Both stand-alone Tinytags and the Radio Data Logging System will be on show at ARBS 2016, at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, from 17-19 May
Tinytags will be on show this May at Australia's only
international trade exhibition for the Air Conditioning,
Refrigeration and Building Services industry. ARBS features over
250 local, national and international manufacturers and suppliers,
and will showcase the very latest products, technologies and
services for these industries.
Environmental monitoring with temperature, humidity and
CO2 loggers helps assess whether heating,
air-conditioning, climate control and refrigeration systems are
working correctly. Tinytags monitor the effectiveness of building
material (e.g. insulation), record conditions to comply with
H&S regulations, and can help ensure the comfort and wellbeing
of occupants. They can also monitor the performance of equipment
such as boilers.
The Tinytag Energy
Logger is a portable and easy to use device for recording
single and three phase power usage. The non-invasive logger is
useful for monitoring consumption in line with energy management
targets. It can monitor individual equipment, help build
consumption profiles, monitor electrical distribution and help
provide sub-metering information.
For sites with multiple monitoring points, the Tinytag Radio System is an ideal solution: data is
gathered automatically using wireless communications and sent via a
receiver for direct viewing on a PC, across a LAN, or remotely
across the internet.
We have a number of interesting and varied case studies about
using data loggers for
facilities management, as well as case studies relating to
refrigerated storage and distribution.
Tinytags will be exhibited by Hastings Dataloggers, our Australian
Distributor, on Stand 3/4 at ARBS and they would be very pleased
to welcome visitors and introduce the range.