Ultra Radio loggers monitor temperature, humidity & voltage

  • 26 Nov 2014

Incorporating a low profile, compact design to make them ideal for discreet indoor environmental monitoring, the Ultra Radio loggers can be used in a variety of premises with a medium to large number of monitoring points using wireless communications.

Data is sent via a receiver for direct viewing on a PC across a Local Area Network or remotely across the internet, with the system self-configuring to form a mesh network to allow loggers to be moved or added as requirements change.

The loggers can be used across a variety of premises with a number of monitoring points

In the event of a temporary obstruction, data will re-route and the loggers will record locally to enable a robust recovery solution if communication problems arise, whilst alarm warnings can be sent via email and used to generate text messages.

Ultra Radio loggers are ideal for indoor monitoring in museums and galleries, offices, workplaces, retail facilities and schools, coming supplied with a wall mounting bracket so that they can be positioned securely.

The units include a dual channel temperature and relative humidity logger with internal sensors, including ones suitable for use with a PT100 or a PT1000 probe which are both new to the Tinytag radio range.

New monitors also added to range

Loggers monitoring count inputs and low voltage and current are also new to the Ultra Radio System, making them ideal for use with third party sensors to record properties such as pressure, flow rates and footfall.

The receiver and loggers combined in the Ultra Radio range are compatible with existing Tinytag Radio products and can be used throughout the European Union and Australia.

Gemini Data Loggers,
Scientific House,
Terminus Road,
West Sussex,
United Kingdom,
PO19 8UJ

Phone: 01243 813000
Fax: 01243 531948

Visit Gemini Data Loggers' website

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