Radio Telemetry System for Oven Temp Profiling

Datapaq's RF Radio Telemetry system TM21 is uses the latest radio frequency technology to allow temperature data transmission from the datalogger in real time.

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Datapaq's RF Radio Telemetry system TM21 is uses the latest radio frequency technology to allow temperature data transmission from the datalogger in real time.As the Datapaq system travels through the process (oven, furnace or kiln), temperature data can be viewed, analyzed and reported instantaneously. 

New features of the system include multiple logger operation;automatic transmission frequency optimization and selection from software, eliminating interference problems and guaranteeing signal quality; comprehensive, on-screen, real-time diagnostics reporting signal status for each transmitting logger and receiver; transmission performance optimized for high temperature operation with internal self calibration routines and listen before transmit features; reduced power consumption; and modular configuration. 

Before the datalogger has even left the oven, operators will have the information necessary in real time to make adjustments to insure product quality and reduce scrap. For some batch processes, such information may permit significant reduction in cycle times, thereby increasing productivity and reducing energy costs.  

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