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USB CONNECTED - WIRELESS BASE STATION
Wireless network base station USB | RTR500B

The RTR500B is specially designed to serve as a Base Unit for our RTR500B Wireless Data Logger Series or a Repeater for extending wireless communication range. It is built with an easy USB connection for high performance operation in on-site use. RTR500B registered as a Base Unit enables to download Recorded Data and Current Readings from Remote Units and then transfer the data by e-mail or FTP to a designated address. The recorded data sent to online service "T&D WebStorage Service" enables to monitor Current Readings and/or Warnings and also enables sharing of data via a PC web browser.

RTR500B is used in various applications such as recording and monitoring temperature and humidity in factories and buildings, in Blood and Pharmaceutical Storage at Hospitals for Temperature and Humidity Management, to manage temperature of Refrigerated and Frozen Goods at Supermarkets and Convenience Stores, management process in the production, storage and sales of foodstuffs and beverages.

NETWORK CONNECTED WIRELESS BASE STATION
Temperature monitoring device WLAN | RTR500BC

The RTR500BC is a network-based station for a wireless LAN connection, designed with Wireless and LAN communication capabilities. The unit can be set up to instantly download stored information from an RTR-500 Series Wireless Data Logger through wireless communication, then send that information through a network to an e-mail address, FTP folder or T&Ds own WebStorage server.

It is also capable of monitoring warnings and sending warning reports across a network to particular addresses. The Base Units can immediately download stored information from a Remote Unit (RTR-500 Series Wireless Data Logger) through wireless communication, and then send that information through a network to wherever location near or far.
The unit is suitable for use in centralized monitoring and management of temperature and humidity in refrigerated cases across supermarkets, or other chain stores.

NETWORK CONNECTED WIRELESS BASE STATION
Temperature monitoring device LAN | RTR500BW

The RTR500BW is a network base station featuring integrated Wireless and LAN communication abilities. This base station can be programmed to automatically download recorded data from RTR-500 range Wireless Data Logger. This data logger is collected through wireless contact and transfers the data using a network to an email ID, FTP folder or T&Ds own WebStorage server.

Additionally, it can also scan for warnings and convey the warning reports over a web to a particular URL. The base unit can automatically download recorded data from a remote unit using wireless contact and then relay the information via web to any location whether it is distant or close by.

The RTR500BW Base segments can perform a chain of operations while they obtain the documented information and/or existing readings from remote units.




About T&D Corporation:
The Japanese T&D Corporation was founded 1986 in Matsumoto. The company name derives from "try and develop" and emphasizes the company's ambition to create innovative products with a high degree of practical usefulness. A milestone was the development of the first temperature data logger in 1994. For the twenty-six years since then, T&D has been at the forefront of creating new data loggers to meet the current customer's demand for unlimited nonstop access to data. Production takes place in a high-tech site in Matsumoto, Japan, and since 2003, T&D Corporation has been exporting its wireless data loggers worldwide. Presently, the company has over 80 distributors worldwide and head offices in both North America and Europe.



For more information, please contact :-

T&D Corporation
European Sales Office
Minoru Ito
Gronauer Str. 1
61194 Niddatal
Germany
Tel.: +49 6034 93 09 70
Fax: +49 3212 68 41 958
Email:
europe.office@tandd.de
Website:
https://tandd.com/

October 2021

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