The new user and client server administration of SmartGraph 3

The free SmartGraph3 software makes it possible for industrial customers to evaluate measurement data easily. The version 3.0.0. has been available since December 2014 and includes two new functions, which are very useful and work reducing: the user administration and the client server installation. Both work completely independently from each other, but they can be also used at once of course. Our IT partner Peter Rau wrote a good and easily understandable explanation for you in the following article.

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The Lufft I-Box and its new Apps

Lufft sensors are useless without being integrated into the company processes. For this reason, Lufft and ONDICS – our reliable and innovative partner for software solutions – thought about how to solve customers‘ problems and simplify the network integration in order to provide data in a clear way and evaluate them easily (for example with the OPUS20 data logger). In this blog post you can get informed about the latest Lufft App store developments…

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Poor air quality at university? Lufft’s products ensure perfect room climate

Considering that we spend no less than two thirds of our lives in enclosed spaces, the quality of indoor air plays a crucial role for our health and our well-being. Lufft made it easy to monitor room climate by developing the OPUS20 TCO. The data logger measures the indoor temperature, the air humidity and the CO2 concentration.

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Lufft’s monitoring software at a glance: SmartGraph3 and MCPS7

Demanding and complex measurement tasks can only be tackled successfully with high-precision devices. Aside from measurement, storage and transmission of environmental variables, the analysis of collected data constitutes another extremely important aspect of data processing. Lufft developed the SmartGraph3 software to ensure the ongoing transfer of measurement results and additionally offers the MCPS7 software for special applications.

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