The Flux Analyzer: a high-tech flux measuring device

By now, most people have heard of flux measuring instruments.

They’re essentially large, portable digital instruments that are used to measure the flux of a liquid, such as water.

But for the last few decades, researchers have been trying to develop smaller, more affordable, and portable devices that could measure the same thing, and which could be mounted on the surface of a building or on a wall.

One such device is the flux measuring apparatus known as the flux sensor, which is a piece of glass or plastic with a tiny LED light attached.

Flux sensors are cheap and portable, and can measure a variety of types of flux.

A flux sensor is often mounted on a door, window, or other exposed surface.

A low-power, low-cost, and inexpensive sensor is also commonly used to detect air leaks or humidity.

A new type of flux sensor called the flux-tracking detector (FTD) has recently been announced, and it can measure the exact flow of liquid in the fluid in your room, even if the liquid is out of your room.

It’s a small, lightweight, and cheap device, which can be used to capture the flow of a fluid and measure the flow within your room to determine if there is a leak in the room.

The device has been shown to be able to detect the presence of a leak within a room, and the data can then be analyzed by a computer or a sensor to determine the location of the leak.

The FTD has been successfully tested in a few studies in the last year or so, and has been deployed in a number of different rooms.

The new FTD is a lot lighter than the traditional ones.

The sensor is mounted on an adjustable, flexible housing with a screw on top, so it can be easily moved around and moved around freely.

It weighs about three ounces, and measures about 0.9 by 0.7 inches.

It is the first sensor that uses an LED light, instead of the traditional metal reflectors.

LED lights are not a new technology, but the new sensor uses them to provide better performance.

It also uses a new way of measuring the flux: the flux density.

A density is the amount of flux that can be measured in a sample, and this can be compared to the number of flux measurements required by a single measurement.

For example, if a sample of liquid is measured at a frequency of 1 millihertz, then the density of the fluid is about 1 millibecquerel (1/2 of a milligram).

The flux density of a typical liquid is between 30 and 50 millibECquerels (50-100 microhertz), and the flux densities of the FTD are around 30 and 40 millibEquereles (20-30 microherz).

The density of water in the United States is around 30 microhertewtons, which makes sense, because that’s the density at which water is actually found in the world.

For a sample that contains a certain amount of water, the flux is going to be the same for both the sample and the instrument, and a good measurement of the flux at that point in time is going