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Wiesemann.u.Theis : Temperature logger communicates via Internet



The new W&T Web-Thermograph Relay helps you save money and energy. To prevent excessive energy-consuming cooling for example, it’s not enough to simply measure a current temperature value. This compact box archives and makes long-term values available and graphs trends, so that undesired fluctuations can be more easily recognized. And when your desired upper or lower temperature limit is exceeded, the built-in digital relay output can be switched to turn on a fan for additional cooling or a heater as freeze protection.

The temperature values and the digital relay output are displayed on the start page of the unit in a clearly structured graphic, with no need for any special configuration on your part.

All the common network technologies such as e-mail, SNMP, TCP, UDP, OPC, Syslog etc. can be used to access the data logger.

A new feature is the time-based alarm monitor, so that on weekends for example you can set alarm messages to be sent when limits are exceeded. The Web-Thermograph Relay (Art. #57616) features a 10/100BaseT network connection with PoE power transfer. Alternately the device can be powered by an external 18-24V DC or 13-30V AC connected to a screw terminal.

The Pt100 sensor included with the unit provides for a measuring range of -50°C to 180°C. The list price starts at 348.00 Euro.

Technical data can be found at 
http://www.WuT.de

Complete data sheet, user’s guide and more at http://www.wut.de/57616.

Wiesemann & Theis GmbH, Porschestr. 12, D-42279 Wuppertal
Tel. +49-202/2680-0, Fax +49-202/2680-265


Note: The above text is the public part of the press release obtained from the manufacturer (with minor modifications). EETimes Europe cannot be held responsible for the claims and statements made by the manufacturer. The text is intended as a supplement to the new product presentations in EETimes Europe magazine.


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