Tinytag data loggers support energy efficiency applications by accurately monitoring power usage, CO2, temperature and RH locally or throughout a building, says Gemini Data Loggers in this sponsored post.
This will help identify where steps can be taken to improve energy efficiency, maximise cost savings, and ensure the occupants’ wellbeing.
The range includes the Energy Logger, a portable, non-invasive device for monitoring single and three phase power usage: this can be useful for monitoring energy consumption in line with ESOS, ISO 50001, and other energy management requirements. Temperature, relative humidity and CO2 loggers help validate whether heating and ventilation systems are working correctly, monitor the performance of building materials (e.g. insulation), and record conditions to comply with Health & Safety regulations.
The Tinytag Radio System is an effective solution in sites with multiple monitoring points or those needing remote data access. Data is gathered automatically using wireless communications and sent via a receiver for viewing on a PC, across a LAN, or remotely across the internet. Loggers in the range monitor temperature, RH, count, low voltage and current, and include discreet units for indoor monitoring in areas such as offices, and weatherproof units for use outdoors and in industrial areas.
Recorded data is viewed in Tinytag Explorer Software, an easy to use Windows program. Data is presented initially in graphs and tables which can easily be printed, copied and pasted, or exported into other software packages