Temperature is the second most commonly piece of data measured after time. It’s therefore no wonder that the history of temperature measurement goes far back in time. It was already known in the second century CE that air expands with heat and contracts again with cold.
Considering that we spend no less than two thirds of our lives in enclosed spaces, the quality of indoor air plays a crucial role for our health and our well-being. Lufft made it easy to monitor room climate by developing the OPUS20 TCO. The data logger measures the indoor temperature, the air humidity and the CO2 concentration.
Demanding and complex measurement tasks can only be tackled successfully with high-precision devices. Aside from measurement, storage and transmission of environmental variables, the analysis of collected data constitutes another extremely important aspect of data processing. Lufft developed the SmartGraph3 software to ensure the ongoing transfer of measurement results and additionally offers the MCPS7 software for special applications.
Did you know, that the amount of energy that reaches the earth in form of solar radiation every year is 10,000 times higher than the global annual energy demand? What an unbelievable resource and what a waste to leave this resource unused!
In Australia high temperatures with low humidity and strong winds are dangerous conditions for bush fires. An Australien farmer captures biogas from his piggery and flares it to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions from methane. The Lufft WS500-UMB weather station is used to monitor climate conditions.
Wind remains unchallenged in its top position among the types of renewable energies. The advantages are obvious: Compared to other “green energy sources,” wind power takes up relatively little space. Energy is produced without pollution and the investment costs pay off quickly. In addition, this fast-growing and highly innovative industry has undergone constant and tremendously rapid development.