Wireless Data Logger records temp/RH/CO2 in real-time.

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Featuring professional-grade NDIR sensor technology, Model RTR-756 enables real-time monitoring of indoor air quality and automatic data collection from remote locations. Self-contained unit simultaneously monitors and records CO2 concentration, temperature, and humidity, making it suitable for use in schools and office buildings, as well as testing ventilation and air conditioning controls. Battery-operated logger self-corrects for altitude, and is backed up so users do not need to plug it in.



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Monitor Indoor Air Quality Along With Temperature & Humidity



New Wireless Data Logger Records Temp/RH/CO2 in Real Time



CHESTERLAND OH— CAS DataLoggers joins with T&D to announce its newest upcoming product release—the RTR-756 Wireless CO2 + Temperature + Humidity Data Logger. This self-contained wireless monitor is a flexible real-time monitoring solution for managing your CO2 levels, temperature and humidity in schools and office buildings, testing energy-saving measures such as ventilation and air conditioning controls, use in plant research studies, and more. Cost-effective given all the parameters it measures, and compatible with T&D’s popular 500 series data loggers, the new logger also includes FREE software. Now you can get all the benefits of T&D products in one logger featuring flexible recording, wireless communication, and battery operation. Shipments are scheduled to start at the end of October.



This new wireless 3-in-1 recorder is a unique product enabling real time monitoring of indoor air quality and automatic data collection from remote locations. The RTR-756 model simultaneously monitors and records in real-time on 3 channels for CO2 concentration, temperature and humidity. The datalogger also self-corrects for altitude and features professional-grade NDIR sensor technology to produce highly accurate measurements. Additionally, the new recorder is battery-operated and backed up so users don’t need to plug it in. No other product can be found on the market today that offers this combination of features and functionality, from any source, at any price.



The new data logger is also compatible with T&D’s versatile 500 Series data collectors, so you can combine different models to create their own distributed datalogging systems. The 500 series automatically downloads all its data, so you don’t even have to go get the data yourself—you can view it all remotely from your office PC.



T&D is Japan’s leading manufacturer of temperature and humidity data logging systems. They offer compact, water-proof temperature loggers for harsh environments; wireless temperature/humidity/voltage data loggers; temperature and humidity loggers with USB or Ethernet interfaces; voltage data loggers, and more. These products are used in applications including transportation and warehousing, food processing and storage, industrial manufacturing and processing, agriculture, and more.



CAS DataLoggers supplements its diverse product lines with value-added services including knowledgeable technical support, custom programming and design, and on-site installations. Trained Applications Analysts with a combined 100 years of electrical engineering experience guide customers through an extensive inventory and find the right device for their specific projects. Additionally, the CAS DataLoggers website at www.dataloggerinc.com has added a Live Support chat feature on its homepage, making it even easier for customers to find the ideal data logger.



For more information on our wide range of wireless and wired dataloggers to fit any application or budget, or to find the ideal solution for your individual needs, contact a CAS Data Logger Applications Specialist at (800) 956-4437 or visit our website at www.DataLoggerInc.com. Contact Information: CAS DataLoggers, Inc. 12628 Chillicothe Road Chesterland, Ohio 44026. (440) 729-2570, (800) 956-4437, sales@dataloggerinc.com

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