CAS Dataloggers to Unveil Three-Channel TR-76Ui Logger at 2012 AHR Expo

CAS DataLoggers in collaboration with T&D have announced their participation at the 64th Annual International Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigerating Exposition (AHR) being held at Chicago’s McCormick Place North and South from January 23 to January 25.

The 2012 AHR expo will host more than 1800 suppliers and manufacturers of HVAC&R equipment, services and products representing over 30 countries around the world. The 50,000 attendees will include engineers, contractors, OEMs, facility managers and industry professionals.

T&D will showcase the latest datalogging products aimed at reducing labor costs for customers and eliminating time consuming recording processes required for monitoring humidity, temperature, current and voltage. CAS Dataloggers provides wired and wireless T&D monitoring systems best suited for monitoring cryostats, freezers, ovens, refrigerators and furnaces. The datalogging equipment range from advanced monitoring devices that collect and transmit data from remote locations to provide timely alerts and portable, battery-operated systems designed for troubleshooting intermittently occurring faults. The cost-effective devices provided by CAS Dataloggers provide HVAC&R performance, performance of alternative HVAC systems, facilities monitoring, energy efficiency andspecialized climate control systems.

T&D will unveil the CO2 recorder TR-76Ui logger and showcase the RTR-500 Series data loggers and the wireless log-EZ series at booth #3976 at the 2012 AHR expo. A three-channel datalogger, TR-76Ui is capable of simultaneously measuring humidity and temperature levels while recording the concentration of carbon dioxide (CO2). It can measure up to 5,000 ppm of carbon dioxide and can log up to 8000 data sets. The RTR-500 series dataloggers integrate wireless communication capability and can record several measurement items such as voltage (RTR-505-V), humidity & temperature (RTR-503) and pulse (RTR-505-P) using various measurement devices and sensors. The wireless log-EZ series can be used for cooling and heating management in office buildings and homes and can manage the humidity and temperature in wine production and storage facilities.

Source: http://www.dataloggerinc.com

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