4G real-time data loggers are about to enter the market

A growing number of regions abandon their 2G networks and join 4G networks instead. The growing Internet of Things also leads to greater requirements from temperature data loggers in the cold supply chain industry. Tzone Digital is a company specialized in research, design, and manufacturing of temperature and humidity monitoring devices. Their latest 4G real-time temperature and humidity data loggers will enter the market in late November after many comprehensive tests. Anna, a spokesperson for Tzone Digital, recently introduced the specifics of this new 4G data logger.

Anna first introduced us to the user advantages of the 4G real-time temperature and humidity data loggers. "Although 4G and even 5G networks are becoming the norm, there are still great differences between regions, which creates challenges for international cold supply chains. For example, European countries mainly use NBIOT frequencies, while Central American countries use CATM1 frequencies, and many Asian countries still use outdated 2G signals," said Anna. "Our new 4G real-time temperature and humidity data logger, the TT18, provides a comprehensive solution for this problem. This device records temperature and humidity data locally and simultaneously transmits real-time data on temperature, humidity, safety, and location via 4G networks. The TT18 is compatible with networks in most countries across the globe, including CATM1, NBIOT, and 2G. This helps alleviate the worries of clients who transport products between regions with different networks. The TT18 automatically switches based on available networks. This is the best way to guarantee safe monitoring solutions across networks."

The compatibility with different networks is an important aspect of the new TT18, but this device is capable of much more. The real-time data loggers also help to monitor the safety of products. "In addition to data on temperature and humidity, the safety of products is an important aspect of international trade. The TT18 effectively monitors and records the location of products and shows if the products have been opened without authorization. Clients can track and trace their products and guarantee integrity throughout the cold supply chain."

"We have tested the TT18 in many different countries. The testing phase is now almost over. The TT18 is expected to enter the market in late November. Temperature data loggers have a wide applicability. Our products are used by clients in the fresh fruit, vegetable, and flower industries. We are more than happy to provide further information and product samples to clients who are interested in 4G real-time data loggers, so that even more companies can experience the convenience of our products."

Tzone Digital was established in 2006. The company is specialized in the research, design, and manufacturing of temperature data recording and monitoring devices. Tzone Digital is one of the leading innovative high-tech companies in China. The company has years of experience with traditional USB and wireless temperature and humidity data loggers. The company has a dedicated research team to carry product research, and the company owns the factories where temperature data recording and monitoring devices are manufactured in accordance with strict standards. Tzone Digital products sell well in a large number of domestic and overseas markets.

For more information:
Tzone Digital Technology Co., Ltd.
E-mail: sales@tzonedigital.com 
Website: www.tzonedigital.com 
Tel.: +86 0755 82840670 

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