Facilities Management

Offices/workplaces and public buildings

Data logging can help assess overall building energy efficiency. It will also help ensure the comfort and wellbeing of occupants, and record conditions to comply with H&S regulations.

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Tinytag Ultra 2 and Transit 2 data loggers monitor temperature and relative humidity

Tinytags used for indoor temperature/relative humidity monitoring

Tinytags monitor temperatures in server rooms, and throughout the workplace as part of an environmental sustainability audit.

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Tinytag Talk 2 temperature data logger for indoor building monitoring

Tinytags used to assess performance of building controls and equipment

Tinytags are used in building monitoring to help understand environmental conditions for the installation and validation of controls and equipment.

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Tinytag data loggers office temperature and relative humidity monitoring

Assessing temperature/RH conditions in the workplace

Tinytag data loggers help build temperature profiles in offices and workplaces as part of facilities management operations.

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Tinytag Ultra 2 data loggers monitoring before and after insulation performance

Tinytags help evaluate church hall insulation project

Tinytag temperature/relative humidity loggers are used to evaluate before and after performance of a church hall insulation project.

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Tinytag carbon dioxide data logger for monitoring in schools and workplaces

Tinytag CO2 data loggers used to monitor air quality in workplaces and schools

Tinytag data loggers are used to monitor carbon dioxide levels to help maintain air quality in workplaces and schools.

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Tinytag count logger monitoring water usage in hospitals

Tinytag Count loggers used to monitor and assess water usage in hospital wards

Tinytag count loggers have been deployed to monitor water meters for analysing consumption and usage profiles to hospital wards.

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