Data Loggers

Lascar Electronics Inc.: Millivolt Data Logger

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The EL-USB-ACT is a battery-operated, stand-alone data logger. 


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CAS DataLoggers Inc.: Wireless Temp and Humidity Data Loggers

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The T&D TR-71wf/72wf Series wireless temperature and humidity data loggers are two-channel environmental monitors. 


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Onset Computer Corp.: Thermocouple Logger

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The HOBO UX120 Thermocouple Logger is a four-channel LCD data logger for measuring and recording temperature in a broad range of monitoring applications. 


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TandD Corp.: Temperature/Humidity Data Loggers

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The TR-702 comes in two versions: the TR-702NW with integrated Ethernet and the TR-702AW with wireless integrated 802.11b/g Wi-Fi. 


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GrayWolf Sensing Solutions: Data Collection Meters

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Remote, cloud-based access and control of any of the company’s Wi-fi-enabled AdvancedSense®, WolfPack®, or DirectSense® meters is available. 


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Lascar Electronics Inc.: Temperature Data Logging Sensor

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Supplied with a K-type probe, the EL-WiFi-TC has a measurement range of 0 to 400°C (32 to 752°F), accuracy of ±1.5°C, and display resolution of 0.1°C/F. 


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Rotronic Instrument Corp.: Data Logger Bench Top Display Unit

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Simultaneously measuring and recording CO2, humidity, and temperature, the CL11 data logger bench top display unit is a multimeter that is equipped with the field-tested Hygrometer® In-1 humidity sensor.


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Computer Aided Solutions LLC: Temperature Data logger

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Portable, the EL-GFX-1 is a graphic temperature stand-alone data logger. Features include highly visible LEDs, an audible alarm, large memory, and temperature-triggered logging mode. 


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Onset Computer Corp.: Data Logging Web-Enabled Software

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The HOBOlink® Web-based software platform provides 24/7 data access and remote management for the Web-based HOBO U30 data logging systems. 


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School Ventilation, IAQ, and Energy Loss

Studies Show Many Students Not Receiving Enough Fresh Air
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Though ASHRAE recommends bringing in 15 cfm of outside air per occupant in a commercial building, a growing number of studies show that many U.S. schools are falling significantly short of that goal, which can translate to lower test scores, increased absences, and other health issues caused by poor IAQ.


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