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In The Laboratory
As part of a Design Consultancy we are constantly developing new products
and this page is to keep you informed of new products that are in development.
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Aurora Virtual Radar 3D, Ethernet to USB Interface

This is a TRUE "Ethernet Mini Server" and is suitable for operating the receiver at a remote site over the internet.

We have not set a release date for this product.
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Radio Direction Finder (RDF)

Development of our Radio Direction Finder is almost complete.

We have not set a release date for this product.
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Aurora Cloud Sensor Remote Alert

The Cloud Sensor Remote Alert comprises of 2 modules.
The transmitter module connects to the PC and plugs
into your existing mains wiring.
The receiver module plugs into a mains socket in another
part of your home/office/university.
When an alert is triggered on the Cloud Sensor any
device plugged into the receiver is switched on ie. Light/Radio.
      
Transmitter
   
Receiver


Examples of its use :-
At Home
The Cloud sensor and computer are located in the observatory at the bottom of the garden and the receiver is located in the bedroom with a light or radio plugged in.
The Cloud sensor is configured to Alert at 3:30am, only if the sky is clear.
Then if the sky is clear you will be woken up at 3:30am, however if the sky is cloudy you will be left to have an undisturbed nights sleep.
At The University
The Cloud sensor and computer are located in the observatory on the roof of the university and the receiver module is located in the office several floors down with a small buzzer plugged in.
The Cloud sensor is configured to alert only if the sky is not clear.
If while the the telescope has been left automatically taking photos, the clouds start to roll in, the buzzer sounds to warn that it is time to close the observatory dome.

These are only two examples of the many uses of this accessory.


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