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East 30 Sensors
1601 Kitzmiller Road
Pullman, Washington

(9-5 PST, M-F)

Fax 509-332-5158

East 30 Sensors manufactures and sells innovative sensors for biophysical research, in conjunction with Campbell Scientific dataloggers.

East 30 Sensors started in 1995 when Bryan and Karine Wacker bought the rights to Soiltronics' (previously owned by Kees Calissendorff) sensors: the Thermal Conductivity Sensor, Specific Heat Sensor, and Sap Flow Sensor. East 30 Sensors allows Karine to continue to use her skills as an engineer and stay at home with her children (Kahlin, at 2, could often be found with his tools "making needles").

KARINE received her BSME from Washington State University in December 1992, and passed her EIT in Spring 1993. She has work experience with Decagon Devices, Inc. and Campbell Scientific, Inc., working in both marketing and engineering. She enjoys sewing, teaching her children, and writing programs for her CSI datalogger for applications around the home.

BRYAN received his MAFL from Washington State University in May 1995. He has worked as an aircraft mechanic and laboratory technician in a soil physics lab. He currently works for Decagon Devices, Inc. as the product manager for the Research Instrumentation line. He is an avid gardener and makes everything work at East 30 Sensors and around the home.