ACSR-3600, Tinytag Ultra Radio Receiver (without Software)Tinytag Ultra Radio data loggers are a range of wireless data loggers products designed for indoor use.
The loggers are used as part of a Tinytag Radio system that forms a robust data network that allows a user to see the conditions within an application from their own desk, across a LAN or the Internet.
Housed in a discreet case, the ACSR-3600 is the receiver for the Tinytag Ultra Radio system.
The receiver also incorporates temperature and relative humidity sensors to make it more versatile.
This receiver is designed to be powered from the mains and has a battery back-up that will keep the receiver working if the power to it fails. If it is not practical to have the receiver plugged into the mains, it can be powered by its batteries.
This receiver forms part of a Tinytag Radio system and cannot be used as a standalone device.
To use this receiver you will require a radio enabled version of the Tinytag Explorer software.
ACSR-3600 receivers without software are mainly supplied as additional receivers to an existing Ultra Radio logger system or as spare units.
Please note: This article is only one component of the Tinytag Radio Logger System.
For proper operation minimum one radio data logger and one Tinytag radio receiver with accompanying software are necessary!
- Radio receiver with temperature and relative humidity monitoring
- Robust data network
- Easy to install
- Alarm e-mails
- 200m typical range (line of sight)
- High accuracy and reading resolution
- Mains powered with battery back-up
- Low battery monitor
- User-replaceable battery
Use to monitor temperature and relative humidity in:
- Art galleries and museums
- Schools and educational establishments
- Office and workplaces
- Light Industry and warehouses
The data recorded by the receiver is stored on the computer running the system by a Windows service (called the radio gateway) and this is then viewed across a LAN or the Internet through the Tinytag Explorer software.
If power to the computer running the system goes down, the receiver will maintain the mesh network until power is restored.
The receiver can be programmed with alarms. Warning e-mails can be sent when the limits entered are exceeded.
Data recorded by the system can be viewed as a graph or as a table of readings.
There are also summary views containing information about the recording run and a daily min/max view.
Reading range: -20°C to +55°C
Response time: 5 mins to 90% FSD (in moving air)
Logger resolution: 0.01°C or better
Sensor type: 10K NTC thermistor (integral)
Reading range: 0 to 95% RH
Accuracy: ±3.0% RH
Reading resolution: 0.04% RH
Response time: 90 seconds to 90% FSD
Stability: better than 1% per year (typical)
Radio frequency: 869.88MHz (EU version, AUS versions upon request )
Radio power: <5mW
Radio range: 200m, typical (line of sight).
Radio licence: no licence required (SRD)
Offline memory capacity: 2 weeks typical, at a 10 minute logging interval
Memory type: non volatile
Logging interval: 2 minutes to 10 days
Alarms: 2 programmable latching alarms (upper and lower) per channel
Alarm delay: 1 second to 10 days
Low battery monitor: software warning
Battery type: Duracell Procell MN1500 LR6 AA 1.5V (supplied)
Battery life: typically 12 months
IP Rating: IP20
Operational Range: -20°C to +55°C
Case Dimensions: 121 x 79 x 24mm³ (L x W x D, excluding antenna)
ACS-0005 Power supply for Ultra Radio dataloggers
SWCD-0080 Tinytag Radio Explorer Software
CAL-9003 Initial temperature & humidity calibration (dual channel)
CAL-9004 Service calibration (dual channel)