Research Ltd. has worked with many government agencies (e.g., Environment
Canada, Health Canada) and private companies providing electronic equipment
for scientific research, production testing, automation and monitoring. more...
Our most recent line of single - channel temperature recorder (TR-1050s)
has 0.05 m°C resolution and ±3m°C accuracy. more...
also have a new series of multi - channel data loggers (XR-420
Series), which record a combination of the following: (up to 24 channels)
temperature; depth; tide levels; conductivity; turbidity; fluorescence, PAR
(Photosynthetically Active Radiation), pH, or DO (Dissolved Oxygen).
Click here for the full line of RBR products.
RBR conducts electromagnetic field surveys. Developed under
contract with the Radiation Protection Bureau of Health
Canada, RBR now offers this service for those interested in knowing the radiation
levels of video display terminals (VDTs), electrical rooms, electrical panels,
microwave ovens, etc.
Click here for our services page for
more information or e-mail us to
set up a time to survey your work environment or home.
|RBR has designed and manufactured surge generators, capable of
generating a high voltage pulse (up to 5,000 Volts). On a recent contract with Nortel
Networks, this test equipment was used for testing the durability of
telecommunication equipment. These surge generators can test any electronic circuitry
which, when deployed, is open to a possible lightning strikes. Contact
us for specs and purchase information.
Model WG-10 wave gauge was originally designed by the National Water Research
Institute of Environment Canada. Redesigned and manufactured under license
by RBR it is sold as the WG-50.
|RBR has designed and manufactured a bore hole depth
locator: BH-30. It is designed to locate the exact
location of pilot holes that have failed to intersect a drift or other accessible
target area. Range: up to 45 feet.
|RBR has recently released a third generation albumen height
gauge, the new AG-30.
RBR has developed a two or thee axis stage drive for Olympus microscopes: SD-100.
|If you already know our product line and would like the latest data
sheets and manuals, or would like to view the data sheets on some of our older
equipment, then click here
|Custom oceanographic equipment has been the subject
of many years of R+D at RBR. We have designed and manufactured custom electronics for
Geo-science Centre (of Natural Resources Canada) for their scientific
research. In particular, RBR has designed and manufactured the electronics of three
key instruments: CORK Logger; T-Tool
(DVTP); and Heat Probe.
oceanographic equipment will be on display in booth 823 at the OiAmericas
2001 conference in Miami Beach, April 3-5. Come visit us and check out our new
lines of data loggers and wave gauges.
+ RBR Equipment
|View reports and descriptions of the scientific research involving RBR
electronics. We have also collected some hyperlinks to excellent third party
descriptions of our equipment. more...
|On-going research at RBR includes work on a suite of software programs
used for object recognition and image analysis on microscope slides to find and
count those chromosomes damaged by radiation.
to the success of the CORK Logger, RBR is now developing an advanced
CORK Logger or A-CORK. Improvements include ability to monitor pressures at a
number of discrete levels in sub-sea formations, and temperatures at a greater number
of levels and to a greater degree of accuracy. For some deployment pictures on the
CORK page, click on the schematic. For the preliminary scientific report on the A-CORK
CORKs for the 21st Century.
RBR is also collaborating on ground-breaking research on a multi-axis motion
sensor to permit automation of ground scanning radar which detects buried objects
(e.g., pipes and mines).
RBR is also a collaborator on designing an oximeter (a device that measures
the oxygen content of blood by passing a beam of light through the finger).
|Much of RBR's past contracted research and development leads to quality
products ready for the market. The research for the specialized deep-sea technology
of the oceanographic instruments has been put to use in the latest lines of RBR data
loggers. Some other areas in which RBR has done research and development are: micro-electronics;
communications technology; security equipment;
biological instrumentation; and EMF Surveys.
Brancker Research Ltd. has agents around the world, which serve as local
representatives for RBR products. more...
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