MicroDAQ.com to Offer Reed Instrument Products

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The innovative SD line of meters from Reed Instruments are now available from MicroDAQ.com

The new Reed Instruments SD-947 4 channel Thermocouple SD recorder

MicroDAQ.com, the largest online provider of Data Loggers and Data Acquisition products in the world, is pleased to announce the addition of select Reed Instruments products to its expanding product line.

The new SD-xxx line of DataLoggers is now available for purchase from the MicroDAQ.com website. This unique line of products allows users to record millions of samples to an industry standard SD card, and import directly to any PC or Mac for analysis.

Models are available for most of the popular measurement types, including Temperature, Temperature and RH, Light, Vibration, Sound and a variety of environmental and Air quality sensors. Each meter is battery powered or for long term deployments can be powered with the optional wall plug adapter.

“Reed Instruments is a company that pushes the envelope at all levels of product development in the test and measurement business and we are excited to join forces with MicroDaq" said Jess Battle, Reed Instruments National Distribution Manager. "As one of the largest resources in the world for high quality data logging and data acquisition products,MicroDAQ.com has fully embraced Reed Instruments SD Series of data logging meters and we are excited about our future growth together.”

About MicroDAQ.com, Ltd. - We are an innovative provider of compact, portable data logging devices and accessories for advanced data acquisition, communications and analysis. Offering thousands of products from over 30 manufacturers through our award-winning online web site; MicroDaq.com.

The wide variety of products offered enables customers the “one stop shopping” opportunity to choose the best solution for their data logging and monitoring needs, ranging across the full spectrum of industry including the transportation, pharmaceutical, HVAC/R, environmental, logistics, educational and scientific communities.


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