Temperature and humidity data loggers were used in homes and offices to help determine heat loss and comfort levels. Evaluating overall energy efficiency is a challenge for building developers and essential in ensuring that work complies with building regulations.
The Energy Monitoring Company found a simple solution to
overcome this by installing Tinytag
Plus data loggers to monitor temperature. By providing a
constant temperature measurement data loggers can help to increase
the efficiency of cooling and heating systems to ensure that
buildings comply with environmental regulations. These robust,
waterproof self-contained units can be placed anywhere on the site
to ensure optimum measurements.
The Energy Monitoring Company has also used Tinytags to measure
temperature, humidity, voltage, and contact closures
to determine the energy efficiency and comfort levels in occupied
buildings. Applications include installing data loggers in 50
dwellings in Lincolnshire for national Energy Services and
conducting a comprehensive environmental assessment of a five
storey office building for a London based architectural
"Tinytag data loggers are ideal in assisting us to measure heat
loss through certain areas of a building, so that we can recommend
where savings can be made," comments Tracy Hill, Managing Director
of The Energy Monitoring Company. "They are easy to use and I can
check the data quickly and easily through my PC. Our service has
made a real difference to our clients and Tinytag loggers have
proved instrumental in achieving this for us."
Tinytag data loggers provide effective monitoring of
temperature and humidity levels in a variety of applications to
suit a range of industries and settings. The stand-alone versions
are compact and battery-powered with an extensive memory. They can
be connected to a PC using a USB or serial cable, enabling stored
data to be downloaded easily through the Tinytag Explorer software, eliminating the need
for constant spot checks.