Tinytag data loggers – essential temperature monitoring
Chichester, UK: Tinytag data loggers provide flexible and easy to use monitoring for cold chain logistics, says the maker. Tinytags measure small changes in temperature, and loggers with external probes are available for hard to reach areas, fridges and freezers. They have an alarm which will activate if conditions fall outside a user-defined range.
The Tinytag Radio System automatically gathers data using wireless communications and is ideal for use in premises with multiple monitoring points. It is easy to set up and use: radio loggers can be moved or added as requirements change. Data can be viewed on a PC, across a LAN, or remotely over the internet
The Tinytag Radio Data Logging System automatically gathers temperature/relative humidity data using wireless communications and suits applications with multiple monitoring points,
The system consists of a receiver connected to a computer, and a number of radio data loggers which self-configure to form a mesh network. The loggers work together to transmit data via the receiver for viewing on a PC, across a LAN, or remotely across the internet.
Plus Radio data loggers are robust and weatherproof and can also be used in dynamic operations: for example, loggers monitor temperature in refrigerated delivery vehicles, storing data locally while the vehicle is out and then automatically offloading it once returned to the depot and within range of the mesh network, the manufacturer says.
Plus Radio loggers can be mixed and matched within a system with Tinytag Ultra Radio loggers which are more suitable for indoor monitoring in areas such as offices.
Standalone temperature data loggers
The Tinytag range also includes small standalone loggers that record data which is downloaded via a USB cable to a PC for analysis.The Tinytag View 2 TV-4020 and Transit 2 temperature loggers are BS EN 12830 compliant to meet the demands of European legislation for frozen and chilled foods storage and transport.
Posted on June 21, 2016
by Edwin Kalischnig