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Wireless Data Logger records CO2, temperature, and humidity.

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December 6, 2012 - Designed for use with RTR-500 Series Wireless Data Collectors in personal, laboratory, and industrial applications, RTR-576 has CO2 range of 0–9.999 ppm, temperature range of 0 to +55°C, and humidity range of 10%–95% RH. Logging capacity is 8,000 data sets, where one data set consists of readings from all 3 channels. Recorded data can be collected via wireless communication and used for data monitoring, warning monitoring, and data management through networks.

TandD US, LLC

P.O. Box 321, Saratoga Springs, NY, 12866, USA

Original Press Release

New Wireless Data Logger for CO2, Temperature & Humidity

Press release date: December 5, 2012

TandD Corporation has released its NEW Wireless Data Logger RTR-576 for use with any of their RTR-500 Series Wireless Data Collectors.

This versatile data logger can be used in a wide range of applications from personal, laboratory and industrial uses.

This instrument has a CO2 range of 0 to 9.999 ppm, a Temperature range of 0 to 55°C and a Humidity range of 10 to 95% RH. These parameters make the RTR-576 ideal for a wide range of applications, including indoor air quality monitoring.

By using the RTR-500 Series Base Unit, the recorded data from the RTR-576 not only can be collected via wireless communication, but can also be used for data monitoring, warning monitoring and data management through networks to construct a data logging system to match the needs and environment of the user.

The RTR-576 has a logging capacity of 8,000 data sets. One data set consists of readings from all three channels.

For additional information on this NEW unit contact:
TandD Corporation
PO Box 321
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 USA
Phone: 518-669-9227
E-mail: inquiries@tandd.com
Web: www.tandd.com

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