Gemini Data Loggers, manufacturer of the Tinytag range, has launched a new version of the very popular Transit 2 temperature data logger. The logger is now available in an unobtrusive grey case as an alternative to the existing yellow. The Transit 2 has a slim line design and the grey case option will make it suitable for applications where it needs to be located discreetly, for example in offices/workplaces, schools, museums and galleries.
The Tinytag Transit 2 a very cost-effective monitoring device, measuring temperature from -40 to +70°C using a built-in sensor. It is suited to discreet building temperature monitoring and can also be used also during transportation, being tested to BS EN 12830 for frozen and chilled foods logistics.
Recorded data is downloaded to a PC, where it presented initially in graphs and tables in the Tinytag Explorer Software. It can easily be exported to popular software packages and results from separate logging runs can be combined for comparison and analysis. Alternatively for offloading multiple units, it is very quick and easy to use with the Tinytag ACS-3030 inductive pad: simply place it on the pad to offload data etc.
Transit 2 data loggers, and other loggers in the Tinytag range (which also monitor RH, CO2, voltage, current and count) are used for a variety of energy efficiency applications including monitoring the performance of HVAC systems, the efficiency of building materials (e.g. insulation), the efficiency of equipment such as boilers and refrigerators) and helping to assess before and after performance of replacement lighting and heating systems.
The Transit 2 logger is available with either a grey or yellow case and costs £50 +VAT. A multipack of five Transit 2 temperature loggers is available with either grey or yellow cases, effectively offering five units for the price of four.