Resources

White Papers

  • Bluetooth or USB Field Temp/RH Data Loggers: Which is Right for You?
    The purpose of this white paper is to provide an unbiased comparison of USB and BLE field temp/RH data loggers for outdoor field research. In doing so, this analysis will seek to offer practical advice and objective guidance for determining which option is best for your unique application.
    White Paper
  • Measure CO2 to Improve Ventilation/IAQ
    A CO2-logging primer for facility managers and building engineers of offices, schools, healthcare facilities, and residential communities.
    White Paper
  • Choosing a Conductivity Logger
    Whether you are selecting a conductivity logger for the first time or have experience measuring conductivity, this paper can help you determine the type of logger that best suits your needs.
    White Paper
  • Robust, low-cost data loggers for stream temperature, flow intermittency, and relative conductivity monitoring
    This technical note introduces the STIC, a robust, low-cost, simple-to-build instrument that provides long-duration, high-resolution monitoring of both relative conductivity (RC) and temperature.
    White Paper
  • Choosing a Temperature Data Logger
    Whether you are an experienced data logger user or just getting started, this guide can help you choose the ideal temperature logger for your application.
    White Paper
  • Choosing an Occupancy and Light On/Off Data Logger – 5 Important Considerations
    Learn how to select the right logger for identifying ideal locations in your building where permanent changes in lighting could result in cost savings up to 80%.
    White Paper
  • Utility Incentive Programs: How to Get More Money Quickly and Easily
    Learn more about the two main types of incentive and rebate programs, how utility efficiency program managers think, and how data can help you get more incentive dollars for your projects.
    Guide, White Paper
  • Using Data Loggers to Improve Chilled Water Plant Efficiency
    This guide is focused on using data to evaluate the potential positive impacts of controlling chilled water coil differential temperature (ΔT) on overall chilled water plant efficiency.
    Guide, White Paper

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