Manage Your Temperature and Humidity Anytime, Anywhere

New Network Connected Monitoring and Alarming Devices from CAS DataLoggers

CHESTERLAND OH - Available soon from CAS DataLoggers in partnership with T&D, our new network-connected TR-700W Series Temperature and Humidity Data Loggers are equipped with a built-in function that enables Internet connection (for example a LAN network) to save you time by automatically uploading and displaying all your data on the Web. These data loggers are dependable solutions for many of your remote monitoring projects such as temperature and humidity management in distant buildings via the Internet, collecting environmental data in factories and schools using a Wireless LAN, and effective server room maintenance. These devices come delivered an all-in-one package that includes the data logger unit, sensors, cables and software-all at an affordable price.

Using our new monitoring technology, your Internet connection provides you with a low cost way to manage your temperature and humidity data from long distances, with several different models available including networked wireless WiFi versions. After making a few quick settings, you can automatically have Recorded Data and/or Current Readings sent to you periodically via FTP or e-mail without the need for PC. It's also easy to setup warning emails and use an array of other functions over the Internet or LAN network.

You can use the advanced T&D WebStorage Service to get instant online access to your recorded data for monitoring, saving, analyzing, printing, and so on. This service also allows for the simultaneous viewing, sharing and usage of data by multiple parties across distances, providing increased management efficiency. Additionally, the TR-700W Series WebViewer application allows you to view current readings, data graphs, and device settings info in your browser.

For ease of use, the loggers' USB connection also allows for wired LAN and wireless LAN settings to be made directly from your PC. You can also keep track of your data using your mobile device--both the WebViewer and WebStorage Service can be used with mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets, letting you access your data anytime from anywhere.

The new series also offers efficient warning monitoring functions including alarm e-mails sent whenever your preset conditions have been met. Warning report mails can be sent when an upper and/or lower limits have been exceeded, when a sensor error has occurred or to show a recovery from one of the preset warning conditions. You can also connect a warning device to the external contact output terminal to receive notification of a warning by buzzer, siren, or other electromagnetic contactor, along with a warning report mail.

High performance user-friendly graph software is also available to give you greater management and analyzing power of recorded data. T&D Graph can be downloaded free of charge from the manufacturer's website and allows you to read larger numbers of recorded data files into the same graph, merge data, view and save data various ways. This versatile graph tool not only gives direct access to data stored in the WebStorage Service, but you can also specify conditions such as time period to view and analyze specific data. It's also easy to sample and filter data, add memos and write comments directly on the graph, and save data to convenient CSV Format for use with common spreadsheet software. If a server is not available, you can use our 'Current Readings Monitor' application to have recorded data automatically saved.

For more information on our new temperature and humidity dataloggers, more wired and wireless data loggers from T&D measuring additional values, or to find the ideal solution for your application-specific needs, contact a CAS Data Logger Applications Specialist at (800) 956-4437 or visit the website at

Contact Information:

CAS DataLoggers, Inc.

12628 Chillicothe Road

Chesterland, Ohio 44026

(440) 729-2570

(800) 956-4437

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