GreenTEG launches cloud-based insulation monitor
GreenTEG AG has launched the gO Measurement System (gOMS) for wireless, cloud-based U-value, temperature, and humidity measurements.
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The gOMS is the ideal tool to make non-invasive insulation quality assessments, for example before refurbishment of an older building, the company said.
Other applications include the detection of mould-prone spots. The system generates hard data about the insulation quality and humidity values.
Up to 16 sensor nodes for temperature, heat flux, and humidity measurements can be connected to the base station. The data from the sensor nodes is transmitted via LoRa (long range) technology to the base station from where the data is sent to the cloud via a secure 3G connection.
The data can be monitored remotely and in real-time.
There is no need for software installation: to view the data one simply logs in to the portal with a browser.
For more information see www.greenteg.com/gO-Measurement- System/.
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