The latest advance in the history of the hand-held instruments is the X Series with the Lufft XA1000. The instrument was developed specifically to measure humidity, temperature, CO2 and air flow. Like a smartphone, the XA1000 features a bright, large color touchscreen display.
The development of the Lufft XA1000 handheld device written from the perspective of the main responsible developer! As the project of the handheld device XA1000 started in July 2011, Lufft’s development team had one idea in mind: The successor to the C-Series was going to be the pioneer of a new and decisive generation of handhelds. The new series, aptly code-named X (for eXpert), should no longer qualify solely on its technical capacities, but also meet new demands in the field of product design, usability and features.
Numerous archaeological findings and elaborate installations are on show to visitors and will carry them to “the end of the world”. These valuable finds need to be well protected. Lufft has installed nine OPUS20E data loggers with a total of 36 external temperature/humidity sensors for continuous climatological monitoring.
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.