This is a quick update on our contest for the most extreme measurement in honor of the Olympics. Enter by sending your most extreme measurement using Apogee products to firstname.lastname@example.org for a chance to win a $100 credit on Apogee products and services.
Our current most extreme measurements are listed below. If you have a measurement that beats it, send us an email!
4557 feet; measured at Apogee Instruments headquarters
2 feet; measured at Apogee Instruments headquarters
61.36 C; measured by a horizontal FOV infrared radiometer (SI-1H1) on 6/28/12 at 1:30 pm at at the University of Arizona’s Maricopa Agricultural Research Center, Maricopa, Arizona
-37.565 C; measured by the SI-111 infrared radiometer on 7/2/11 at 11:00 at a buried ice mass in Garwood Valley of the Dry Valleys of Antarctica
Farthest North (latitude)
41.7 north; measured at Apogee Instruments headquarters
Farthest South (latitude)
-78.03 south; at a buried ice mass in Garwood Valley of the Dry Valleys of
The contest ends on August 12, 2012. See the Citius, Altius, Fortius blog post for more details.