Use wifi thermometers with studio software


Opening saved files

There are two ways to access your saved files:

You can access the folder on your PC where your files are saved. You just need to open file:msdb. You can also open file:msdb through the Studio software itself using the 'OPEN' icon in the toolbar. Once the file is open, it will bring up two windows, a graph and a general summary of the data.

This handy feature will now allow you to zoom in using your mouse's scroll function and see specific points of interest in your data more clearly. You can easily select and deselect the data you want to display and you can also click directly on any of the graph lines to view more detailed information about that specific logger. While clicking on a specific graph line, you can toggle between max/min temperatures displayed as well as high/low limits for that logger. These features make it easier for you to view your data in a targeted way, so if you want to specifically watch the recorder from your fridge in the warehouse from a certain date and time; it's very easy and quick to do.

When a file: .msdb is saved, it automatically creates the summary data and the chart, so you don't need to save the chart additionally once you've viewed the data. You can access the chart in any saved: .msdb file by simply using the section icons in the top toolbar.

The Data Summary window provides a more general overview of the data, including important information such as when alarms were reached or exceeded, how many times, when the logger started and stopped recording, average temperatures and the max and min temperatures recorded. It also has a handy notes section where you can record any additional information needed, like if there was a power outage at some point, what might explain alarms, etc.


If you prefer to export your recorded data to a different format, you can easily do so through the Studio software. An .msdb file is ideal for viewing at your EHO because it cannot be edited. However, if you want to send specific data to someone who may not have the software or if you are presenting the data to someone, you can export targeted data points to a different format such as Excel or PDF .

Just go to file - save as - choose your file type, then save.

At this point you can also segment your data, for example saving only one sensor's data between particular date ranges rather than all sensors recorded during the month of July. You can do this by clicking on the “Options” tab during the “Save As” process. A window will appear allowing you to manipulate the data you wish to save (uncheck “Export all” first).


You can also merge multiple files together, for example you can show a particular time or day every month for a year. You can also have multiple loggers saved in individual files or multiple months which can be easily merged for faster and easier data viewing.

You can do this by going to: File > Tools > File Merge > Add > choose as many files as you want, then select merge. You will then be prompted to save and name this "new" merged file.


The TD Link application will mirror the information displayed on your Studio software; the app is perfect for push notifications to your loggers/alarms when you're away from your PC or when it's turned off. To connect the app to your Studio software, just follow these quick instructions.

Download the TD Link app to your phone, then find the iOS link feature in the ThermaData® tab of your Studio software. Enter your email and create a new password then press Register. You will now receive an email confirming your registration. You can then log into the app accordingly.

The TD Link app allows you to view your most recent data, however you cannot adjust settings or data, this must be done through the main Studio software on the PC.

In the app, you'll see all the loggers available to you, with those that require action being pushed up and highlighted. When a logger needs attention, you will also receive a push notification letting you know. You can also tap on each logger and view additional data such as set alarm limits, max and min temperatures, date the logger last reported measurement and transmission intervals, and be able to disable notifications for this specific recorder.

Push notifications are a very convenient way to stay informed on the go about your recorders and get information straight to your cell phone.

Advice: the app does not auto-refresh, it will auto-refresh every time the app is opened, otherwise just click the refresh button or swipe down on the screen and let it reload .