Thermocouple Data Loggers Cover Extreme Temperature Range

T&D Corporation’s TR-75wf/nw line of data loggers feature a wide temperature range from -199°C to +1760°C and free cloud storage. The line supports six types of thermocouple sensors and comes in two models: TR-75wf for wireless LAN and TR-75nw for an Ethernet / wired LAN connection.


The data loggers connect seamlessly to T&D’s cloud-based WebStorage Service, provided by T&D completely free of charge, where temperature data measured by the thermocouple is automatically uploaded, stored and viewed from PCs and mobile devices anytime from anywhere. This data can be simultaneously collected from multiple data loggers from varying locations, enabling real-time reports to off-site users. T&D’s WebStorage Service will even send warning emails and text messages to cell phones when measurements stray outside of pre-set limits.

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TR-75wf is a wireless LAN temperature logger for Thermocouple sensors (K, J, T, E, S, R) with a temperature range of -199 to 1760° C and a reference price of U.S. $210 each. The device also interfaces with T&D Thermo, a free dedicated app designed for interactive communication, allowing users to logon directly on to the data logger via Wi-Fi from a smartphone or tablet.


TR-75nw is an Ethernet / wired LAN temperature logger for Thermocouple sensors (K, J, T, E, S, R) with a temperature range of -199 to 1760° C and carries a reference price of U.S. $210 each. For more information, visit on T&D.

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