Data Loggers

Tinytag Plus Radio — TGRF-4904

TGRF-4904 Tinytag Plus Radio four input count data logger with input leads
TGRF-4904 Tinytag Plus Radio four input count data logger with input leads

Rugged, industrial/outdoor radio four input count data logger with input leads

Environment:

  • Outdoor
  • Industrial

Measurement:

  • 0 to 32,000n (x4)

Key Features:

  • Radio
  • Connect
  • Waterproof

Product description

This data logger has four inputs, and records 0 to 32,000 counts per interval. The logger is waterproof and suitable for outdoor, industrial and warehousing applications. It can be connected to third party sensors to record properties such as pressure, flow rates and footfall. It sends information via USB or LAN receiver to the computer managing the system.

The unit is supplied with four input leads (CAB-3246). Alternatively you can buy our 2-pin connector plug (ACS-9700) to connect to your own sensor.

Radio data loggers operate using wireless connectivity and require a receiver and a copy of the Tinytag Explorer Connect software to function.

Radio loggers can be mixed and matched with Tinytag Plus LAN Ethernet data loggers within an application to meet particular site layout and infrastructure requirements.

Please note: this product is only for sale in the EU and Australia.

Features

  • Supplied with input leads
  • Robust data network
  • Local recording
  • Easy to install
  • Remote alarm signalling
  • 200m typical range (line of sight)
  • High accuracy and reading resolution
  • User-replaceable battery
  • Low battery monitor

Tinytag Explorer Connect Software

This is an enhanced version of the Tinytag Explorer software. It provides advanced functionality and features. It is used with Ultra Radio, Plus Radio and Plus LAN loggers which send data from multiple monitoring points for remote access by any permitted user on a network. A viewing pane presents a global view of the system where multiple devices can be configured and downloaded simultaneously.
The system is easy to set-up: it consists of a receiver connected to a computer or LAN and a number of radio loggers which self-configure to form a robust mesh network.

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Tinytag Radio System

The system is easy to set-up: it consists of a receiver connected to a computer or LAN and a number of radio loggers which self-configure to form a robust mesh network.

Radio loggers work together to send information to the receiver. They are able to receive, log, store and transmit data. If a logger is out of range and cannot send the data directly to the receiver, it will re-route it via other loggers. If a logger has lost all connections and is unable to find a way of sending the data to the receiver, it stores it locally until communications are restored. Alarm warnings can be sent via email or SMS enabling corrective action to be initiated.

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Help & Support

Technical support information including FAQs, manuals and documentation for this data logger

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Service Calibration

Calibration certificate from

Includes calibration, plus replacement of batteries and seals/desiccant packs (if present)

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