Self-contained, the RTR-756 Wireless CO2 + Temperature + Humidity Data Logger is a flexible, real-time monitoring solution for managing CO2 levels, temperature, and humidity in schools and office buildings. The data logger features flexible recording and battery operation.
The data logger TR-76Ui-H is a three-channel recorder designed to simultaneously measure and record CO2 concentration, temperature, and humidity. The model achieves a temperature measurement accuracy of ±0.3°C between 10° and 40°. The accuracy is ±0.5°C at all other temperatures.
Matchbox-sized, the HOBO® UX90 motor on-off logger is an LCD-display data logger for monitoring run-times of motors, pumps, compressors, and other equipment. The logger provides a simple and convenient way to record up to 340,000 equipment on-off cycle changes.
The CO2 recorder TR-76Ui three-channel data logger simultaneously measures and records CO2 concentration, temperature, and humidity. The unit has a CO2 range up to 5,000 ppm and a capacity to store up to 8,000 data sets. The supplied software enables the user to download the data recorded.
From a distance of several meters, current measurement values can be read easily due to the large display of the HUMLOG20 data logger. Typical fields of application include the monitoring and recording of humidity, temperature, CO2, and air pressure in museums, conference rooms, or classrooms.
Seven different data loggers make up the 176 data logger series and can meet a variety of different temperature, humidity, and pressure data logging needs. Depending on the model selected, the data loggers can manage up to five channels for pressure, temperature, and humidity.
Indoor air quality is something that can’t be seen or heard - but it can be measured. And the better the method of measurement, the better the chances of reducing contaminant, allergen, and dust levels in the environment.
Today, we have an incalculable number of tools to do at least as many different tasks. Examples include tools for preparing our food, to making wooden furniture, to installing and fixing HVACR systems. It is this last type of tool that we honor with the 2011 Dealer Design Awards in the Tools category.
This week, The ACHR NEWS features the Commercial Cooling Showcase. Get a jump on your competition by learning about all the new commercial cooling equipment that manufacturers are introducing this year, including rooftop units, VRF systems, and chillers.
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