About the radio system
The Tinytag Radio System automatically gathers data using wireless communications and is ideal for use in premises with multiple monitoring points. It is easy to set up and use: radio loggers can be moved or added as requirements change. Data can be viewed on a PC, across a LAN, or remotely over the internet.Tinytag Radio System Overview
How the system works
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.
Tinytag Plus Radio loggers are weatherproof devices for use outdoors and in industrial settings. Tinytag Ultra Radio loggers are discreet units designed for indoor monitoring in areas such as offices, museums and galleries. Both types of unit can be mixed and matched within an application.
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- Automatic data collection and viewing
- Easy to set up and use
- Self-configuring and flexible
- Add or move loggers as requirements change
- Local recording ensures data integrity
- Remote user-definable alarm warnings
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A useful read-only tool which provides a visual representation of the status of a Connect system - displaying the data being recorded by the loggers and showing alerts when any are out of contact.
Clear visual representation of data logger status
Customise background with floorplans/images
Visual alarm display
Read only software tool
User Access Control: no access to Connect system configuration/set-up