The OMEGA® iTHX-SD transmitter lets you monitor and record Temperature, Relative Humidity and Dew Point over GSM Cellphone/PDA SMS alert, Email alert, an Ethernet network LAN or the Internet with no special software except a Web browser. iTHX-SD transmitter displays real time readings, display charts of temperature and humidity, or log data in standard data formats for use in a spreadsheet or data acquisition program such as Excel or Visual Basic. The OMEGA® iTHX-SD is great for monitoring temperature + humidity in applications such as: clean rooms, computer rooms, HVAC systems, pharmaceutical and food processing and storage, hospitals, laboratories, semiconductor fabs, electronic assembly, warehousing, museums, manufacturing, greenhouses, farm animal shelters, and many more.

Temperature + Humidity MonitoringThe iTHX-SD model comes complete with a removable 2 GB SD Flash Memory card that can store up to seven years of readings taken at ten second intervals. The data is recorded on widely available SD (Secure Digital) flash cards. The format is a simple “.txt” text file that is easily imported to spread sheets and other programs. It can be read on a PC or MAC with a USB card reader. You can also download the data remotely over an Ethernet network or the Internet.

The OMEGA® iTHX-SD features two 1.5 Amp relays. With the easy Web-based setup page, the two relays can be programmed for any combination of temperature or humidity, and high or low set points. The relays can also be programmed to remain latched and require a manual reset if a limit is exceeded.

The OMEGA® iTHX-SD comes with a universal 100 to 240 Vac adapter. A standard 9 Volt Alkaline battery (also included) allows the device to log data for up to 2 days without external ac power. A failure on the Ethernet network will not interrupt data recording.

All OMEGA® iTHX-SD models that are on a LAN that is connected to the Internet can trigger an alarm that can be sent by email to a user or a distribution list anywhere in the world, including text messages to cell phones and PDA’s. The Web page includes a link to a “Web Cam” or “IP camera” (not included). If you get a message about an alarm condition, you can quickly click on the link to view the actual scene over the Internet.