The HOBO MX1104 multi-channel data logger measures and transmits temperature, relative humidity, and light intensity data wirelessly. It also includes an external analog input to attach a variety of additional sensors.
Collecting data over an extended period of time is essential for tracking current performance of a building, space, or system to identify trends or anomalies. Data logging minimizes the need for operator involvement or interference. Some loggers can take readings for more than a year while others can even transmit logged data wirelessly, removing the need for regular physical data retrieval. IDL has various casings to allow logging in outdoor, wet, and extreme conditions.
Glasses are used for remote support projects across a wide variety of markets, including architecture and construction. Using our Glasses for commissioning, remote site visits, remote project reviews and even remote audits is not only possible, but being done by multiple organizations. The Vuzix M4000 will support many of the corporate video conferencing applications like MS Teams, Zoom, Webex, etc. These are very simple and easy to use on the Vuzix Glasses for audio/video exchange and screen sharing.
The HOBO Occupancy & Light data logger monitors room occupancy and indoor light changes to identify occupancy patterns and determine energy usage and potential savings. The HOBO UX90-005 Room Occupancy/Light Data Logger is available in a standard 128 KB memory model (UX90-005) capable of 84,650 measurements and an expanded 512KB memory version (UX90-005M) capable of over 346,795 measurements.
The HOBO Occupancy & Light data logger monitors room occupancy and indoor light changes to identify occupancy patterns and determine energy usage and potential savings. The HOBO UX90-006 Room Occupancy/Light Data Logger is available in a standard 128 KB memory model (UX90-006) capable of 84,650 measurements and an expanded 512KB memory version (UX90-006M) capable of over 346,795 measurements.
The HOBO State/Pulse/Event/Runtime data logger records state changes, electronic pulses and mechanical or electrical contact closures from external sensing devices. This logger is ideal for monitoring energy consumption, mechanical equipment operation, and water and gas flow. The HOBO UX90-001 State Logger is available in a standard 128 KB memory model (UX90-001) capable of 84,650 measurements and an expanded 512KB memory version (UX90-001M) capable of over 346,795 measurements.
The HOBO UX120-006M Analog Data Logger is a high-performance, LCD display data logger for building performance monitoring applications. The data logger is ideal for energy audits, building commissioning studies, equipment scheduling, and more.
Measure temperature in air, water, or soil with the 6.1m (20 ft) TMC20-HD temperature sensor. This product is designed to be used with HOBO U-Series, UX120-006M external-channel data loggers or ZW series wireless datanodes. This sensor records temperatures between -40° and 50°C (-40° to 122°F) in water or soil, and between -40° and 100°C (-40° to 212°F) in air. This product provides a response time of minutes typical to 90% in air moving 1 m/sec (2.2 mph); and 1 minute typical to 90% response time in stirred water.
The HOBO UX100-014M Single Channel Thermocouple data logger records temperature in indoor environments with thermocouple sensors (sold separately). Designed for a broad range of monitoring applications – from industrial process monitoring to concrete maturity testing – the logger provides exceptional flexibility by accepting J, K, T, E, R, S, B or N type thermocouple probes.
The 12-bit FlexSmart Analog Input Module for use with the H22-001 Energy Logger handles two single-ended input channels with user-configurable ranges of 0 to 20mA DC or 0 to 20 V DC which is suitable for 2.5-, 5-, and 10-volt sensors. Field wiring is 2- or 3-wire via screw terminals.
2 input channels of 0-20mA and/or 0-20 VDC
Provides 12V sensor excitation and user-configurable warm-up
The S-FS-CVIA Sensor is for use in Indoor environments
The ADM series AirData Multimeters are used as hand-held portable meters for air velocity, pressure, and temperature measurement.
These meters may also be used to obtain direct air flow readings with an 8400 FlowHood Kit. Any meter can be upgraded to a model with greater capabilities whenever needed.