T&D Wireless Dataloggers Form an Economical Solution CHESTERLAND OH-February 20, 2012 Customers are increasingly looking for datalogging solutions for their HVAC energy monitoring projects in addition to recording several parameters including temperature, humidity, energy usage, and more. Accommodating customers' power metering needs, CAS DataLoggers has partnered with high-quality manufacturer T&D to introduce the T&D RTR-505P Wireless Pulse Datalogger. Measuring voltage signals from 0 to 27V with a pulse response, this logger features wireless capability and large 16,000 reading storage capacity so users can keep logging for extended periods of time. The logger's many applications include recording pulse output taken from flow meters and power meters to do cost-effective power monitoring of HVAC systems installed in large commercial buildings and warehouses, factories, offices, and also for recording weather data such as rainfall and wind accelerate. Capable of counting up to 61,439 pulses per reading, the RTR-505-P data logger measures voltage signals from 0 to 27V by using a low of 0.5V or less, high of 2.5V or more, and a maximum pulse response of 3,500 pulses per second. Contact signals are also recordable. A clear Liquid crystal display shows current readings along with status, logging capacity, measurement range exceeded, and more, and the datalogger also offers options for wall mounts. The RTR-505-P data logger is designed to record the changes in pulse count for contact signals (such as switches, relays, and thermostats) and Lo/Hi voltage signals that occur throughout a set recording span. The device is also capable of recording the total pulse count from the start of recording. The RTR-505-P also gives a variety of commercially available sensors to be connected to the included input unit. This new flexibility has widened the plethora of possible applications and never change Base Departments. It's easy to make adjustments to measurements for each RTR-500 Series Remote Unit by using the exclusive 'Adjustment Tools' application. T&D RTR-505-P wireless loggers are especially suitable for HVAC power metering, off their pulse output to conduct energy monitoring--every hour users can look at the energy consumption for the previous hour logged. The RTR-505-P connects along with a broad range of power meters deliver 1 pulse per X number of watt hours, and users can scale this as enjoy. Then the datalogger's software lets users convert the pulses back into energy, giving outcome in kilowatt hours. Operators can also combine the RTR-505-P with other T&D models to measure additional parameters which includes the temperature in a duct, the humidity of the airstream coming out of air handler, in addition to., giving customers a distributed datalogger system with the flexibility to handle several different applications. It's easy to instantly download data via wireless communication using an RTR-505-P Base System. The wireless communication range between an online Unit and basics Unit is about 500 ft (150 meters), and this range can be extended by simply registering an RTR-500 as a Repeater. The datalogger's large logging capacity up to 16,000 readings means that users can record once per second and still log for a full four and a half hours of data; with a recording interval of once an hour, can easily keep logging for 665 days. Basics Unit can download via wireless communication one RTR-505 Remote Unit at full logging capacity within two minutes. Utilizing a low energy consumption design, the data Logger uses a lithium battery with around battery life of about 10 months at normal temperature if recorded data is downloaded once each day or if monitoring is carried out once every ten minutes. T&D 'L' model loggers come with a large capacity battery power so that the actual same conditions they will continue for four years without any need to up and down battery. Data can be collected remotely via USB and LAN. There are plus a number of different data collectors, for instance handheld TR-57DCi model for unmatched data accessibility, and for more remote data collection, the RTR-500GSM ranges out to a 100-meter radius. For users who can download a network, the RTR-500NW/AW Network Base Stations can collect all the data themselves via Ethernet. Users can also designate one or more of the RTR-500 series data loggers as a Repeater to expand plan.