Keep indoor conditions safe and productive for occupants while reducing your carbon footprint. Select data loggers and remote monitoring solutions to suit your environment, budget, and needs.
Monitoring and maintaining building IEQ for comfort, health, and sustainability
Balancing your building’s indoor environmental quality with energy efficiency is a challenging but critical aspect of sustainability efforts. Even the smallest change to reduce energy use can impact occupant comfort and lead to poor indoor conditions linked to lower productivity, student test scores, and revenue.
Monitoring parameters to evaluate ventilation and indoor environmental quality helps not only maintain a comfortable environment, but also meet ASHRAE building regulation standards and LEED certification. HOBO monitoring solutions deliver accurate data to help you identify the root cause of building discomfort so you can correct conditions and maintain an optimal working environment.
Monitor this important factor to ensure indoor comfort and optimal productivity
Monitor humidity for comfort, air quality, and to protect building structure and assets
Understand conditions to maintain proper ventilation for occupant safety and health
Measure light levels or simply log when lights are on and off
Improve IEQ while reducing energy use and preserving resources
Streamline Your IEQ Monitoring: HOBO Wireless Multi-Channel Data Loggers
Ideal for indoor environmental/energy use monitoring, troubleshooting, and HVAC/R testing, these compact, battery-operated, Bluetooth-enabled data loggers let you seamlessly monitor temp/RH, light, energy, and more. Streamline your data collection with wireless data offload.
HOBO solutions to fit your indoor environmental monitoring needs
Choose from a range of options to improve your building's IEQ and reduce energy use
Stand-alone Data Loggers
Easy-to-use, low-cost, high-accuracy data loggers for energy and indoor environmental monitoring
Stand-alone Multi-Sensor Stations
Data logging stations with USB local offload for one or more measurements to suit your application needs
Remote Monitoring Stations
Versatile cellular stations collect and send data to the cloud from wide range of sensors
Wireless Sensor Networks
Monitor across your entire facility with a cost-effective, powerful wireless sensor network supported by a remote monitoring station
How to measure CO2 to Improve Building Ventilation and IAQ
Learn how to use CO2 data loggers to detect elevated CO2 levels that cause poor indoor air quality, which can lead to occupant discomfort and low productivity in offices, schools, healthcare facilities, and residential buildings.