HVAC Performance Testing and Wireless Building Monitoring
By: CAS DataLoggers
Wireless Temperature and Humidity Data Loggers
T&D data loggers utilize wireless data loggers and sensors which can locally or remotely access office building data from HVAC systems, allow you to view gas/water/energy usage, or lighting and occupancy to track individual suite performance and tenant usage.
It's easy to install T&D wireless dataloggers in individual office suites to monitor temperature and humidity throughout rooms and in ductwork to improve tenant and customer comfort. This is also an affordable way to ensure peak performance of HVAC operation. Ductwork temperature sensors, air flow meters, and pressure sensors can eliminate inefficiencies such as poor filter performance and detect heating/cooling element issues before they become critical.
HVAC Systems/Energy Usage
Track each HVAC system's performance data and keep your systems operating at their peak performance and energy efficiency. Use logged historic data to eliminate inefficiencies such as poor airflow, occupancy, and heating/cooling element issues.
Monitor current (Amps) on main and sub-power lines throughout your facility to evaluate power usage overall or by systems and machines. Utilizing external clamp sensors coupled with an RTR-505-V data logger, energy use, and efficiency can be logged and monitored over time on any AC power circuit.
Maintain a comfortable building and/or working environment across multiple zones or rooms with T&D RTR-50x wireless data loggers. Ensure comfort in small and large facilities with our scalable systems and ease of installing additional wireless sensors.
Monitor Temperature and Humidity settings in lobbies and commonly used areas to ensure tenant and employee comfort throughout the day and to compensate for seasonal changes. You can use historical data trends to adjust airflow from central systems to control the environment. You can also use humidity sensors to prevent mold growth and ensure a healthy building environment with alarm capability and notification of extreme conditions.
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