Application Notes & Measurement Protocols
The Lending Library application notes & measurement protocols describes measurement tips for specific building applications using tools from the CUNY Field Equipment Lending Library (FELL). The application notes serves as a primer for first-time users and as a reference for experienced users needing help with identifying specific operations.
Indoor Air Quality
Indoor air quality (IAQ) refers to the air quality within and around buildings and structures, especially as it relates to the health and comfort of building occupants. Understanding and controlling common pollutants indoors can help reduce risks of indoor health concerns.
Click here for the Indoor air quality slide deck, with tips on how to improve air quality within your facility.
Equipment to use:
|Application: Airborne particle concentration
Tool: Particle counter
|Application: Carbon dioxide
Tool: Carbon dioxide logger
|Application: Carbon monoxide
Tool: Carbon monoxide meter
|Application: Ventilation system
Tool: Hot wire anemometer
With Lighting equipment you can track light fixtures illuminance intensity, lighting color temperature output, also record light fixtures run-time providing you with information on how they are operating and potentially see were to approach energy savings.
Click here for the Lighting slide deck, with tips on various lighting applications.
Equipment to use:
|Application: Light Levels
Tool: Light level meter
|Application: Light on/off – Occupancy
Tool: Occupancy/light data logger
|Application: Light temperature color
Tool: Color/temperature meter
|Application: Light intensity
Tool: Temp/Light Level
Remember: click on the equipment images to be taken to their listing in the online FELL directory.