Data Loggers eliminate wiring constraints.

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Providing temperature and humidity monitoring, Wireless Data Loggers offer method of creating monitoring network from PC and eliminate need for manual data downloading. Software installs in minutes, and alarm notification is sent directly to PC. Wireless connections to USB ports are thoroughly tested.

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First Wireless Data Logger from Dickson For Industrial Processors Unveiled

(Addison, IL, Industrial managers seeking easy-to-use process control tools can now obtain Dickson Wireless Data Loggers for Temperature and Humidity Monitoring for the ultimate flexibility in monitoring technology without any wiring constraints whatsoever. Dickson (, which offers the widest range of data loggers and chart recorders available to industrial processors worldwide, provides the same guarantee of accuracy and reliability that industrial processors have come to expect from all Dickson data loggers and chart recorders.

Top features of the Dickson Wireless Data Loggers for Temperature and Humidity Monitoring (Dickson D250 and D251 data loggers, include:

- Finally, an easy and affordable method of creating a monitoring network from your PC.
- Eliminates need for manual data downloading;
- Thoroughly tested wireless connections to USB ports;
- No costs for wiring installation- and no location constraints;
- Alarm notification sent to your PC.
- Easy-to-use software installed in minutes.

Additional product information can be found at Dickson D250/D251 and other sales inquiries can be directed to Dickson customer service at 630-543-3747, FAX 630-543-0498, or by writing to Dickson, 930 South Westwood Avenue, Addison, IL 60101, USA.

USA-headquartered Dickson Company ( was established in 1923 with the invention of the world's first portable compact temperature recorder, and today offers the widest selection of temperature, humidity and pressure recorders and data loggers available in the world. Dickson products are used by thousands worldwide for a wide range of applications, including food industries, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, process control, medical research, archive preservation, and quality control, among others.

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