T&D Corporation is offering a new series of data loggers featuring Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity. The TR4 series Bluetooth data loggers allow for real-time access to important temperature data via the T&D ThermoREC mobile app. This series is designed for a range of industries including HVAC, food and beverage, industrial and medical.
“Our customers need remote access to their data loggers to continually ensure temperature conditions are within an appropriate range and their assets are protected,” said Stephen Knuth, president, TandD US LLC. “With the introduction of our TR4 series lineup, we are bringing mobile data monitoring to their fingertips. It has never been so simple to track data in real-time and to store that data on our free cloud storage platform.”
T&D announced three data loggers in the TR4 series: the TR41, TR42 and TR45. Each of these data loggers uses low-energy Bluetooth technology to communicate directly with the T&D ThermoREC app to auto-collect data and graphs for monitoring. This data can also be simultaneously collected from multiple data loggers and uploaded to T&D’s free cloud-based WebStorage Service. This enables off-site users to have real-time access to the same data as on-site users.
Features of each data logger in the TR4 series include:
•TR41 features an internal sensor for IP-67 rated waterproof and dustproof protection with a temperature range of –40° to 80° C and an accuracy of ± 0.5° C.
•TR42 features an external sensor for quick response with IP-64 rated dustproof and splashproof protection, a temperature range of –60° to 155° C and an accuracy of ± 0.3° C.
•TR45 is both Thermocouple and Pt sensor compatible for wide range measurement. Screw terminals on the back of the data logger make it possible to connect either Thermocouple (types K, J, T, S, R) or Pt sensors. The temperature range of Thermocouple sensor types is –199° to 1760° C. Accuracy of Thermocouple sensor types K, J and T is ± (0.5° C + 0.3% of reading). Accuracy of Thermocouple sensor types S and R is ± (1.5° C + 0.3% of reading). The temperature range of the Pt sensor type is –199° to 600° C with an accuracy of ± (0.3° C + 0.3% of reading).
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