Wireless data loggers

Suitable for monitoring temperature and humidity, Wireless Wizard data loggers can be monitored in real-time from a desktop PC or other computer workstation.
By Plant Engineering Staff December 13, 2007

Suitable for monitoring temperature and humidity, Wireless Wizard data loggers can be monitored in real-time from a desktop PC or other computer workstation. If data transmission is blocked, the transmitter stores data for up to nine days and alerts users to re-test and re-establish network conditions. The unit includes real-time alarms of out-of-range conditions and a graphical display. The handheld signal sensor facilitates quick setups and checks the signal strength of loggers’ wireless connections at any point in a facility.

Dickson Co.
www.dicksondata.com