Wifi data logger

Allowing access to your data from anywhere in the Globe we bring together the latest in portable technological advancement, Saveris 2, our WiFi data logger system allows temperature and humidity measurements to be recorded by Wifi data loggers and transmitted and saved by wireless LAN to Testo Cloud.

You have access to your data whenever required via the online storage and central operating system, Testo Cloud. Whatever device you may use, smartphones, to tablets and personal computers you can monitor your data on the go and ensure the process of data logging is processing well.

The system offers high levels of data security, ensuring your data is double saved at all times. The plug and play system requires no software installation, all you need is an internet connection, wireless LAN and an everyday web browser.

The inbuilt alarm systems also ensure that there are no limit violations and issues are easily reported via either sms or email options and an extensive choice of probes for a wide range of applications can be used for a multitude of measuring options.

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  • testo 160 IAQ - WiFi data logger with display and integrated sensors for temperature, humidity, CO2 and atmospheric pressure

    Order-Nr. 0572 2014

    If there are a lot of people in a room, the air quality deteriorates. Reliable monitoring is particularly important, because indoor air quality is linked to our well-being. The WiFi data logger testo 160 IAQ is ideal for monitoring indoor air quality in facility management.
    • Ideal for monitoring indoor air quality (IAQ)

    • Blends in perfectly with the surroundings thanks to an optional, customizable deco-cover

    • Simple to install, integrate and operate – particularly user-friendly with air quality displayed in the form of a traffic light system

    • Perfectly networked: data storage in the Testo Cloud, real-time alarm via email or SMS (optional in conjunction with an Advanced licence)

    $953.70 incl. GST
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