Tinytag Connect is a central data management feature for Tinytag Ultra Radio, Plus Radio and LAN data loggers. Users are able to remotely access the data being recorded in their application from the convenience of their own desk.
Multiple monitoring points can be easily accessed by any permitted user on a LAN, or over the internet by setting up VPN access to the computer running the system.
Data from the loggers is automatically collected, stored and managed by the Tinytag Connect Gateway. This data is then presented in the Tinytag Explorer Connect software which is used to configure the loggers and manage the system. A viewing pane presents a global system view to the user.
Information can also be displayed in Desktop Viewer, a read-only tool which provides a visual representation of the system – data being recorded by the loggers, and alerts when any are out of contact – with an option to customise the background with floorplans/images.
Radio and LAN data loggers can be mixed and matched within a system to meet a particular application, site layout and infrastructure requirements Monitoring parameters include temperature, RH, low voltage, current and count inputs; and a there is a choice of indoor or outdoor units. They are highly flexible and very easy to use.
Gemini Data Loggers,
Phone: 01243 813000
Fax: 01243 531948
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