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Read our data logging case studies and PR stories to see how Tinytag data loggers and Tinytag Explorer software are successfully used in a wide range of industries.

 

Tinytags Provide Effective Monitoring for Temperature-Sensitive Materials

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Tinytag data loggers are monitoring temperature sensitive materials in fridges, freezers and incubators for the UK’s largest independent provider of analytical laboratory testing services to ‘land-based’ industries.

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Tinytag Energy Logger: Practical and Effective Energy Monitoring

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For high consumers of electricity, power usage monitoring and energy efficiency measures are of particular importance.

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Identifying Significant Energy Usage Within Buildings

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Environmental specialists Green Bridge provide services in the areas of energy, environment and sustainability. The Tinytag Energy Logger has been a significant tool in helping its customers reduce their impact on the environment and control their running costs through improving the performance of their buildings.

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Tinytag Data Loggers: Power Usage and Temperature Monitoring at Bedford Hospital

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Bedford Hospital is a local acute trust which also provides a number of outpatient services on site, including a branch of Moorfield’s Eye Hospital serving Bedford and the surrounding area. It also hosts a large base for GSTS Pathology, which provides services to a number of hospitals across the East of England including Bedford.

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Regular Plant Monitoring Helps Energy Efficiency Improvements

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Power usage monitoring in facilities with power-hungry equipment can perform an important role in ongoing energy efficiency policies. Regular monitoring with the Tinytag Energy Logger has proved effective for European Freeze Dry, a leading multi-product freeze drying facility and speciality freeze drying services provider.

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Using Tinytags to Monitor Bat Roosts

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Bats are among the most fascinating British wild animals, but during the last century populations suffered severe declines. Many groups and individuals are working to secure the future of bats, and ongoing research is a part of this process. Two independent bat workers, Brian and Patty Briggs, have been using Tinytag data loggers to monitor a colony of bats for many years in a listed timber framed barn which was restored in 1987.

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