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Teracom Intros IoT Temperature and Humidity Data Loggers
Teracom Ltd. has announced the availability of its TCW210-TH data loggers for remote temperature and humidity monitoring applications. Each TCW210-TH can monitor up to eight temperature and/or temperature-humidity sensors of various brands and types (up to 24 different parameters each). For example, four sensors can connect via MODBUS, while another can simultaneously connect via 1-Wire.
"Our new TCW210-TH data logger device has a very intuitive setup process and is so easy to configure that most customers will never need to open up the manual," said Ognyan Dimitrov, Teracom's CEO, in a prepared statement. "The humidity and temperature records can be monitored on the Web interface of the device. There is no need for special software and conversions—you only need a standard Web browser like Chrome, IE or Firefox."
The device is supported by Android and iOS applications, as well as by Teracom's TC Monitor remote and monitoring software, which provides a free license for up to 10 items. The logger utilizes a circular buffer in Flash memory (up to 70,000 records). When it is full, the latest data overwrites the oldest. In this manner, Flash memory can store a full log all the time.
For security reasons, there is not a command to clear the log. A copy of the full log is always available for download. The TCW210-TH can initiate a connection via HTTP Post to remote dedicated servers. The payload of this post are XML or JSON files. Standard protocols, such as SNMP, MODBUS TCP/IP and HTTP API, are also available for machine-to-machine applications. Additionally, the TCW210-TH supports communication with ThingSpeak servers. Four different parameters (channels) can be processed simultaneously.
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