Temperature data logger RTR-502
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temperature data logger
temperature data logger
temperature data logger
temperature data logger
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Our flagship RTR-500 series has a solution for just about everyone. It includes 22 different types of loggers to meet measurement needs and 5 types of wireless base units/data collectors to match your situation. Create the system you need and take advantage of our free of charge cloud based "T&D WebStorage Service". Channels - Temperature 1ch (External) Range - -60 to 155°C Comm Interfaces - Optical, Short Range Wireless Overview The RTR-500 series allows you to mix and match an array of wireless radio communication loggers with various Base Units or Data Collectors to meet your needs. Logged data can be automatically sent via network or mobile communication to be saved in cloud storage or to a specified location. The RTR-502 with its external sensor connection and large selection of compatible sensors provides extra versatility to match your situation. All of the sensors have a measurement range of -60℃ to +155℃ and a waterproof rating of IP64 (splash proof). Special Features RTR-502 loggers have a wireless radio communication range with compatible base units of up to 150m (492ft). Data can be transmitted from a logger to a base unit and then automatically uploaded to cloud storage or saved to a specified location. Data can also be checked on your PC screen or on site with one of our compatible data collectors. The RTR-502 is comparatively quick to follow changes in temperature and can be used with a wide variety of sensors, making it suitable for use in logging product temperature of both liquids and solids. It is also well suited for measuring ambient temperatures inside refrigeration and freezer units.



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