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U-value, R-value, humidity, and surface temperature measurements via a cloud based multinode system. The gO Measurement-System is a cloud-based, wireless system for U-value, R-value, surface temperature, and humidity measurements. It allows for simultaneous measurements with up to 16 sensors and real-time remote monitoring. It is the only system on the market which gives you hard data about the insulation quality of building elements. The gOMS is especially designed for applications in building physics..
The most common detectors for low powers are photodiodes due to their good power resolution and fast response time. Light is absorbed in the material and converted into an electrical current proportional to the radiation power. Depending on the material composition, each wavelength results in a different signal and only a narrow bandwidth of wavelengths lead to an electric signal at all, as can be seen in the chart on the right. Besides the widely available Si, Ge and InGaAs are also used as photodetectors. The absorption characteristics of those two materials extend into the NIR spectrum, up to 1800 nm. When electrically biased appropriately, InGaAs can even absorb at higher wavelengths. All available photodiodes together cover a total range of UV, VIS, and NIR.