Don’t Shoot the Messenger: DE Measurement Data May be Telling a Larger Story
While few would question a $5 calculator if its number differed from expectation, there is an automatic suspicion of high end measurement tools when values don’t add up on a project site. If the installation and applications are good, when measurements don’t align with the plan, it does not necessarily mean the meters are wrong; there very well may be other factors at play. What is the price of ignoring this data?
We will use case studies and lessons learned for a “Don’t Shoot the Messenger” presentation to explore why and how accuracy matters, what to look for when numbers don’t match, how serial communication helps alleviate discrepancies between BAS and TAB and more.
1. Explain why and how accuracy matters
2. Analyze case studies to determine how issues were identified and how meters can predict loss and potential maintenance
3. Identify what to look for when numbers don’t match
4. Discuss how serial communication helps to alleviate discrepancies between BAS and TAB