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Temperature Sensor Introduction

Temperature Sensor Introduction

One of the most popular gas detection devices we use at home is the thermostat. It usually consists of temperature and humidity sensors. Temperature sensors are categorized into two basic types: Contact Temperature Sensor and Non-Contact Temperature Sensor. Contact Temperature Sensors requires physical contact with the detected object while the Non-Contact type doesn’t. The thermostat is categorized as being the contact sensor type. There are also four common types of temperature sensors including a thermistor, Resistive Temperature Device (RTD), thermocouple and Integrated Silicon Linear Sensor.

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Pujiang Innovation Forum 2017 held in Toronto

Pujiang Innovation Forum 2017 held in Toronto

The Pujiang Innovation Forum 2017 - Canada Forum was held on May 16,2017 in Metro Toronto Convention Center. As a member of Canadian company representatives, Ambience Data has attended this clean technology event. This yearly event serves as the bridge to connect Canadian and Chinese businesses forging an eco-chain between two countries. 2017 Pujiang Innovation Forum was a great success.

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Innovation and Inspiration at OCE Discovery 2017

Innovation and Inspiration at OCE Discovery 2017

As we entered the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, I looked to my side and caught a glimpse of a woman in a casual business suit, banner in hand, running towards the entrance of the discovery showcase floor. People were already setting up their booths, shaking hands, and asking questions at the surrounding booths.

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Impacts of Air Pollution Worldwide

Impacts of Air Pollution Worldwide

This year, the United Kingdom saw poor levels of air quality caused by high levels of carbon dioxide and nitrogen dioxide emissions, amongst others. About 20,000 to 30,000 premature deaths are attributed to air pollution per year across England. Populations like the elderly, babies, and pregnant mothers are the most vulnerable to suffering ...

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Air quality and diseases in Uganda

Air quality and diseases in Uganda

A study called, “Prevalence of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and associated risk factors in Uganda: a prospective cross-sectional observational study” was conducted in Uganda to determine the risk factors for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) based on an existing lack of research on the impact of air quality on respiratory. Though countries in the global ...

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Northern China Winter Air Pollution

Northern China Winter Air Pollution

As the northern hemisphere entered winter season, public heating supply in northern China was in full swing again. At the same time, air pollution dramatically increased at this time of the year in northern China.
There have been discussions around the cause of air pollution. Many people believe that heating supply is the influence factor since coal is the major power source for heating companies in China.

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Air Pollution - A Mother's Concern

 

 

As a mother I am very concerned about air pollution. My oldest child was born six and a half weeks premature and has severe peanut allergies and asthma. We have learned as family how to deal with these issues. He constantly carries an Epipen and uses an inhaler on a regular basis.

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Silent But Deadly: Carbon Monoxide in Your Home

An average of 170 people in the United States die every year in their home from carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning. Due to malfunctioning non-automotive products, such as appliances like furnaces, heaters, gas stoves, and even fire places, carbon monoxide can be leaked into your home where it can become trapped. Unfortunately, many people still do not understand the tell-tale signs of Carbon Monoxide poisoning.

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Indoor Air Pollution May be Worse than Outdoors

Many indoor household products that we use, often to enhance our lives or clean our homes, such as cleaning supplies and furniture, contain potentially hazardous compounds called ‘volatile organic carbons’, also known as VOCs. Due to our dependence on these products, indoor air quality may actually be poorer than outdoor air quality.

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