Tinytag data loggers accurately and reliably monitor temperature, humidity, single and three phase power usage, CO2 and other environmental parameters across many industries and applications. Tinytags range from compact units for building monitoring to rugged devices for harsh, industrial and outdoor applications. Manufactured in the UK, Tinytags help ensure that conditions can be measured, recorded, analysed and validated.
The Tinytag range includes devices that are ideal for temperature monitoring in manufacturing, process and engineering applications. These loggers have a rugged, waterproof and dustproof design, and if required, accompanying probes are available for measuring extremes of temperature such as product core temperatures, or for comparison of both ambient and process temperatures, as well as in cryogenic areas. Probes are also suitable for monitoring awkward to reach areas such as pipework.
The range includes a thermocouple logger which supports type K, J, T and N thermocouples, providing fast response, versatile monitoring from -270°C to 1370°C. Data loggers with displays can be supplied, and specialist ATEX validated units for recording conditions in intrinsically safe areas are also available.
Data from the loggers is downloaded to a PC via a USB cable and viewed with the easy to use Tinytag Explorer software.
The Tinytag Energy Logger is a safe and non-invasive tool for designed for energy efficiency applications, monitoring single and three phase power usage in entire premises or individual high-consumption equipment. This portable, self-configuring device can be used for spot-checks or for longer term recording. Recorded data may be downloaded to identify times of peak load, to analyse energy profiles, and to identify power hungry or inefficient equipment.
The Energy Logger combines ease of use with accurate, high level performance. Logging can be initiated by the touch of a button, so users do not need a laptop to operate the device on site, and it does not require the exposure of any live wires or terminals. Non-invasive flexible coils are used to monitor the current in each phase of a three phase supply while the voltage information may be obtained via a standard 13A wall socket. The Energy Logger costs £795 +VAT.
For larger or remote sites, or those with many monitoring points, the Tinytag Radio System uses wireless communications to automatically collect data, which is sent via a receiver to a PC for viewing. This provides a cost effective means of monitoring many data points, and also supports remote data access over the internet.
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