Chichester, West Sussex, UK: Gemini Data Loggers has launched a new Tinytag Ultra Radio radio logger for indoor monitoring of temperature and humidity.
Tinytag Ultra Radio units are for indoor monitoring temperature and humidity. Loggers can also monitor low voltage and current, and count inputs are also available.
Tinytag temperature data loggers are used throughout the cold chain to help achieve quality standards and compliance with specified regulations including HACCP controls.
“The Tinytag radio data logging system is an ideal solution for premises with multiple monitoring points such as warehouses and cold stores,”the comopany says.
Loggers in the new Ultra Radio range are compatible with other Tinytag Radio products which are designed for use in outdoor/industrial areas, and can be mixed and matched within a single system.
Data is sent via a receiver for direct viewing on a PC, across a Local Area Network, or remotely across the internet. The system self-configures to form a mesh network and is flexible, allowing loggers to be moved or added as requirements change.
Data will re-route in the event of a temporary obstruction and the loggers also record the data locally, enabling recovery if communications problems occur. Alarm warnings can be sent via email, which in turn can be used to generate text messages, enabling corrective action to be initiated.
Radio loggers are also suitable for use in refrigerated vehicles, recording temperature data locally while the vehicle is out, then automatically offloading data for analysis upon return to the depot when in range of the receiver.
Radio system bundles, comprising three loggers, plus receiver and software, start from £1000 +VAT.
Gemini Data Loggers has been manufacturing the Tinytag range of data loggers in the UK since 1984, and trades globally through 40 distributors. As well as the Radio System, stand-alone loggers are available from £50 +VAT, which record environmental data that is downloaded to a PC for analysis.
A video about the Radio System is available on Gemini’s website, giving a brief overview of how the system works.