There are many Tinytag outdoor temperature loggers available, some of which monitor both temperature and RH, so it is important to carefully define your requirements to choose the correct one for your application:
Weatherproof data loggers
Many Tinytags are designed to monitor outdoors, in
a wide range of applications including climate/environmental
monitoring, wildlife habitats, agricultural processes, aquatic
areas and composting sites. The Plus 2 is rugged and waterproof
(rated to IP68). The majority of our IP68 units withstand immersion
to 15m, making them ideal for use in damp or wet environments or to
being left out in the rain, buried in soil etc.
Data loggers for use with a Stevenson Screen
For some less exposed applications, IP54 rated loggers such as
the Ultra 2 can also be
used outdoors, if sheltered from direct water jets by our Stevenson Screen. Similarly if
you need a data logger with
a built-in display, the Tinytag View 2 logger is IP65
rated and can also be used in suitable outdoor locations.
Submersible data loggers
The Tinytag Aquatic
2 is designed specifically for aquatic use. It is waterproof to
500m, making it ideal for monitoring underwater
Larger sites and remote data access
For temperature/RH monitoring in larger-scale outdoor facilities
with many monitoring points, or where remote data access is
required, Tinytag Plus
Radio data loggers are a cost-effective solution. Data is sent
automatically for immediate viewing on a PC, with no need to
manually download data.
Data loggers with probes
For general purpose temperature monitoring, rapidly changing
temperatures, composting sites and hard to reach areas you should
logger with an external thermistor probe.
Choosing a Tinytag temperature/humidity data logger for indoor
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