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Use of Portable Date Loggers for Energy Auditing & Reduction

About this Online Webinar

This webinar will discuss the various types of energy data gathering devices and data loggers, including power (KW), energy (KWH), state, lighting, temperature, HVAC, CO2, compressed air, steam, plug load, flow and other important data logging systems. The instructor will review how and where to use the various types for optimum results, and clarify important application aspects and limitations. The underlying principles covered will apply both to portable data gathering/logging, as well as to semi-permanent, and permanent applications.

Energy auditing typically includes gathering energy use data, often through the use of data loggers and other data gathering equipment. Data loggers come in many different types, shapes, sizes, and capabilities. As a result of all the new advances in electronics, energy systems data logging is becoming more the norm than the exception within manufacturing and commercial energy auditing. For example, a typical/possible first step to permanent data logging is the use of portable data loggers, as the portable logging step often defines where and when permanent logging might be needed, where it makes good sense, or even where it is required as part of a measurement and verification protocol.

You will leave this session with a much clearer understanding of all energy data loggers, how to use the obtain and analyze the data from these devices, their costs and applications, and how you might best apply these within your energy auditing and energy reduction projects.

Course Overview (pdf)

This course earns 0.4 CEUs, 4 PDHs and 0.8 AEE Credits toward Re-certification. Further information on course accreditation and recognition

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Topics covered

  • Definition of data gathering/logging
  • Why and when to use energy data logging
  • Defining amount of use (AOU) and time of use (TOU)
  • Metrics Identification and Generation - begin with an end in mind
  • Data gathering/logging and energy audits (e.g., ASHRAE Level 1, Level 2, Level 3)
  • Data logging and ISO 50001
  • Where to use data loggers
  • Portable versus permanent
  • Safe installation of data loggers
  • Placement of data loggers
  • Proper time of data capture
  • Interval of data capture
  • Types of data loggers, and approximate cost
  • Specific applications
  • Obtaining data from the loggers
  • How to use CSV files
  • Use for measurement and verification (M&V)
  • Using logger data for metric generation, examples
  • Analysis and use of the data
  • Lessons learned from 200+ sites
  • Summary and conclusions

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