Energy data loggers, such as the Tinytag Energy Logger, provide businesses with information about significant areas of energy usage.
Gemini Data Loggers is a proud sponsor of a project to rebuild the AECB’s Low Energy Buildings Database into an international platform for sustainable building knowledge.
By using data loggers to monitor the indoor environment, building owners, facilities managers and occupants can take an informed approach to balancing good air quality with occupant comfort, explains Tinytag…
Design-focused architectural practice Mark Stephens Architects used a Tinytag temperature and relative humidity data logger to evaluate the post-occupancy performance of a new-built house designed to Passive House calculations.
Tinytag data loggers record temperature, relative humidity, power usage, CO2 and more to enable comprehensive assessment of building performance in domestic and non-residential buildings.
The National Museum of the Royal Navy features Tinytag Plus 2 data loggers, helping to extend the conservation work to more historic British battleships.
The Novium Museum, in Chichester, uses Tinytag View 2 data loggers to gather temperature and relative humidity data to help preserve their collections.
A range of Tinytag data loggers have been used to evaluate energy efficiency and find profitable solutions for businesses in a Local Enterprise Partnership scheme.
Understanding how much ‘recycled’ air is in a room can help establishments estimate the risk of infection from diseases such as COVID-19, says Tinytag…
Gemini Data Loggers introduces new Tinytag Instrumentation range of voltage, current and count input data loggers that connect to a variety of third-party sensors.