We are pleased to announce the launch of the new Plus Radio Ethernet Receiver as part of our Tinytag Radio Data Logging System.
A Tinytag radio receiver connects a network of radio data
loggers monitoring environmental conditions in an area and the
computer managing the system. The new Ethernet receiver
plugs directly into a LAN, and allows remote access to data from
any computer connected to the network - removing the need for a
computer in the area where monitoring is taking place. (The
existing Tinytag Radio USB receiver plugs directly into the
computer running the software.)
Tinytag Explorer (radio-enabled), the software running the
System, can be installed on a remote computer - preferably a server
- with the receiver connected to it across the company's LAN. A
company server is typically more reliable as it is usually left on
and has back-ups in place in the event of a power cut.
The new Ethernet receiver is a PoE (Power over the Ethernet)
device, and a plug-in PoE adaptor can be
supplied with the unit. A battery backup is also available in the
event of power loss.
The Tinytag Radio System automatically gathers data using
wireless communications and is one of the most versatile and easy
to use systems of its kind. Direct access to the data is available
from the convenience of the user's own desk, with information
viewed on a PC, across a LAN, or remotely over the internet. Alarm
warnings can be sent via e-mail to alert the user when the value
being monitored goes out of specification.
Watch our Tinytag
Radio System video to find out more.
The Tinytag Radio System is suitable for use throughout the
EU and Australia.