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NetworkThermostat announces the availability of the RP32H-IP and RP32H-WIFI Ethernet and Wi-Fi energy management solutions with integrated humidity sensing.
NetworkThermostat announces the availability of the UP32H-IP and UP32H-IP Ethernet and Wi-Fi energy management solutions with integrated humidity sensing.
Network Thermostat announces the availability of the GE22-IP and HP32-IP Ethernet thermostats with integrated 10/100Mbps Ethernet.
In part 5 of this series, redOrbit spoke with Earth Network's senior meteorologist James West to discuss the importance of how the organization communicates weather to the public.
Before ENTLN, the bread and butter of Earth Networks was their downloadable WeatherBug desktop program, a program that had to clear a number of hurdles before it gained prominence and recognition.
Through the Clinton Global Initiative, Earth Networks is working with the government of Haiti and their cell phone providers to launch sensors on the island.
redOrbit traveled to Germantown, Maryland last week to learn about an innovative ground-based approach to monitoring lightning activity. But the Earth Networks Total Lightning Network (ENTLN) is just one aspect of Earth Networks, the company behind the popular weather website and app, WeatherBug.
NetworkThermostat is now shipping two new Ethernet thermostats, the RP32-IP and the UP32-IP.