Sensormetrix is Official Distributor for T&D Corporation

Sensormetrix is now an Official Distributor for T&D Corporation, and will be adding T&D products to their portfolio of environmental and remote monitoring solutions.

Sensormetrix is very pleased to announce we'll be adding T&D products to our portfolio of environmental and remote monitoring solutions. With the technical expertise and value for money that Sensormetrix always offer, combined with the innovative and robust products that T&D are renowned for manufacturing, we believe this will be a successful alliance.


T&D are hugely successful in Japan with around a 90% market share in the environmental datalogger sector, success we hope to emulate here in the UK. T&D products are not just high quality and robust but also designed to be aesthetically pleasing. Models are available in both tidy wall mounted versions and very compact, handy portable solutions. All of which are designed for many uses but specialising in Goods/Livestock Transportation, Food Preparation and NHS applications. These products are capable of monitoring; Temperature, Humidity, Voltage, Barometric Pressure, Luminance and UV.

Sensormetrix are looking forward to offering the full range from our website, (www.sensormetrix.co.uk) below are a few of our recommended products.

Wireless RTR -5 Series
The RTR -5 series are a family of ruggedized dataloggers, with IP64 or IP67 options they can be used in the harshest of environments. These devices are ideal for data recording during transportation, warehouse storage and all stages of processing, cooling and freezing of foods, also great for many NHS applications. These self -contained, battery operated wireless devices can offer the only practical way to collect data from locations that are in motion or are physically inaccessible.

RTR -61
The RTR -61 is a handheld thermometer and temperature datalogger which is designed to measure the internal temperature of food items and liquids using a penetration type probe. Just the single press of a button allows the user to record the temperature, time, date, operator and item ID's and a pre -programmed measurement judgment. The RTR -61 has a measurement range of -25 to +235°C and is suitable for both hot and cold readings. Current readings, judgment results and even operator instructions sent from the supervisor are displayed on an easy to read, backlit LCD display. The RTR -61 can store up to 1,800 data readings before downloading to a PC. The penetration probes are available in two different lengths and can be attached either directly to the unit or to a handle with a 3 foot cord.

TR -7W
The TR -7W datalogger provides outstanding functionality in a compact and cost effective package. Totally unique in today's marketplace, these ultra -reliable loggers interface directly to a local area network, through either standard Ethernet or 802.11b (Wi -Fi). This capability allows for direct viewing or downloading of data from anywhere on the network, or via the internet. The TR -7W can even send warnings directly to 5 e -mail addresses.

We look forward to answering any questions you may have on the T&D product range.

For more information view the products or visit the Online -Forum

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