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TandD TR-72NW Ethernet LAN Humidity and Temperature Data Logger and Recor

Ethernet LAN Humidity and Temperature Data Logger with External Sensors

TandD 2-Channel Humidity Data Logging Recorder with Ethernet LAN and Optional USB Communications

Part Number: TR-72NW

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  • Measure and Record Temperature and Humidity Readings Using External Sensor Probes

  • 0°C to 55°C Temperature and 0 to 95% RH Measurement Ranges with ±0.5°C and ±5% RH Accuracy

  • Stores up to 8,000 Readings Between Data Transfers to PC or TandD WebStorage Cloud Service

  • USB or Ethernet LAN Connectivity (Cloud Storage Requires Ethernet and Free Cloud Storage Account)

  • Automatic Transmission of Data (Current or Logged) at Set Interval Using Wired Network and Cloud Storage

Includes Humidity/Temperature Sensor (#THA-3001), T&D PC Software Available as a Download, (2) AA Alkaline Batteries and User Manual.

NOTE: Setup Requires Advanced Understanding of Network Connectivity & Security Settings. Not Compatible with Enterprise Wireless Network Security.

  • Answer:

    Yes, you can access the data from multiple loggers from a single location.  The loggers are designed to be used primarily with the T&D Cloud Service so that is where you would access the data for your loggers.  The software that it comes with does allow you to view your data on your PC however the only way to transfer the data to the PC is via a wired USB connection.  There is no wired or Ethernet transmission of data to the PC.   The exception to this is using a free optional software plug in that allows you to send the data to a folder on your server.  This literally just transfers the raw data into a designated folder on your PC and doesn’t offer any control or setup options for the loggers.  To access these settings you would have to connect each logger via USB and use the desktop software to make these changes.  If you don’t plan to use this product with the T&D Cloud Service we generally recommend looking at other options that are designed to be used primarily with desktop software.  With that said, if you are ok with using the cloud service, this is one of the better if not best options we offer.

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