Wireless Sensor TC-LINK-200-OEMr4


Embeddable Wireless Temperature Sensor Node, 1-Channel

The TC-Link-200-OEM is a 1-channel wireless node used for precise measurement of temperature, mV, or resistance. No calibration is needed when used with thermocouples, RTD, or thermistors. The node will apply the appropriate linearization algorithms and CJC on-board based on the sensor type.

The TC-Link-200-OEM’s small form factor, wide input range, and selection of antenna options make this product easy to integrate into many applications.


Sensor Input
  • 1 input channel supporting thermocouples, resistance thermometers (RTDs), and thermistors
  • Onboard temperature calculation using NIST 9th order polynomial
  • Onboard cold-junction compensation
  • Digital filtering for up to 120 dB rejection of 50 and 60 Hz noise
  • High accuracy and low noise
  • Open-circuit (burnout) detection
  • Differential voltage range from +/- 19.5mV to +/- 1.25 V
  • Compatible thermocouples types:
    • J, K, N, R, S, T, E, B
  • Compatible RTDs:
    • PT-10, PT-50, PT-100, PT-200, PT-500, PT1000
  • Compatible thermistors:
    • 44004, 44033, 44005, 44030, 44006, 44031, 44007, 44034, 44008, 44032, YSI-400
  • Report sensor temperature, voltage, or resistance
  • Up to 128 Hz sampling rate
  • Continuous, periodic burst, or event-triggered operation
  • LXRS protocol allows lossless data collection, scalable network size, and node synchronization of ±50 µs
  • Datalogging up to 8 million data points
  • Wireless range up to 1km
  • Duty cycle sensor excitation for low power operation, well-suited for battery powered applications
  • Power with 3.3 to 30 V
  • –40 to +105 °C operating temperature range
  • Humiseal 1B31 Conformal Coating
  • 4 mounting holes sized for 2-56 UNC
  • Optional aluminum base
  • Antenna options include on-board, or U.FL connector

Use Cases

Equipment Condition 
Test and Measurement
Impact and Event 
Small form factor and wide input range make it easy to embed wireless sensing into many applications. Low power requirements enable long-term monitoring under battery power.End-to-end data acquisition system reduces the time and cost of testing. Remotely configure and collect data from a network of nodes in real time using SensorConnect. Easily write your own custom software using the open source MicroStrain Communication LibraryEvent-Driven sampling allows for reporting only the data of interest around a predefined event. User configurable pre- and post-event duration allow you to see the data that led up to the event, and how the data progressed back to normal conditions.


SensorConnect is the next generation in desktop sensing software. From configuration of nodes and starting networks, to collecting and analyzing data in real-time, SensorConnect provides a modern, powerful experience with our Wireless, Inertial, and Displacement products. Using our intelligent data collection and graphing algorithms, you are able to visualize massive amounts of data instantly, and then zoom in on points of interest just as fast. Built in MathEngine functionality allows for both real-time and post- processed math, such as generating FFTs, averages, RMS, etc.  
SensorCloud is a unique sensor data storage, visualization, and remote management platform that leverages powerful Cloud computing technologies to provide excellent data scalability, rapid visualization, and user programmable analysis. LORD sensors can instantly upload their data to SensorCloud via an ethernet-connected WSDA-2000. Once uploaded, your data is securely stored in the Cloud and can be accessed from anywhere, or downloaded for offline use. Configurable alerts can be set to help notify you of real-time event in your data. MathEngine allows you to perform analytics on your data, all in the Cloud. Pre-built functions are available for ease of use, while IPython Notebooks allow advanced users to write custom scripts to be run on their data once, or on a schedule.  
{MSCL} Free and open source API
The MicroStrain Communication Library (MSCL) makes it simple to write code that interacts with our Wireless, Inertial, and Displacement sensors. MSCL is completely open source and hosted on GitHub under the MIT license. Full documentation, example code, and a quick start guide are provided to help you get started. Available for C++, Python, and .NET.

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