SmartHTC User Training

Introduction course for new users covering basics of building energy performance and how to use SmartHTC to accurately measure true building performance.

SmartHTC result presented to customer

Who is it designed for?

New SmartHTC users who want to be able to provide thermal performance measurements services to their customers.

Course Info

  • Duration:1.5 hrs

  • Location:Online

  • Max Persons:5

Course Price

£150 GBP
Excluding VAT

Course Overview

Measuring the true thermal performance of a house has always been a challenge until now. This course trains new users on the innovative SmartHTC building performance measurement solution to accurately measure the Heat Transfer Coefficient (HTC) and other thermal performance metrics of houses.

The course is designed to be provided via an online session lasting no more than 90 minutes.

Included for FREE as part of the SmartHTC sign-up fee, or chargeable for additional users at a later date.

Course Content

  • Background knowledge on the heat transfer coefficient and why you would measure it.
  • What affects the building energy performance and what is the performance gap.
  • What building information, temperature data and energy data does SmartHTC require.
  • How to set up, install and download data from temperature sensor readings.
  • Uploading data and using the SmartHTC web interface.

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Temperature sensors

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SmartHTC on an In Home Display with temperature sensors

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