Verify correct operation of your radiant heating and cooling (HVAC) system

Use a heat flow logger and radiant sensor to measure the thermal characteristics of a radiant HVAC system.

Is your radiant heating and cooling (HVAC) system producing the right amount of warmth?

People- and environment-friendly radiant HVAC systems heat and cool spaces in an energy-efficient manner without producing any sound or airflow. However, it can be difficult to evaluate the amount of warmth or coolness produced by such systems because they rely on radiant heat, which is not visible to the human eye, to function.

A Solution in the LR8432 Heat Flow Logger

Using the Heat Flow Logger LR8432 and a radiant sensor, you can measure and visualize the radiant heat produced by a radiant heating and cooling (HVAC) system.  

Key benefits include:
* Each radiant sensor has its own unique level of sensitivity, and sensitivity is expressed as electromotive force per 1 W/m2.  However, the LR8432 eliminates the need to configure scaling settings that require troublesome calculations. Instead, you need only enter the sensitivity of the sensor as-is.

* Radiant heat varies with location (distance from the radiant HVAC system) and operating conditions.
Since the LR8432 can record up to 10 channels of data for an extended period of time, it can record changes in radiant heat and room temperature over time at multiple locations.

* A double-graduation function lets you display separate graduated scales for temperature and radiant heat on the left side of the screen, making it easy to check values.

Managing Radiant HVAC using Heat Flow Data

Related Products List