What is a Temperature Sensor? | Veris Industries


Posted on Tuesday Aug 30, 2022 at 12:56PM  

Tags: sensor network, sensor, humidity, temperature sensors, humidity sensors


What is a Temperature Sensor? Temperature sensors are devices that detect and then quantify the temperature of their environment. Glass tube thermometers are a simple example. Modern temperature sensors, however, are electronic devices that convert
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Current Monitoring Relays: An Extra Layer of Equipment Protection


Posted on Tuesday Aug 30, 2022 at 12:47PM  

Tags: current, energy, power monitoring, power


Current monitoring relays are an inexpensive solution for protecting mechanical equipment from electrical overloads and predicting risks before they cause damage. They accomplish this by monitoring the input and output currents passing through the
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Power, Current, & Energy Monitoring With Current Sensors


Posted on Thursday Aug 25, 2022 at 04:07PM  

Tags: current, multi circuit power meters, power meters, energy, power monitoring, power, power vs energy


Current sensors are used to ensure the efficient operation of electrical power and energy systems in a modern building. To decide what sort of sensors or devices you need, you’ve first got to understand your goals.
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How Commercial Building Owners Can Save With Submetering Solutions


Posted on Thursday Aug 04, 2022 at 01:22PM  

Tags: power meters, energy, power monitoring


Commercial building owners often struggle with estimating sufficient lease costs per square foot with diverse tenants who each have unique power usage needs. With the right submetering solutions, owners could potentially save thousands of dollars.
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4 HVAC System Upgrades For Your School’s ESSER Funding


Posted on Tuesday Jul 05, 2022 at 03:59PM  

Tags: air quality, HVAC, air quality sensors


 
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6 Methods For Improving Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) on a Budget


Posted on Friday Jul 01, 2022 at 03:52PM  

Tags: air quality, ventilation, air handling unit, HVAC, air quality sensors


Commercial buildings have several options for improving indoor air quality (IAQ), but some are far more costly than others. A full upgrade or replacement of your building’s HVAC unit and ductwork to a newer or more energy-efficient setup might be
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Environmental Sensors for HVAC Upgrades: Every Building Needs a Brain


Posted on Wednesday Jun 29, 2022 at 03:56PM  

Tags: air quality, sensor network, ventilation, sensor, temperature sensors, carbon dioxide sensors, air quality sensors, humidity sensors, occupancy sensors


Buildings are always getting smarter. Automation technologies, advanced data collection, remote building controls, and more have brought us a lot more than just creature comforts. They’re savings facility managers boatloads of money with optimized
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4 Tiny Sensors That Reduce Energy Consumption in a Big Way


Posted on Wednesday Jun 29, 2022 at 03:48PM  

Tags: air quality, ventilation, sensor, air quality sensors, occupancy sensors


Energy costs will quickly sink a facility's budget when consumption is inefficient. For instance, over-ventilating may increase costs without substantially improving indoor air quality, especially if ventilation is set-and-forget throughout the
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How to Boost the Efficiency of Your Air Ventilation System


Posted on Monday May 30, 2022 at 09:55AM  

Tags: air quality, ventilation, air handling unit, variable air volume box, air quality sensors


Adequate fresh air ventilation is a key piece of indoor air quality. In the past, building ventilation was handled in a largely manual fashion and planned around estimates of the maximum occupancy of a space of a certain size. …And, of course,
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Why Good HVAC Systems are Essential for Indoor Air Quality in Schools


Posted on Thursday May 26, 2022 at 08:15AM  

Tags: air quality, ventilation, HVAC, air quality sensors


What is the Indoor Air Quality Standard for Schools? The EPA asserts that “Good IAQ contributes to a favorable environment for students, performance of teachers and staff and a sense of comfort, health and well-being. These elements combine to
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