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Electrical measuring instruments – the new generation

Testo sets new standards in electrical measuring technology. Whether multimeters, clamp meters, current testers or voltage testers – thanks to innovative technologies and simplified application, Testo’s measuring instruments measure electrical parameters such as current, voltage or resistance more reliably and precisely than ever before. Find out about service, calibration and training as well. For better performance in electrical measuring technology.

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  • The CO₂ content of the area is used as a measure of the air quality.  

  • The indoor climate is also determined by the prevailing light conditions in the area. Monitoring these light conditions and measuring the lux level are therefore an important part of comfort level measurement in the workplace.

  • Almost everybody has come across this: background noises which easily prevent you from working and from concentrating on something. If the noise level is high at work, staff efficiency is reduced - no matter whether the noise pollution is caused by equipment or colleagues.

  • Applications for speed meters are multi-faceted. In addition to rpm measurement of rotating objects, the speed or length of conveyor belts and goods sold by the metre can also be measured using contact measurement via a measuring wheel. There is also the possibility of determining the rpm of rotating objects without contact using a reflection mark and a light beam emitted by the instrument.

Multifunction measuring instrument for all air velocity & IAQ measurement tasks

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Data loggers - the reasons why they are so important

The question of whether data loggers should be integrated into a system or rooms depends on what the rooms are used for. Many people are active in schools, nursery schools and also in office areas on a daily basis. The rooms are often only very small in size. A high concentration of CO₂, incorrect humidity or temperatures that are too high or too low may have a strong influence on well-being. However, if it is possible for you to check these values, you can respond quickly. A temperature and humidity data logger therefore offers you the option of detecting when the humidity is particularly high or low. You get an alarm if the temperature rises too high. This means you can create an effective ventilation plan.

  • precise checking of values

  • time and cost savings

  • transmission of data by radio or also via Ethernet

  • acoustic alarm if the values are exceeded

Data recorder: the different versions

Use of the data logger for temperature

There are different data logger designs. Use of the data logger for temperature measurements is particularly well-known and frequent. However, there are also other versions which it may make sense to use. One of these is the CO₂ data logger. It is able to measure the gas concentration in the air. The CO data logger can be of particular interest in areas where many people work, or also learn, in a small space. It indicates when it is sensible to ventilate the rooms.

Measurement is possible using a UV data logger

UV intensity can have an influence on quality, in particular when storing goods, for example in logistics. Measurement is possible using a UV data logger which can be fitted in the rooms. Just like UV intensity, impacts and vibrations can also lead to damage, for instance during transport. The shock data logger can provide information about these activities in this area.

The data logger's data transmission

USB data logger

The USB datalogger is very popular to use, because in most cases it can be quickly recharged and it provides optimum measurement data security. This form of data logger also already has a calibration certificate and a configuration file. This makes it possible to generate the data directly on a terminal device in a PDF file and then to print this out. The analysis can then be done straight away. The advantages of the data logger are particularly practical

WiFi data logger

The radio data logger is another possible version. It may make sense to work with wireless LAN, particularly when you want to use data measurement to check either several areas or larger ones too. The data are transmitted to a chosen terminal device and you can keep an eye on all the areas. This means you save both time and costs.