The TR-3020 monitors temperatures from -20 to +55°C using a built-in sensor. The logger's design makes it ideal for discreet indoor monitoring in a variety of buildings. This logger is a component part of the Tinytag Radio data logging system, which automatically sends data from multiple loggers via a receiver for viewing on a PC.
This logger is part of a system that requires a receiver and Tinytag Explorer software (ACSR-3030-PK)
The Radio System uses wireless communications to automatically gather data from multiple loggers: there is no need for manual downloading. The system is ideal for applications with a large number of logging points. Data is sent to a PC running a Windows Gateway service to manage the data. Data can be viewed directly, across a Local Area Network, or remotely across the internet.
The system is very flexible, self-configuring to form a robust mesh network. The loggers communicate with each other and find the optimum path back to the receiver, re-routing data in the event of a temporary obstruction and also recording locally if communications problems occur. Loggers may be moved or added as requirements change. Alarm warnings can be sent via email, which in turn can be used to generate text messages, enabling corrective action to be initiated
•Automatic data collection and viewing
•Easy to set up and use
•Self-configuring and flexible
•Add or move loggers as requirements change
•Local recording ensures data integrity
•Remote user-definable alarm warnings