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Transmitter Uses Web Browser To Display Data

Sporting a bit of web savvy, the iBTHX transmitter lets users monitor and record barometric pressure, temperature, relative humidity, and dew point over an Ethernet network or the Internet via any compatible web browser. An added benefit, this feature does not require the use of special software. The component relies on the company's iServer technology, which serves up active web pages to display real-time readings. Charts of barometric pressure, temperature, humidity, and logged data appear in standard formats that can be employed in a data acquisition program, spreadsheet such as Excel, or a programming language such as Visual Basic. Price starts at $295. OMEGA ENGINEERING INC., Stamford, CT. (203) 359-1660.


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