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CAS DataLoggers, T&D announce updated graphing software

CAS DataLoggers, T&D announce updated graphing software

CAS DataLoggers and manufacturer T&D have partnered to jointly announce the release of a new updated beta version of T&D’s new graphing software.

Version 0.94.1 of T&D’s Graph software is the first version of this software to include user documentation in the Help file, so users can find their way around. Download the free version at

This latest version offers several improvements to previous versions of T&D’s Temp/Humidity Graph software, including the new “Open With Search” function. Support for file extensions .rt7/.vt7 has also been added, as well as support for Daylight Saving Time. A problem with printing data lists has also been fixed. Additionally, several functions have been updated including the “Merge Channels” function, the Data List, and the Dew Point Calculator.

In the near future, CAS DataLoggers will start shipping the new version free with all T&D products. Until then, users are encouraged to submit their requests or ideas by using the “Submit Feedback” option in in T&D Graph’s Help menu.

T&D offers compact, waterproof loggers intended for harsh environments. Wireless models are also provided to monitor temperature, humidity, voltage, and other parameters. Temperature and humidity loggers with USB or Ethernet interfaces are also available, along with voltage data loggers, high-accuracy temperature recorders, and micro web servers. These products are used in applications including transportation and warehousing, as well as food processing and storage.

CAS Data Loggers distributes data loggers, paperless recorders, and data acquisition equipment. It can provide on-site installation, wiring and packaging, engineering and design services, and turn-key systems. The firm also offers temperature calibration services.

For more information, call 800-956-4437 or visit the website at

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