WiFi Temperature Monitoring
WiFi temperature monitoring is used for all types of applications including refrigerator & freezer monitoring, oven temperature profiling, environmental monitoring, vaccine monitoring, and temperature monitoring.
Data Access Anywhere
Recorded data can automatically be uploaded via wireless to the free cloud service “T&D WebStorage Service” where you can access your data anywhere you have a connection.
With the T&D Thermo mobile app you can make settings changes from and download recorded data directly to your smart device, as well as view graphs and monitor in real time.
Warning alerts via E-mail are available to set recipients to keep your assets protected giving you peace of mind.
Out Of The Box Setup
Start monitoring in minutes with a quick and easy setup with virtually no learning curve.
TandD WiFi monitoring systems are cost-effective data loggers capable of versatile measurements, such as recording temperature, humidity, voltage, pressure and more. All in a simple and reliable system with the ability to access your data on the cloud, anywhere.
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