Monitoring temperature and humidity with WiFi data logger testo 160 TH
WiFi data logger testo 160 TH is an easy-to-use air logger for monitoring temperature and humidity with an integrated temperature and humidity sensor.
The WiFi data logger testo 160 TH – adaptable and discreet
The small dimensions of the testo 160 TH (64 x 76 x 22 mm) and its simple design enable it to be positioned easily in an exhibition or display cabinet. In conjunction with the optionally available customisable deco-cover (see accessories), the data logger can be adapted to blend in with the surroundings and therefore remains inconspicuous. This means your exhibits will always be the focus.
Perfectly networked: with WiFi data logger testo 160 TH and the Testo Cloud
The Testo Cloud is the core operating element of the testo 160 data logger range. You can use the testo 160 TH to store your measurement data in the Testo Cloud via an available WLAN. Here you can configure your WiFi data loggers, set limit value alarms and analyze your measurement data. You must first register at www.museum.saveris.net to have access to the Testo Cloud.
Areas of application for the WiFi data logger testo 160 TH: museums, archives and storage depots
Measure the temperature and humidity in the display cabinet, exhibition room or storage depot constantly and reliably. The professional WiFi data logger testo 160 TH is optimized for applications relating to the monitoring of ambient conditions in museums, galleries or other exhibition venues. It can be used to reliably protect your sensitive and valuable exhibits against damage.
Further advantages of the WiFi data logger testo 160 TH
The internal data store capacity of the WiFi data logger is 40,000 measuring values, and the housing is protected according to IP20. The standard batteries have a lifetime of 12 months and can be replaced at any time by users. Alternatively, the data logger can also be operated without batteries using a mains unit (please order separately) via the USB interface provided.
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