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Application Stories (page 2)

  • The Idemitsu Museum of Arts in Tokyo uses convenient Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) data loggers to monitor temperature and relative humidity, ensuring optimal environmental conditions for the preservation of its valuable art objects, including paintings, calligraphy, and ceramics.
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  • Rhode Island's Narragansett Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve used water level data loggers as part of a study that helped bolster the conclusion that losses of a certain marsh grass in southern New England marshes can accelerate during periods of extreme high water levels.
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  • The Hunter Museum of Art in Chattanooga, Tennessee meets the challenge of safely housing objects made from a variety materials with the use of temperature and relative humidity data loggers that leverage Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) technology.
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  • The best-surviving copy of the Magna Carta, currently on exhibition in Britain’s Salisbury Cathedral to commemorate the document’s 800-year anniversary, is stored in a glass display case along with a Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) temperature/relative humidity data logger.
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  • A manufacturer of vitamins and mineral supplements recently installed multiple temperature and humidity data loggers in a climate-controlled storage facility to monitor seasonal temperature fluctuations and optimize product freshness.
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  • Through scientific methodology and analysis using multi-channel temperature loggers, the consulting firm Buildera resolved frustration over cold showers that had plagued a homeowner for years.
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  • A local landmark in San Francisco, the Flood Building is a 12-story commercial structure that was built just after the turn of the last century. An engineering firm deployed occupancy/light sensing data loggers for a major energy retrofit of this historic building.
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  • Alison Williams, quality assurance supervisor with Ready Foods in Denver, Colorado, speaks to Onset about using reliable temperature monitoring as backup to the facility's building automation system.
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