Dataloggers Team With Precision Temperature And Humidity Sensors

With an eye on laboratory, data center, and food storage environments, T&D Corp.’s latest dataloggers feature upgraded, high-precision temperature and humidity sensors. The T&D "S” type model data loggers come with one of the following new sensors: SHA-3151 or SHB-3101. These devices have greatly improved environmental resistance and accuracy when measuring in a high humidity environment, or in an environment that is exposed to corrosive gases and organic solvents.


The T&D sensors are capable of temperature measurements from -25°C to +70°C, with a plus-or-minus one-half of a degree accuracy range, and humidity measurements from zero to 99 percent, with a plus-or-minus two-and-a-half percent accuracy range. They also feature one and two-point adjustment functions to eliminate the need for the user to apply a manual adjustment factor when calibrating data.


Select data logger models with the new sensors incorporate Wi-Fi connectivity for automatic uploading of data to T&D’s exclusive free cloud service, allowing access from any internet enabled device in the world with no monthly fee. The lineup also includes T&D LAN-based loggers that allow access to data via the T&D cloud, PC or by direct communication with mobile devices.


 The upgraded lineup of data loggers includes:


Temperature/humidity data logger – TR-72wf-S / TR-72nw-S (LAN enabled) $319

Temperature/humidity data logger – RTR-507S (Wi-Fi enabled) $319

Illuminance/UV/temperature/humidity data logger – TR-74Ui-S / RTR-574-S (RTR-574-S – Wi-Fi enabled) TR-74Ui-S - $409, RTR-574-S - $469

CO2/temperature/humidity data logger – TR76Ui-S / RTR-576-S (RTR-576-S – Wi-Fi enabled) TR76Ui-S - $619, RTR-576-S - $719


For more information, visit T&D Corp.


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