Applications

Museums & Conservation

Display, Storage and Conservation

Tinytags are used in the display, storage and conservation of sensitive items. They can be supplied in unobtrusive colours so as not to detract from exhibits. Probed versions are available for sealed display cases or difficult to reach areas.

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Tinytag Fishbourne Roman Palace Ultra Radio data logger

Tinytags installed at Fishbourne Roman Palace

Tinytag radio, LAN and stand alone temperature and relative humidity data loggers monitor sensitive exhibits and archives.

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Tinytag Ultra 2 temp/RH data logger Falklands Museum

Tinytags in place at the Falkland Islands Historic Dockyard Museum

Tinytag data loggers monitor temperature and relative humidity throughout the museum.

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Tinytag data loggger Long Room MCC Museum

Tinytags monitor at Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) Museum

Tinytag temperature and relative humidity data loggers are now being used in the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) Museum at Lord’s – The Home of Cricket.

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SS Great Britain - temp/RH monitoring

Tinytags monitor temp/RH at Brunel’s SS Great Britain

Tinytag data loggers are used at Brunel’s SS Great Britain to help ensure sensitive items are kept in the correct environmental conditions.

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Documents in the Archive Project Tristan da Cunha

New archive project in Tristan da Cunha includes Tinytags

Tinytag data loggers are being used in a new Project to preserve historical archive material in this remote Island location.

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Gridshell structure at Weald and Downland Living Museum

Weald & Downland living museum monitors collections and exhibition space

The Tinytag Radio System monitors temperature and relative humidity in the artefacts collection, archives and an exhibition space.

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HMS Victory at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard

Tinytag data loggers aid conservation work in HMS Victory

Monitoring temperature and relative humidity is essential to aid preservation of sensitive items aboard Nelson’s historic flagship HMS Victory.

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Newport medieval Ship Tinytag Ultra 2 temp/RH data logger preventive conservation

Tinytags play key conservation role for the Newport medieval ship

Monitoring temperature and relative humidity is essential in the long term preventive conservation of the historic vessel.

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Tinytag Ultra Radio temp/RH logger museum monitoring

Tinytags Ultra Radio loggers play key role in preventive conservation

Temperature and relative humidity monitoring with the Tinytag Radio Data Logging System is aiding conservation work in museum stores and galleries.

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Tinytag Ultra 2 temperature and humidity data logger National Museum Cardiff

Collection care and energy saving at National Museum Cardiff

Tinytag temperature and relative humidity data loggers were used in trials to monitor environmental conditions in display galleries.

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Tinytag Ultra 2 data logger for museums collections monitoring

Tinytags provide long term environmental monitoring for museum collections

Temperature and relative humidity monitoring is essential for the long term preservation of sensitive items in museum collections.

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Tinytag temperature and relative humidity data loggers for museum and conservation monitoring

Tinytags help protect museum collections alerting of temperature and humidity fluctuations

Tinytag data loggers monitor museum temperature and humidity to help assess potential risks to collections, and help ensure their preservation and conservation.

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Temp/rh data loggers monitor display cases to aid preservation of artefacts

Tinytags monitor temp/RH to help protect sensitive museum collections

Monitoring temperature and relative humidity fluctuations is providing essential information to help protect museum collections.

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Tinytag temperature and humidity data logger used for book care, preservation and conservation

Tinytag Data loggers play key role in book conservation

A Tinytag data logger monitoring temperature and humidity is being used to help with the care and preservation of books.

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Tinytag temperature and relative humidity data logger for railway museum and conservation monitoring

Tinytags help preserve railway archives by monitoring temperature and relative humidity

Monitoring with Tinytag temperature and humidity loggers is helping in the preservation and conservation of historic railway collections.

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Ultra 2 data loggers monitor temp/RH of museum collections on display and in storage

Temp/RH monitoring helps protect museum collections on display and in storage

Tinytags are monitoring temperature and RH to help protect collections on display and in storage in a railway museum.

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Tinytag temperature and relative humidity data loggers for museum monitoring

Temp/RH monitoring to help protect museum collections

Monitoring temperature and relative humidity is helping to ensure the preservation and conservation of collections in a small museum.

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Tinytag temperature and relative humidity data logger for archives and documents conservation monitoring

Tinytag temp/ RH loggers help in preservation of Local Authority archives

Monitoring with Tinytag temperature and relative humidity data loggers is aiding the preservation and conservation of local authority archives.

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Tinytag temperature and relative humidity data logger for church pipe organ conservation monitoring

Tinytag data loggers monitor temp/RH to help preservation of a church pipe organ

Monitoring temperature and relative humidity helps ensure the correct conditions are maintained to aid in the conservation of an historic church organ.

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