"Validating Comfort Complaints with Data Loggers"
Author: Lubofsky, Evan
Published In: Facilities Manager
Date: July/August 2007
When indoor temperatures are too hot or too cold, employee productivity can drop. To validate temperature-related complaints, an increasing number of facilities managers are relying on battery-powered data loggers, which can measure temperature, relative humidity, light and other parameters in user-defined intervals and store the information in their onboard memory. Describes choosing and using data loggers. Includes list of data logger providers.
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