RTR-574 Wireless Dual Channel Thermo Recorder with Humidity, Illumimance and UV
The RTR-574 includes two sensors that simultaneously measure and record Illuminance / UV intensity and temperature / humidity. This Data Logger allows for the measuring and recording of the above items in various places such as facilities where people gather, where important documents and fine arts are being stored or displayed, where food and drink is being stored. The possibilities are endless! Also, cumulative illuminance and the cumulative amount of UV light can be easily viewed even without stopping recording.
*RTR-574 Data Loggers (Remote Units) can be used with the following as a Base Unit: RTR-500AW, RTR500NW, or RTR-500.
* Neither the RTR-574 Unit nor the included Sensor is waterproof.
The RTR-574 uses one AA alkaline battery. If one Unit of full data is downloaded once a day via wireless communication, the estimated battery life will be about four months. (There is no L-type model for RTR-574.)
The buttons on the face of the RTR-574 Unit make it possible to change the LCD display pattern, start and stop recording, make or change recording interval settings, and turn power ON or OFF.
To prevent unexpected errors in button operation, you can use the software supplied with the Base Unit to lock the button operation.
Illuminance Sensor (ISA-3151)
Temperature/Humidity Sensor (THA-3151)
1x AA battery
|Measurement Items||Illuminance||UV Intensity||Temperature||Humidity|
|Number of Channels||1 Channel||1 Channel||1 Channel||1 Channel|
|Unit of Measurement||lx, Klx||mW/cm2||°C, °F||%|
|Display Range of
|0 to 90,000,000 lx.h||0 to 62W/cm2.h||-||-|
|Measuring Accuracy||10 to 100,000 lx: +/-5%
(At 25 °C, 50%RH)
|0.1 to 30mW/cm2: +/-5%
(At 25 °C, 50%RH) (*1)
|Avg. +/-0.3 °C||+/-5% (At 25 °C, 50%RH)|
|LCD Refresh Interval||1 second (At a recording Interval of 1 second)
2 seconds (At a recording interval of 2 seconds or more)
|Recording Intervals||Select from 15 choices:
1, 2, 5, 10, 15, 20 and 30 seconds /1, 2, 5, 10, 15, 20, 30 and 60 minutes
|Storage Capacity||Up to 8,000 readings (One reading is a set of data which includes Illuminance, UV Intensity, Temperature, and Humidity measurements.)|
|Recording Mode||Endless : Upon reaching storage capacity, the oldest data is overwritten and recording continues.
One-time: Upon reaching storage capacity, recording will automatically stop.
* When using RTR-500NW or RTR-500AW as a Base Unit, only ‰ۡÌÝ?Endless‰ۡó? can be selected.
* When using an RTR-500 as a Base Unit, possible to select from either ‰ۡÌÝ?Endless‰ۡó? or ‰ۡÌÝ?One-time".
|LCD Displayed Items (*2)||Recording Status, Amount of Recorded Data, Communication Status, Recording Mode, Battery Life Warning,
Current Readings (Illuminance / UV Intensity / Temperature / Humidity), Cumulative Measurements (Cumulative Illuminance and Cumulative Amount of Ultraviolet Light), Unit of Measurement
|Communication Interface||Short Range Wireless Communication,
USB / RS-232C(Serial) Communication
|Communication Time||When downloading one Remote Unit at full storage capacity:
Wireless Communication = about 4 minutes (*3)
USB Communication = about 45 seconds
|Wireless Specifications||FCC Part15 Section247 / IC RSS-210 (Frequency Range: 902 to 928MHz)|
|Wireless Transmission Range||About 150m(500ft) if direct and unobstructed.|
|Power||AA Alkaline Battery (LR6) x 1|
|Battery Life||About 4 months(*4)|
|Dimensions||H55 x W78 x D18 mm (excluding protrusions) / Antenna Length: 60mm|
(including AA Alkaline Battery / excluding sensors)
|Operating Environment||Temperature: -10 to 60 °C
Humidity: 90%RH or less (no condensation)
|Others||Not waterproof, moistureproof, or dustproof.
In order to download data via wireless communication, it is necessary to purchase a Base Unit:RTR-500, RTR-500AW, RTR-500NW
|(*1) Compared to the value measured by the T&D standard sensor for calibration under our calibration light source.
(*2) Up to four digits are valid for the Current Readings and Cumulative Measurements.
(*3) The same amount of time will be necessary for each added Repeater.
(*4)Battery life varies depending upon the measuring environment, the communication frequency, and the quality of the battery being used.