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   MSR Whitepaper

A well written publication dealing
with most aspects related to acceleration measurement
as it pertains to the
MSR Series of Acceleration
data loggers.

Well worth taking the
time to read this.


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Building services engineering and monitoring

Save time and money with the MSR145 datalogger!

Too sticky, too humid, too draughty…. A recurring contentious issue between landlords and tenants of commercial properties, residential dwellings and public buildings. After all, well-being, health and productivity depend to no small degree upon a good and relaxed indoor climate. In the past, subjective perceptions have mainly dominated the debate on this issue.

The handy MSR145 datalogger provides a fresh insight into this issue. Depending upon the model, this miniature measuring instrument simultaneously records humidity, temperature, light, air pressure and position, providing clear and unambiguous information on climatic indoor conditions.


Humidity is the single main cause of mould formation in buildings. It can result from defective water pipes, the ingression of meltwater, rainwater, firefighting water or flood water, or it may be caused by accidents such as faulty washing machine drainage. More often however, mould forms as a result of inadequate ventilation. Preventative checks produce clear cost advantages and are far more straightforward than clearing up the damage.


Monitoring room temperatures using the datalogger MSR145 is a particularly effective method of setting the heating and air conditioning system to work at its most efficient.


The light sensor is designed to continuously monitor the brightness of a room - an ideal means of cost and energy control! It is for example, possible to record if and when the roller shutters were closed - a method of ensuring for instance, that the air conditioning system uses less energy in summer in order to maintain the room temperature at the preset value. The logger is also useful in situations where you want to find out if the light in common-use rooms (e.g. the basement) has been turned off or not.

Air pressure

Monitoring air pressure with the datalogger MSR145 will provide you with useful information about changes in the weather, high, low and ambient air pressure.


Fasten the datalogger to a window for example, to check how often the room is ventilated. It is also possible to record whether the datalogger has been moved or not.

Simple operation

The high capacity battery of the MSR145 allows you to continuously record measurement parameters over a whole year. Once the data has been transferred to your PC via the USB interface, evaluation is child's play.

Be certain - optimise the weak points in your building and budget efficiently - using the MSR145 datalogger!

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