCE MAPS

Met One Instruments will monitor your solar installation. Met One Instruments uses solar power in Australia As the US continues to increase its use of renewable energy, solar power is gaining wide acceptance across the country. If you’ve ever wondered whether solar power is a potential energy source for your home or business check out this cool calculator and the link of US Solar Radiation Resource Maps. http://rredc.nrel.gov/solar/old_data/nsrdb/1961-1990/redbook/atlas/ Submitted by Beckius/Pomponi

SUDOKWUN SUPER SITE - SOUTH KOREA

Air quality monitoring test site at NIER (National Institute of Environmental Research in Seoul.  Test site includes 4 BAM 1020 PM2.5 and 1 BAM 1020 PM10 monitors. Photo from Harim Engineering, Seoul.

FRM VS. FEM

FRM vs. FEM The following definitions are taken from the US Code of Federal Regulations, Title 40, Part 50: (40CFR § 50.1) Reference Method means a method of sampling and analyzing the ambient air for an air pMllutant that is specified as a reference method in an appendix to this part, or a method that has been designated as a reference method in accordance with part 53 of this chapter; it does not include a method for which a reference method designation has been cancelled in accordance with §53.11 or §53.16 of this chapter. Equivalent Method means a method of sampling and analyzing the ambient air for an air pollutant that has been designated as an equivalent method in accordance with part 53 of this chapter; it does not include a method for which an equivalent method designation has been cancelled in accordance with §53.11 or §53.16 of this chapter. The EPA has defined reference methods “FRM” for the measurement of various criteria pollutants, such as carbon monoxide, o

From Meteorological Sales Division - An Announcement

Met One Instruments, Inc. would like to announce the availability of the <7 day delivery AWS (Automatic Weather Station).  Need a complete weather station (educational, industrial, research, agricultural) in a rush?  Met One Instruments, Inc stocks meteorological sensors, towers, tripods, dataloggers, and telemetric accessories and is able to respond to most requests immediately. Call us with your requirement or let us configure a system for you.  All of our meteorological systems are calibrated and tested prior to delivery. Meteorological Monitoring System Components: Sensors in stock include: Wind Speed, Wind Direction, Temperature, Relative Humidity, Rain/ Precipitation/ Snow, Solar Radiation, Barometric Pressure. Dataloggers in stock include: 466A Automet, 455B Micromet Towers and Tripods: 970895 10 Meter Aluminum Freestanding, 905 6’-10’ telescoping tripod. Telemetric options:  Cellular/ mobile phone, satellite, internet sales@metone.com Met