When creating a productive office environment, it’s important to ensure that your employees are not too warm or cold, especially when your heating system is remotely-controlled which distributes heat unequally.
When working in unpleasant conditions, people quickly become uncomfortable and start showing less energy--if the temperature is too warm, workers become tired, and when it’s too cold, their attention drifts and makes them easily distracted, so you’re advised to always keep the temperature between 67° to 73°F. Similar to the consequences of an extreme office temperature, there are also general safety concerns concerning unusual humidity levels.
Workers can experience any of the following symptoms from working in low humidity: dry and itchy skin, sore throats, and even respiratory problems. When humidity is too high, the office will feel stuffy and can eventually develop bacterial and fungal growth, so recommended humidity levels range from 30% to 60% RH. With this in mind, CAS DataLoggers now supplies your business with the ideal temperature and humidity monitoring solution: wired and wireless data loggers from high-quality manufacturer T&D. With automatic monitoring, you ensure that your office has proper temperature and humidity so your employees are healthier and more productive, saving your business time and money.
T&D is Japan’s number 1 manufacturer of temperature and humidity data logging systems, with a wide range of models to provide your office with the equipment to monitor and record data over preset intervals. If the temperature suddenly becomes too high, or the humidity too low, these data loggers will immediately send you or other designees email and text alerts, allowing you to handle the situation on the spot without everyone having to get up and adjust the thermostat all day. These compact yet high-accuracy temperature and humidity loggers also offer USB or Ethernet interfaces for convenient data retrieval.
T and D dataloggers also offer users sophisticated and user-friendly web-based software which keeps track of the collected data. Having multiple data loggers spread across your office, you can label them on the website to track down unstable environmental conditions you find in specific rooms. This technology also allows you to view live temperature and humidity readings 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Wireless models include T&D’s versatile RTR-500 series which automatically sends data and alarms via cellular phone networks for remote data collection, the RTR-5 series which also measures moisture, and the 500GSM mobile base station with built-in GSM modem. CAS DataLoggers also offers an especially low-cost solution with the log-EZ model, specifically designed for heating and cooling management in office buildings and homes. Wired solutions fit easily into any budget and include the TR7U USB series which can also monitor for additional parameters such as CO2 levels.
CAS DataLoggers offers your business a large number of options, no matter how small or large your office is. Expert guidance helps you choose the best device for your needs, and free tech support gets you setup quickly and hassle-free.