Wirelessly Monitor & Data-Log Pressure & Temperature

— Nick Cottier

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Take advantage of remote pressure transducer monitoring using your smartphone or tablet. The TDWLB-DL includes data logging capability to save pressure and temperature data that can be emailed and opened in an excel spread sheet. Download the free app, install the transducer and wirelessly connect - no confusing wiring to figure out.

View our range online here.

Features & Benefits

  • Latest generation 2 technology for reliability and longer battery life
  • Data logging capable with onboard memory - monitor the pressure continuously and come back to it after a period of time to check the readings
  • Download the free app, install the transducer and wirelessly connect - no confusing wiring to figure out
  • Connects to smart phones, tablets, PCs with BLE (Bluetooth® Low Energy)• Certified Bluetooth ® Wireless technology
  • Pressure ranges from Vacuum to 690 bar
  • Long battery life (proprietary technology)
  • 1% Standard accuracy with optional 0.25% Ultra high accuracy
  • Stainless Steel high impact polycarbonate construction
  • Alarm set points• Secure field programmable naming
  • Operating temperatures -10C to 85C
  • Schrader, NPT, SAE and G 1/4 pressure connection

For more information call a sales engineer on 1800 497 732 or drop us an email at hyspecs@hyspecs.com.au.

NOTE: For customers with Gen1 Sensors these are nearing end of life, due to the difficulty in getting materials and the cost to manufacture the batteries.  We currently have stock of the Gen1 batteries but once these are exhausted, you will need to upgrade to a newer generation sensor.

Moving forward, our current Bluetooth pressure transducers are the GEN2 sensor and the TDWLB-LC.  Coming later this year will be our new Bluetooth 5 pressure transducer.  

If you have a GEN1 sensor are looking to upgrade to a newer version of the sensor, where possible you should wait for the release of the Bluetooth 5 version.  From a technology standpoint, that sensor will have a lifespan well beyond that of the GEN2 and the TDWLB-LC.