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Subject: Recording hygrothermographs and dataloggers

Recording hygrothermographs and dataloggers

From: Jim Urich <jimu>
Date: Thursday, February 22, 2001
Tom Dixon <tom.dixon [at] ngv__vic__gov__au> writes

>I would be grateful to hear from the list regarding positive and
>negative experiences of replacing recording hygrothermographs used
>for simultaneous monitoring of several large gallery spaces on a
>long term and continuous basis with newer technology.

Dataloggers are now available that transmit your data over the
Internet.  You can literally be thousands of miles away and monitor
your displays.  They download their data to your computer
automatically (eliminating manual downloads) and are compatible with
all spreadsheet programs, so you do not need to learn new software.
You can access their information from anywhere in the world,
password protected, that has e-mail access.  The dataloggers are
configurable to your specifications and will provide an e-mail alert
any time your parameters for temperature, humidity, or standing
water have been breached.

Since the Internet Datalogger/TRH works over the Internet, a
hands-on working model can be accessed at:

Jim Urich
Vice President, Sales & Marketing
Pinnacle Technology
619 E. 8th St., Suite D
Lawrence, KS 66044
Fax: 785-749-9214

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Received on Thursday, 22 February, 2001

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