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Gemini Data Loggers (Tinytag)
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Tinytag data loggers monitor a range of environmental parameters across many applications and industries worldwide.
Tinytag data loggers monitor a range of environmental parameters across many applications and industries worldwide.

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Remember, you can now easily return Tinytags for #calibration, repair or battery replacement using our step by step online form goo.gl/cWKrkh
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As well as large scale #temperature and #relativehumidity monitoring, Tinytags are ideal for #microclimate research: read our University of Liverpool case study goo.gl/qdfbtB
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Just signed up to visit Meteorological Technology World Expo 9-11 Oct in Amsterdam – a great platform to showcase data loggers for meteorological research
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Here's an interesting read… Tinytags are used by our customer, specialist divers Tritonia Scientific, in #oceanresearch to monitor #seatemperature in underwater research goo.gl/sqxVkW
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Find out how our customer, one of Yorkshire's premier poultry suppliers, is using Tinytag Plus 2 data loggers for #temperaturecontrol in poultry processing and cold storage goo.gl/aEzwWN
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If you are responsible for temperature monitoring in the food processing industry, Tinytag Splash, Plus & View 2 data loggers are ideal – read our customer York House Meat Products case study and find out more goo.gl/YeEUVW
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If you have an application needing #temperaturemonitoring up to 105°C in wet conditions, the Tinytag Splash 2 data logger is an ideal solution goo.gl/MMAUQT
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Find out how verifying critical temperatures in an #industriallaundry is easy with Tinytags goo.gl/t1MJNe
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Howzat! Tinytags monitor temperature and RH at Marylebone Cricket Club Museum, the Home of Cricket, to help with #preventiveconservation of historic items goo.gl/QvH7ya
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