TH2E - Ethernet thermometer and hygrometer

Varianta: TH2E_EU: EU power supply (Type C)

Product code: TH2E_C_EU
Price ex VAT: 112 €
VAT: 21 %
Price inc VAT: 135.52 €
shortdescription: Power supply unit with european plug included.
zaruka: 5 years
Not available: No


TH2E - Ethernet thermometer and hygrometer

TH2E is a Thermometer and Hygrometer that can calculate a dew point. It can store measured-out values into its internal memory, send the measured-out values to your server, send e-mails when a threshold is exceeded, TH2E remembers extremes and it has an internal WEB server. TH2E is fully configurable via its WEB interface. SNMP and MODBUS TCP are also supported.

This product is electronics only, sensor not included.
Sensor is available as another product in section Temperature and Humidity sensors.

Communication options of Ethernet hygrometer

Communication options and web interface in Google Chrome and iPhone

Communication options and web interface in Google Chrome and iPhone

What can LAN hygrometer do?

Depending on sensor connected to it, TH2E is able to measure temperature, humidity, store the measured-out values into its internal memory (including time of measurement) and calculate dew point. Measured-out values can be viewed via WEB browser. TH2E is capable to communicate via many standardized protocols, which makes it an ideal component for further integration to an existing system.

Many of TCP/IP family protocols are supported. Available are for example: TCP data channel, SNMP and MODBUS TCP protocols, e-mail sending, HTTP GET automatic sending to a remote server. Measured-out values and settings parameters are also available in XML format etc.

All settings can be adjusted via WEB interface. Brief help pops up for all parameters. WEB interface is available in Czech and English.

Parameters of Ethernet hygrometer

TH2E and TME differences

Differences between TH2E and TME.

Sample file with measured-out values in XML format

There is and XML file in TH2E units that always contains most current measured-out data including the preset limits and extreme values. A complete description of all the meanings of the attributes is in the documentation in PDF format, which can be downloaded below.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
<root xmlns="">
	<sns id="1" type="1" status="3" unit="0" val="15.8" w-min="20.0" w-max="30.0" e-min-val=" -9.2" e-max-val=" 16.7" e-min-dte="10/29/2012 12:54:18" e-max-dte="10/20/2012 10:56:05"/>
	<sns id="2" type="2" status="0" unit="3" val="87.0" w-min="" w-max="" e-min-val=" 0.0" e-max-val=" 88.9" e-min-dte="10/31/2012 00:00:00" e-max-dte="10/30/2012 12:56:05"/>
	<sns id="3" type="3" status="0" unit="0" val="14.0" w-min="" w-max="" e-min-val=" -12.2" e-max-val=" 15.3" e-min-dte="5/30/2012 12:54:18" e-max-dte="10/31/2012 10:50:02"/>
	<status frm="1" location="London storage" time="10/31/2012 13:56:05"/>