Oregon Scientific Advanced Technology Products for Your Home
Oregon Scientific products do more than simply beautify our homes and offices – they enable us to pursue our personal goals for better health, better work and living spaces and better fulfillment in all we do.
Oregon Scientific offers products that enable our customers to purse better health, work, and living spaces. Our product lines have won multiple awards since we founded our business over 20 years ago. Oregon Scientific products empower its users and allow them to maximize their potential every day.
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Established in the US in 1989, Oregon Scientific is both the inventor and market leader for Smart Clocks and Home Weather Stations. Oregon Scientific has excelled in 6 main categories that can enhance your lifestyle with products using advanced technology and European design for style.
What is a Smart Clock or Atomic Clock?
Atomic clocks are the most accurate clocks in the world. They do not go out if the power shuts off and always sync in to get the right time, all the time. The US Naval Observatory's Master Clock, or USNO, regulates all time in the USA. An Atomic Clock has an oscillating mass and springs, just like a normal clock. The difference is that an atomic clock relies an that mass being an atom instead of mechanical parts.
A precision clock that depends for its operation on an electrical oscillator regulated by the natural vibration frequencies of an atomic system (as a beam of cesium atoms). The atomic clock is receptive to radio waves and is thus controlled by radio from the US Naval Observatory. Anyone owning an atomic clock will have synchronized time on the device. Radio controlled clocks reset daily to the split second, and adjust automatically to Daylight Savings Time, Leap Year and Time Zone Changes.
You can get atomic clocks for extreme accuracy and dependability, designer clocks, digital clocks and projection clocks. A projection clock is a new technology that actually shows your time not on the surface of the clock face but in the air above it. It usually needs a flat surface to project it's time on. This could be a wall, door or ceiling. Wake up and have the time above you instead of looking over at your digital clock!
Home weather stations are becoming more and more popular as doplar and weather radar is becoming easier to read and obtain. Get your own weather alerts and forecasts, temperature readings and climate with your own weather station for your home. In this category you can also find rain gauges, solar powered items, thermometers and weather sensors.
The sports and fitness category of Oregon Scientific has been recently added to help you in your fitness goals. Find timers, calorie counters and pedometer counters to see how far you walk each day and how many calories you have burned. You can also find altimeter and GPS guides that fit your pocket for your next nature hike in unknown territory! Did you know that if you walk 2000 more steps a day you should maintain your current weight if you don't change anything else about your lifestyle?
Sports and Health also carries blood pressure monitors, body weight scales, heart rate monitors, pedometers, sport watches and stopwatches.
Telecommunications is a huge aspect of technology. A large majority of the products you see on Oregon Scientific use the latest and greatest technology and advances in science to make the product exceptional. From monitoring your heart rate to predicting the weather and sensing variations in climate, humidity and barometric pressure, there are things to customize your home and update it indefinitely.
Browse the huge and unique selection of scientific and advanced electronics for the home and also to benefit your health. Oregon Scientific works hard for you the customer to bring you advances in technology that are out of the lab and can be used in your home and everyday life.
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