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Working Function of Infrared CCTV Cameras

18th April 2012
Most Infrared Security System will be able to capture clean images during the day – which is exactly what you want. The overall effectiveness of a camera is marred if you aren’t also fully protected at night-time. Night-time security is vital to have beca... Read >
Author: Vikas Gupta

ATEX Batteries in Increasing Demand

22nd November 2011
We've all heard about rechargeable batteries and Lithium-Ion batteries but what precisely are ATEX Batteries? The ATEX Directive 94/9/EC was formulated to ensure that individuals who work in flammable and potentially explosive situations require addit... Read >
Author: Liz Stewart

Easy Renewable Energy Systems: Homemade Solar Hot Water Systems

23rd May 2011
If you are really interested in creating your own home made renewable energy systems, then solar hot water systems can be considered as the easiest project. But the main problem which is often faced is the attachment of the current plumbing system in the ... Read >
Author: Maddy

Growing Field of Mechatronics

17th September 2010
Mechatronics is the synergistic mixture of Mechanical engineering, electronic engineering, Computer engineering, Control engineering and System Design engineering to design and develop useful products. Due to development of fiber optics and other ... Read >
Author: Billal M Mirza

How to Measure Wind Speed with Handheld Anemometers?

12th August 2010
The Anemometer is a device that is used for reading the wind speed. Weather stations are found using this device for detecting and measuring wind speed. Wind velocity and pressure can be measured easily with the help of Anemometers. This device is also av... Read >
Author: starcity

Knowing The Several Uses Of Halogen Light Bulbs Over Incandescent Lamps

19th May 2010
You do have typical electric light bulbs at home and you see them working every day. Typically, they are made of a tungsten filament encased in a thin and frosted glass. In this glass encasement is not vacuum but a nonreactive gas which is either nitrogen... Read >
Author: joalesto

Benefits Of Solar Energy over Burning Fuel

02nd September 2009
Although the initial cost for setting up a photovoltaic system is quite on the high side when compared to other forms of generating electric energy, but on the long run solar energy Electricity generation is better for several reasons. Firstly, fossil fu... Read >
Author: Tim Godwin

Bioperine Improves Nutrient Absorption

05th January 2006
Bioperine Improves Nutrient AbsorptionBioperine is a pure form of piperine, derived from the fruits of black pepper. It is indicated by the study that Bioperine helps in promoting nutrient absorption.How does Bioperine work?Piperine extract (Bioperine), h... Read >
Author: Chris Jones
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