Cara Pratt joined the MadgeTech team in September of 2019 as a Marketing Graphic Designer & Photographer. Cara graduated from Massachusetts College of Art and Design where she majored in Photography. Outside of work, Cara has a successful wedding photography business.
Committed to providing high-quality solutions to meet the needs of their clients, Essco Labs is ISO/IEC 17025:2017 accredited, assuring global acceptance of their calibration and repairs of inspection, measurement, and test equipment (IM&TE).
Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems are a necessity in keeping commercial and residential environments safe, comfortable, and efficient. If HVAC systems are improperly functioning, maintaining comfort while minimizing energy costs can be difficult. New energy efficiency standards have also prompted commercial and residential facilities to monitor and update outdated equipment to adhere to new regulations. The use of data loggers can provide a cost-effective solution to monitor and pinpoint HVAC system discrepancies.
Data loggers are electronic devices designed to record one or
more variables of physical characteristics found in a specific environment.
Usually, data loggers are compact, battery-powered, portable devices that
contain an internal sensor and memory for data storage. There is a wide range
of loggers that can measure various types of data including humidity,
temperature, pH level, voltage, shock, water level, pressure, motion, carbon
dioxide, and many more. Widespread industries benefit daily from the use of
data loggers, although their importance often go unnoticed. Here we’ll explore
some of the diverse applications that use loggers.