Temperature data logger TR-75nw
humidityUSBwireless

temperature data logger
temperature data logger
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Characteristics

Data type
temperature, humidity
Other characteristics
USB, wireless, 2-channel

Description

Measure and record temperature/humidity with these next generation cloud connectible data loggers. Two types available to meet your networking environment: “wb” for wireless LAN and “nw” for wired LAN. The wireless LAN type, “wb” is also equipped with Bluetooth allowing for direct to smartphone communication. Battery operation provides a full range of placement possibilities. Channels - Temperature 2ch, Thermocouple Sensors ( K, J, T, E, S, R ) Range - -199~1760°C Comm Interfaces - Wired LAN, USB Waterproof Capacity - None Overview The TR-75nw is a temperature logger with two available thermocouple (K, J, T, E, S, R) sensor connections and can measure from -199 to 1760°C. Functional buttons on the device allow you to make settings and start/stop recording. Use the Ethernet connection to auto-upload data to the cloud for anytime anywhere access and get warning notices. Connect to a PC with a USB cable to download recorded data and make setting changes. It is perfect for use in ultra high temperatures such as in a plant furnace or in deep freezers where temperatures reach ultra low levels. Special Features The TR-75nw uses a wired LAN connection to auto-upload recorded data and warning notifications to our free cloud-based “T&D WebStorage Service” or your Windows PC running the "T&D Data Server" software. Use our mobile app “T&D Thermo” to check data from your smartphone or tablet. To make settings from and download data via USB to a PC, use our Windows software “TR-7wb/nw for Windows”. Our Windows software “T&D Graph” makes it easy to view and analyze data from your PC.

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