Researchers at Oxford Brookes University have been using carbon dioxide data loggers from environmental data solutions provider, Gemini Data Loggers, manufacturers of the Tinytag range, as part of building performance and air quality evaluation studies for both domestic and non-domestic projects, plus new build and refurbishment projects.
Data recorded by the discreet loggers is included with other environmental data, and the results assessed to determine whether overall energy systems are working as intended. For example, if CO2 levels are too high, it is an indication of poor air quality, resulting from either poor maintenance or operation of mechanical ventilation systems.
Manufactured in the UK, data loggers in the Tinytag range monitor temperature, humidity, CO2, power usage and other environmental parameters in a variety of applications across many different industries. Together, recorded information can help provide an integrated overview of building energy efficiency. Data from the Tinytag loggers is downloaded to a PC via a USB connection and viewed using the easy to use Tinytag Explorer software.
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