Wireless Monitoring Savings Calculator for Design Engineers Now Available

April 4, 2008

Design engineers considering the pros and cons of switching to wireless monitoring of temperature conditions critical to project success can now make more informed technology decisions with the Wireless Savings Calculator offered by Dickson Company, manufacturers of the Wireless Wizard Temperature Data Logger (http://www.dicksondata.com/product/model_WT100.php).

Chris Sorensen, Dickson VP Sales and Marketing, explains, "Design engineers often need to monitor temperature conditions but nobody wants to spend a lot of time doing so. The benefit of wireless data logging is that you no longer need to spend time retrieving data. Temperature data - both trends and real-time readings-- is automatically displayed on your desktop whenever you want to refer to it. If you add up the hours that would otherwise be spent on collecting and downloading data the time-savings is significant and this translates into a rapid return-on-investment by switching to wireless technology. Just how quickly you will recoup investments varies and the calculator enables you to get a firm idea of just what your real dollar savings over time will be."

Dickson's Wireless Wizard is arguably the first wireless data logger that is truly failsafe. It provides up to 9-day data backup storage with failsafe Dickson Data-Keep(TM). It's easy to set up and will give ongoing feedback on network status with the WIZARD SIGNAL SENSOR(TM) . For more product details see www.dicksondata.com/product/model_WT100.php).

To obtain a calculator please write to mrodriguez@dicksondata.com.

For other product inquiries, please contact Dickson customer service at 800-757-3747, FAX 630-543-0498 or write Dickson, 930 South Westwood Avenue, Addison, IL 60101, USA.

Dickson Company and its web portal www.dicksondata.com offer the world's widest selection of data loggers and chart recorders to monitor temperature, humidity, pressure, or electronic signals. Product inquiries can also be sent to chris@dicksondata.com.

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