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Innovative Environmental Sensors Since 1996

At Apogee Instruments, our mission is to help you make better measurements. This means more than just building and selling research-grade sensors at an excellent price. It involves understanding your needs, supplying solutions, and providing the world-class support you need to succeed regardless of the size of your project.

Our job isn’t done when your product ships. As you can see, we have invested significant resources in developing support materials on our web site and in our manuals to clearly explain how to optimally use our products for years to come. However, if you can’t find an answer to your question on our site or in a manual, our highly trained technical-support specialists are standing-by to answer your questions by phone or email. We always value interaction with our great customers and view you as a valued partner on the front-lines of your field.

3-9-17 Dr. Bruce Bugbee Investigator on NASA's Newly Intitated 'CUBES' Space Technology Research Institute

Dr. Bruce Bugbee, founder of Apogee Instruments, was selected as one of the scientists that will help NASA develop new technology to help humans live on Mars. Bugbee, a professor in USU's Department of Plants, Soils and Climate has collaborated with NASA for more that 30 years to study regenerative systems and the effects of microgravity on plants. He will now be front and center with USU’s Lance Seefeldt in the $15 million, five year project by NASA to initiate the new Space Technology Research Institute, "Center for the Utilization of Biological Engineering in Space" or CUBES.

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2-24-17 Apogee SP-510 Thermopile Pyranometer Introduction

 

Mark Blonquist of Apogee Instruments gives an overview of the SP-510 Thermopile Pyranometer and compares it to Apogee's well-known silicon-cell pyranometers.


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