New Monitoring System for Museums, Archives, Galleries, and Libraries
For many museum visitors, the indoor climate is not noticeable, so long as they feel comfortable. But for the great works of art, the right climate is a matter of long-term survival.
The testo 160 monitoring system will help you manage prevention, to keep the artwork free of mold, discoloration, corrosion, delamination, cracking, or physical distortion. This system easily blends in with the museum surroundings, and delivers necessary data streams and alerts.
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Works of art are very sensitive to fluctuations in the ambient conditions in the rooms in which they are exhibited or stored.
Monitor indoor climate, light exposure, and air quality where they have an influence on the condition of artwork
Have documentation of indoor climate and light exposure throughout the year
Be alerted to sudden climate changes, so corrective actions can be taken
The testo 160 monitoring system lets you monitor the temperature, humidity, light intensity, UV radiation, and carbon dioxide concentration automatically and continuously, with a very low visibility profile.
Small logger sizes, paintable housing covers to help conceal loggers
Channel alarm functions (email & text)
Simplified installation and operation, no computer software needed
Measurement data transfer by local Wi-Fi directly to the Testo Cloud storage
Download our Expert Article: Museum and Archive Environment Monitoring: 13 Expert Tips. In our article, you can expect the following
13 influencing factors on your art and culture collections
Specific recommendations for action to protect your exhibits