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Entry  Wed Mar 27 11:27:00 2019, Aidan, Lab Infrastructure, HVAC, HVAC temperature gradients in the QIL 
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                Reply  Tue Feb 4 14:18:24 2020, Ian MacMillan, Lab Infrastructure, HVAC, Recent temperature fluctuations HVAC-B265B_20200402.pdfQil_Lab_Temperature.zipHVAC-B265B.pdf
                   Reply  Thu Feb 13 11:04:47 2020, Ian MacMillan, Lab Infrastructure, HVAC, Recent temperature fluctuations HVAC-B265B.pdfJan_2020_Qil_Temp_Measurments.zip
Message ID: 2485     Entry time: Thu Feb 13 11:04:47 2020     In reply to: 2484
Author: Ian MacMillan 
Type: Lab Infrastructure 
Category: HVAC 
Subject: Recent temperature fluctuations 

Here is the data for the last week. The temperature for the Northside is noticeably higher than the Southside. This is probably a calibration error in the North sensor because there is not a noticeable temperature difference when walking across the room. I would guess the south sensor is more accurate in its overall temperature reading because it feels more like 22 degrees than 24.

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