Tinytags help you maintain ideal conditions within museums, art galleries and archives.
The Tinytag data logger range offers an array of features suited to museums and archives. Units are available to measure temperature and humidity with probed versions for sealed display cases or difficult to reach areas.
Shock and vibration loggers are also available to monitor exhibits during transit.
Loggers can be supplied in unobtrusive colours so as not to detract from exhibits.
An important part of maintaining a stable environment for unique exhibits and archive material is accurate temperature and humidity monitoring of the conditions that can affect them. Unlike hygrothermographs, Tinytag data loggers are not affected by vibration caused by heavy visitor traffic.
During the transport of artefacts, shock and vibration damage can occur. Monitoring this is invaluable in identifying at what point mishandling has taken place. Temperature and humidity monitoring remains important during transportation, when delays and customs clearance can mean that crates are left on a runway in extreme heat or cold for many hours.