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The RFCO2RHTemp2000A is a wireless data logger that measures and records carbon dioxide, humidity and temperature. It’s the all-in-one solution for acquiring a complete environmental profile.
The RFCO2RHTemp2000A comes with a 16 ft. cable connected to the CO2 sensor, making it ideal for placement within enclosed environments. This device features an LCD screen which provides instant access to current readings, minimum, maximum and average statistics. Equipped with user-programmable alarms, the RFCO2RHTemp2000A will alert or notify users via email or text when thresholds are breached, allowing users to take immediate action.
The RFCO2RHTemp2000A is compatible with the latest MadgeTech 4 Software making starting, stopping, and downloading simple and easy. Graphical, tabular, and summary data is provided for analysis and can be viewed as customizable engineering units.
The RFCO2RHTemp2000A is MadgeTech Cloud Services ready, providing users the ability to monitor data remotely on any smartphone, tablet or internet enabled device.
Note: RFC wireless interface required.
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great data logger for the price the only issue we have so far, is that when replacing the battery, the logger needs to be started using the software. This is inconvenient for us as we have deployed these units in our high hygene areas ( we are a food packaging plant) and we need to remove the logger from the floor, take is back to the office, start the logger, then return it to the high hygene floor, resanatize it and then put it back where it belongs. Would be so much simpler if we could just replace the battery while it is on the floor and the unit would automatically restart logging the data.
Overall its a good unit so we are happy with the purchase, just wish there was a better (automated) way to restart logging data upon battery replacement.