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Alternative Energy Monitoring

MadgeTech data loggers can be used to monitor and record parameters in alternative energy production and usage studies. The alternative energy product line includes devices for pressure, temperature, current voltage, pulse, event, state and motion. They are commonly used in applications such as utility usage studies, energy audits, testing and verification, building studies and in energy production processes.

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Most people have seen sunlight focused with a lens burn a leaf, but Oregon-based startup Focal Technologies, Inc. has developed a new application for focused sunlight that has the potential to burn up something much more impressive: contaminants. The system, known simply as Ray, uses an eight-foot wide lens to harness the sun's energy for the treatment of agricultural and industrial runoff.

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There's nothing more relaxing than curling up on the couch and watching your favorite television show after a long day. According to Nielsen, the television is still a must-have staple of the American home, with an estimated 116.4 million homes that have at least one TV. However, that's not the case in East Africa where television reaches less than a third of Kenya's adult population on a daily basis.

Looking to reach the rest of the Kenyans who lack power or a television set, M-KOPA Solar, based out of Nairobi, is brightening homes with their solar-powered products. The company has created a solar television, which brings 26 free channels to customers with the installation of an antenna. The solar kit also comes with a lighting unit and a socket for charging cell phones, to accommodate those living off the grid. The battery lasts for about four hours when watching TV with the light on, which some customers say isn't long enough to meet their family's needs.

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The Block Island Wind Farm in Rhode Island, a project almost a decade in the making, officially entered its final phase of construction over the weekend. The Brave Tern, a specialized construction vessel that can stand above the water on retractable legs and lift 800 tons with its large crane, arrived from France Sunday with the final major components of the offshore wind turbines. The work is expected to take about a month followed by testing in September, meaning the United States will have its first offshore wind farm fully operational sometime this fall.

By the time the Brave Tern heads back to Europe, the Rhode Island coastline will have a distinctively new look. The Block Island Wind Farm will include five 6-megawatt wind turbine towers sporting the longest blades in North America. Each blade is 241 feet long and requires 128 bolts to attach it to the hub of the turbine.

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From medical applications to manufacturing, and sterilization to shipping, data loggers offer the perfect solution for industries whose bottom line relies on the stability of the environment around them. MadgeTech offers a wide variety of data loggers to continuously monitor, measure and record the physical parameters that can either make or break the quality and safety of a product.

With so many options available, picking the right data logger can seem like a daunting task. However, with MadgeTech's help, the process is simplified. Here are five simple tips to make the process of choosing the right data logger a little easier.

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