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BAPI Sensors aid NASA in search for ET

BAPI’s sensors may not have made it into space as yet, but they are now helping the US Government in its study of the solar system and cosmos and even in its search for ET. The Jet Propulsion Laboratory, a division of NASA, recently chose BAPI’s immersion sensors for integration into its Deep Space Network […]

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BAPI VOC Sensor Overcomes Formaldehyde Challenge

A Mississippi medical school has come up with a new application for BAPI’s Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) sensor. They’re using it to ensure good air quality inside their cadaver laboratory.The human cadavers at the William Carey University lab are stored in a formaldehyde bath inside metal cabinets. Formaldehyde fumes are released into the air when […]

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BAPI raises the bar with “Touch” and “Fixed Range” pressure sensors

BAPI raised the industry bar for pressure sensors this year with the introduction of two new sensors — the extremely versatile “Touch” Pressure and the economical “Fixed Range” Pressure. ZPT – Touch Pressure The “Touch” Pressure features some of the widest field-selectability of any sensor on the market, including 20 uni-directional and bi-directional Water Column […]

BAPI Goes Green

BAPI is committed to environmentally responsible manufacturing practices and our products comply with the RoHS directive which restricts the use of certain hazardous substances such as lead and mercury. We also formed a Green Team to educate, promote and implement environmentally friendly practices in our business, community and homes. Within the building, we use carpet […]

Crashing into the Automotive Market

Daimler Chrysler in Chelsea, MI crashes two vehicles per shift and six per day in order to examine the vehicles and give them a safety rating. Guy Overall, a contact of ours stationed at the facility, is responsible for the HVAC systems in the plant’s crash area. Last summer he contacted BAPI with an interest […]

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2,500-Year-Old Mummy Goes Wireless…

A new wireless sensor installation at the Univ. of Rochester, NY, will ensure the right temperature and humidity for the university’s oldest resident; a 2,500 year-old mummy. Controlling humidity is extremely importance to keeping the mummy in tip-top shape, according to Jamie Chudyk, Facility Manager for the university’s Memorial Art Gallery (MAG) and its Gill […]

Cornell team chooses BAPI wireless for their Solar House

The Solar Decathlon is a sporting event for eco-friendly students, and BAPI is helping the Cornell University team with our wireless sensors. BAPI sensors were specified on this project because Cornell University has standardized on BAPI for new construction and energy retrofits at their facilities due to the superior performance of our products. We were […]