To determine the efficiency of heating and cooling systems, data loggers can be used to monitor various parts of that system, from air conditioning units to heating and ventilation machinery. Monitoring data such as temperature, humidity and carbon monoxide not only ensures systems are working as planned but helps to identify possible issues perhaps caused by inefficient machinery or incorrect programming.
Lascar's broad range of data loggers can help meet the combined challenges of health, comfort, climate and energy efficiency as part of a modern approach to facilities management. Cost effective and discrete, Lascar's data loggers can monitor a range of stimuli from temperature and humidity to carbon monoxide and voltage allowing you to keep in touch with your systems locally, remotely and instantly.
Read our guide to Facilities Management and the instruments suitable for monitoring in this field.