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The SensorCAT has developed the following technologies to the level at which a working prototype is feasible within one to two year under sufficient funding.
“All in One": Electrical Engineering Educational Kit, Including Labs
Electric Grid Outage Survival Power Kit
Thermoelectric source of electric power for emergency situations (medical and communication equipment power support). The system is using a catalytic burner of liquid fuel and produce 20-30W per unit , enough for a notebook, a mobile CB radio or a small medical grade oxygen generator) as long as the fuel supply lasts. Units can be connected for more power.
Electro-optical Environmental Monitor
Sensor CAT, Stony Brook University | Suffolk Hall, Room 115B, Stony Brook, NY 11794-6217 | sensorcat.stonybrook.edu