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NOVUS is launching an ideal temperature data logger for logistics operations. TagTemp-S, coupled directly to sensitive products, communicates via NFC interface (Near Field Communication) and enables access to recorded data at any time by cell phone. Temperature monitoring and alarms are crucial for ensuring transportation and storage at the ideal standards.
Its compact structure features IP65 splash protection, memory capacity of up to 4000 logs in programmable interval and measurement range from -30°C to +60°C. Registered temperatures can be read without needing to stop recording data. This lets the user make decisions quickly before compromising the quality of products.
Information acquired with the data logger can be viewed in the LogChart-NFC app for ANDROID, available free-of-charge from the Google Play Store. The software also allows for viewing the temperature chart, alarm occurrences and for sharing information via email. Moreover, the information can also be accessed on a computer via an NFC interface with the Nx Software.
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The TagTemp portable data loggers have been developed to monitor temperature sensitive products during transportation and storage, continuously recording the temperature and signaling any changes. It is Available in different models with either external or internal temperature sensor, versatile and designed for various applications.
Comparing to our older RHT transmitters, the new RHT Climate family has technological advances that put it in a completely different level. The relative humidity and temperature sensors are much more accurate and can be used in an even greater temperature range.
The event will take place from April 23rd to 27th in Hannover, Germany. Among the products that the company will show, the LogBox Connect family and the new RHT Climate, a humidity and temperature transmitter. NOVUS will be in Hall 11, stand D19.
In this article, you will be able to better understand the types of temperature transmitters most suitable for each application.