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Effects of Weather and Altitude on CO2 Sensors
If you are a user of CO2 sensors in industries such as HVAC, BMS, Horticulture, Livestock, or if you are measuring CO2 for any reason, you may not be aware just how much ambient pressure can affect your readings. In… read more >
How Temperature Monitoring Can Improve Workplace Efficiency
Want to improve workplace efficiency? Then you need to pay attention to your employee comfort. When your employees are uncomfortable, they are less productive. Temperature control can help you ensure the comfort of your employees. However, maintaining temperature control can… read more >
Monitoring Soil Moisture Content
Crop farming covers 40% of our planet’s surface and consumes 85% of its freshwater. In the world of agriculture, success and failure can so often be determined by natural processes such as rainfall, temperature and humidity. An imbalance in one… read more >
How to Prevent and Monitor Indoor Mould
Indoor mould and damp are unfortunately fairly frequent problems within homes in the UK and is well known to be the cause of a wide variety of health concerns and damage to buildings. Thankfully, there are solutions and legislation surrounding… read more >
How Smart Agriculture Sensors Can Help Feed the World
The development of the ‘Internet of Things’ and the use of smart technology sensors is coming to the world of agriculture, and not soon enough. Technology can improve processes, yields and efficiency and is moving away from being a luxury… read more >
Monitoring Moisture Levels in Coffee Production
The process of growing, harvesting and drying good quality coffee is one that requires a great deal of care and attention. A long list of variables can affect the end product, including temperature, soil quality, air quality and moisture. Moisture… read more >
Moisture Measurement in Grains
The UK is well known for its unreliable weather, providing rain when you wish for sun and vice versa. This makes crops liable to either becoming too dry or too moist, leading to complications further down the line. Therefore, moisture… read more >
Maintaining CO2 Levels in Poultry Farming
CO2 sensors have a wide range of applications; paramount among these is the ability to improve living conditions and protect life. This is one of the primary reasons behind their usage in the poultry farming industry. However, as well as… read more >
Sensing Moisture in Oil
When it comes to the use of hydraulic fluids and lubricants in industrial processes, the last thing you want to see is water. It interferes with machining processes and can even damage the equipment. This is why moisture in oil… read more >
Regulating Pressurised Environments
There are many environments where a regulated difference in pressure is required for effective operation, ranging from the world of engineering to hospitals. Within these environments the use of pressure sensors and transmitters is vital. There are two variations in… read more >
Omni Partnership With Aranet
At OMNI, we supply innovative wireless data logging systems. We have been supplying sensors and transmitters for many years. Our data logging systems cater to many different industries. Some examples include: Agriculture Food production Livestock HVAC/building management Manufacturing Process monitoring… read more >
Humidity and Temperature in Agriculture
Any first-schooler knows that plants need four things to survive: light, water, soil and air. In terms of raising healthy plants however, one of the most important of these is actually the effect of water with regards to relative humidity.… read more >