Energy testing of buildings

LSI LASTEM design and supply equipment for in-situ measurements carried out to determine the as-built thermal transmittances (U-values) of building elements. In order to predict the fuel consumption, CO2 emission, cooling load or running cost of a proposed building, the thermal transmittances, or U-values, of the building’s elements need first to be determined.

U-values were determined by measuring the heat flow through the element and the temperature difference across it. Two different solutions are available

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Products of Energy testing of buildings
R-Log data logger. N. 5 inputs by terminal block. 2.4 GHz radio programmable as Master, Slave, Repeater mode

R-Log. Terminals inputs

Code: ELR515.1

R-Log data logger. N. 5 inputs by terminal block. 2.4 GHz radio programmable as Master, Slave, Repeater mode

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M-Log is a compact data logger for environmental indoor and outdoor applications. It can be fixed to tripods or inside IP65 boxes.

M-Log - Mini Data logger

M-Log is a compact data logger for environmental indoor and outdoor applications. It can be fixed to tripods or inside IP65 boxes.

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R-Log gives the utmost flexibility in terms of multiple measurement design. And, thanks to its radio technology, it’s also a multi-position measurement system.

R-Log - Radio Data logger

R-Log gives the utmost flexibility in terms of multiple measurement design. And, thanks to its radio technology, it’s also a multi-position measurement system.

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R-Log data logger. N. 5 inputs by MiniDIN connector. 2.4 GHz radio programmable as Master, Slave, Repeater mode

R-Log. MiniDIN inputs

Code: ELR510.1

R-Log data logger. N. 5 inputs by MiniDIN connector. 2.4 GHz radio programmable as Master, Slave, Repeater mode

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Data logger with n.2 RS232 ports,  9-12 Vdc power supply. Terminal input board

M-Log. N.5 inputs terminal type. N.2 RS232 ports

Code: ELO008

Data logger with n.2 RS232 ports, 9-12 Vdc power supply. Terminal input board

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