New Tinytag Plus Radio data loggers provide a versatile and effective solution for temperature monitoring of sensitive goods in warehouses and storage areas, where monitoring and keeping records of the conditions may well be subject to legislation and internal quality standards.
With the introduction of Plus Radio loggers, the scope and functionality of the Tinytag Radio Data Logging System has never been greater: it is one of the most versatile and easy to use systems of its kind and is ideal for premises with multiple monitoring points.
Data is gathered automatically using wireless communications and viewed from the convenience of the user’s own desk on a PC, across a LAN, or remotely across the internet. Alarm warnings can be sent when the value being monitored goes out of specification.
• Easy to set up and use
• Ideal for larger sites and applications
• Labour saving
• Fast access to data via internal network or the internet
• Allows immediate corrective action
The new rugged and weatherproof Plus Radio loggers are used in outdoor and industrial applications, while Ultra Radio units are designed for discreet indoor monitoring. They can be mixed and matched within a system to offer a comprehensive choice of solutions for integrated monitoring applications.
Site surveys are rarely necessary and specialist installation is not required. The System consists of a receiver connected to a computer, and a number of radio data loggers which selfconfigure to form a robust mesh network. When the loggers are turned on, they find their place in the mesh network automatically and work together to transmit data via the receiver back to the PC.
Plus Radio loggers are also ideal for use in dynamic operations. For example, in distribution centres loggers monitor temperature in refrigerated delivery vehicles, storing data locally while the vehicle is out and then automatically offloading it once returned to the depot and within range of the mesh network.
See the Tinytag Radio System in action The Energy Event at the NEC from 13-14 Sept, Stand E20.
Tel: 01243 813000