Training to use dataloggers (Hobo)

Post by: Saad

Training of advanced students on one of the methods of monitoring temperature and relative humidity in any building in order to know the environmental conditions of the space. Monitoring is very necessary, because the temperature and relative humidity have a clear impact on the artifacts.

The training here was on how to use a Hobo datalogger to initiate it and how to stop it and how to take the readings of temperature and humidity.

Explaining the software setup to students

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