WiFi-DTP+ Dual Thermistor Probe

  • Supplied with USB cable, wall mounting bracket, Quick Start Guide and two high accuracy thermistor probes (3m long).
  • Dual channel temperature recording through two external thermistor probes (supplied)
  • Thermistor probes measure temperatures from -40°C to +125°C (-40°F to +257°F) (probe dependent)
  • High accuracy sensor typically accurate to ±0.2°C (-15°C to +80°C)
  • Easy sensor set-up using free PC software application (downloadable from the support page)
  • Wirelessly stream and view data on PC or FilesThruTheAir™ Cloud
  • Free FilesThruTheAir™ mobile app for on-the-go monitoring
  • View and analyse multiple sensors, including graphing of historic data
  • Configurable high and low alarms with indicator
  • Sensor memory stores all data even if WiFi is temporarily disconnected
  • Optional calibration check certificate using UKAS traceable reference equipment 
Calibration Certificates
£204.95 + VAT

Product Details

WiFi-DTP+ Dual Channel Thermistor Probe Sensor

The WiFi-DTP+ data logging sensor measures the temperature of the environment in which the two probes are situated. This high accuracy sensor is typically accurate to ±0.2°C (-15°C to +80°C).

The unit is freestanding but can be attached to a wall or surface using the bracket provided. The probes are connected to the sensor via a 160mm Y splitter cable which is provided.

Data is streamed wirelessly to either the FilesThruTheAir™ Cloud or a local PC. It can be placed anywhere within range of the network. If the sensor temporarily loses connectivity with the network, for any reason, it will log readings until the connection is re-established.

The LCD display includes several features including Max and Min readings and indicators for battery state, alarms, WiFi connection and signal strength.

With our free PC software, you can choose to store your sensor data either locally on a single PC or make it universally accessible on the FilesThruTheAir™ Cloud.

You can change the sensor’s settings remotely, without the need to reconnect it to your PC. Setting options include:

  • Assigning names to the sensor and each measuring channel.
  • Selecting the units of measurement.
  • Choosing the sample rate and transmission period.
  • Setting high and low alarm levels for each channel.

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