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T&D Updates Its Current Readings Monitor Software

View Recorded Data as Lists and Graphs

T&D has released a new version of its Current Readings Monitor software. Released July 1st, Version 1.29 contains a minor bug fix improving registration. You can download the latest version on T&D’s site at


Version 1.29 Improvements:

Version 1.29 fixes a previous problem where abnormal program termination occurred if the registration information size of the T&D RTR-505, RTR-576, or RTR-601 data loggers exceeded 4096 bytes.

Before downloading, please check compatibility and operating environment specifications, as well as other information that may be included in “Read First”. Compatible Products include the RTR-500NW/AW base units, and the TR-700W Series (discontinued).


Graphing Software:

T&D’s Current Readings Monitor is a software program which enables users to view Current Readings data recorded by data loggers in list and/or graph form. While the software is running, Current Readings data is gathered and the display is refreshed at the set interval.


Compatible OS:

  • Microsoft Windows 10 32/64bit
  • Microsoft Windows 8 32/64bit
  • Microsoft Windows 7 32/64bit
  • Microsoft Windows Vista 32bit (SP1 or later)


Wireless Base Stations Auto-Send Data:

T&D’s RTR-500NW Wired Ethernet Network Base Station auto-transmits data using its built-in LAN Communication. Meanwhile the T&D RTR-500AW Wireless Ethernet Network Base Station features built-in Wireless LAN Communication. The RTR-500NW is for a wired LAN and the RTR-500AW is for a use with a wireless LAN.

Either base unit can be set up to automatically download recorded data from an RTR-500 Series Wireless Data Logger via wireless communication, and then send that data via a network to an e-mail address, FTP folder or T&D’s free WebStorage server. It can also monitor for warnings and send warning reports across a network to specified addresses.

The wireless communication range between a Remote Unit and a Base Unit, if unobstructed and direct, is about 500 feet (150 meters). If you wish to extend the transmission range it is possible to add data loggers as Repeaters to improve communication.


Store Data Online at No Cost!

By using the free T&D WebStorage Service, you can access stored data and receive alarms on your PC or mobile device! Simply connect the data logger to the Internet with a LAN cable, and it automatically (in the LAN environment where DHCP can be used) starts uploading recorded data to the cloud service. This provides you with a remote access solution without the need for any extra work.