Environmental Monitoring for Museums and Archives

Preserving exhibits from damage is undoubtedly the number one priority for museums. The importance of this is further increased because of the liability obligation towards owners of priceless artefacts and loaned exhibits. Since many of these are climate-sensitive, it is incredibly important to monitor environmental conditions such as air temperature and humidity. This is no easy feat however, because of seasonal climate fluctuations and factors like number of visitors etc. Therefore continuous indoor climate monitoring is a necessity.

Testo help museums ensure exhibits are properly maintained. Monitoring factors such as temperature, humidity, LUX, shock and air quality is key for preservation. Our museum climate monitoring solution will alert you on conditions leading to growth of mold or excessive dryness causing wood cracks or paper preservation issues. You will have a permanent record of storage or shipment conditions and easy access to your monitoring data. It also provides time logs at user-selected intervals with alarm settings if the pre-set points are crossed.

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Environmental monitoring system:

Software-based.

  • Hybrid 2.4 GHz wireless and/or Ethernet communication system.
  • Monitoring of temperature, humidity and measurable values from external 4-20 mA or 1-10 V inputs
  • alarm responders for 3 shift 24/7 work schedules with alarm escalations
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Environmental monitoring system:

Cloud-based Wi-Fi.

  • Software free stationary system: Wi-Fi loggers and a secure Cloud-system
  • Temperature and humidity information is accessible from any device with PC or mobile device
  • Text message and email alarm notifications can be assigned to recipients
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Temperature, humidity, 

and shock value loggers

  • Loggers record shipment conditions of artwork, archives, and exhibits.
  • Plug in to the USB port, programmed using an internal PDF setup file.
  • Disposable (90 or 150 days) or permanent standard loggers that save from 16,000 to 64,000 readings.