As Suggested by New CDC Guidelines for Vaccine Storage
CHESTERLAND OH—March 25, 2013
New interim guidelines from the CDC request that hospitals and pharmacies storing childrens’ vaccines should use a temperature buffer inside their medical storage units to stabilize probe temperature data. Now CAS DataLoggers provides your facility with glycol bottles to buffer your sensors. Our Accsense temperature data loggers send you automated phone alarms to help protect your valuable vaccines from fridge failures and other unforeseen disasters. Read more on our Product Announcements page.
CAS DataLoggers is announcing a new firmware update for the Accsense B1-06 Wireless Data Logger Gateways. The update resolves a prior issue with corrupted wireless connection when inside areas experiencing large amounts of wireless traffic. Now connections are immediately re-established in these events, with all buffered data saved to the Accsense cloud servers. The update is now completed and is being introduced into wireless gateway production shortly. Read more on our General News page.
Quickly Resolve Most Post-Installation Problems
CHESTERLAND OH—March 7, 2013
Accsense real-time monitoring and alarming systems
Accsense wireless data loggers perform continual monitoring and alarming to measure values such as temperature, humidity and more. These systems store your data to a secure server and use sophisticated alarm functionality to send out emails, pages or phone calls whenever these values are exceeded. The Applications Specialists at CAS DataLoggers have put together this chart to help you quickly resolve any post-installations you may encounter. Read more on our Accsense Technical Articles page.
Accsense Automates Your Temperature Monitoring and Alarming
CHESTERLAND OH—February 27, 2013
Automate your Temp Monitoring and Alarming with Accsense!
Recently CAS DataLoggers provided an Accsense temperature alarm and monitoring system to a hospital blood bank looking to replace their old paper chart recorders. To keep their refrigerated blood supply in a usable condition, the lab’s medical storage units needed to maintain internal temperatures carefully, given the perishability of blood components. The lab technician required a datalogging system that could connect with RTD probes for highly accurate temperature readings and which could automatically store all the data for compliance with FDA Title 21 CFR and CAPA regulations. Read more on our Life Science Applications Notes page.
Real-Time Monitoring and Alarming for Healthcare and Life Science
CHESTERLAND OH—February 13, 2013
A2-05 Power over Ethernet Pods
CAS DataLoggers announces a new firmware update for its Accsense A2-05 Ethernet Temperature Data Loggers which is now available on request by remote update. This latest update resolves previous issues which occurred with DHCP setup. In addition to the upgrade, our A2-05 Data Loggers have also been submitted for DHCP compliance testing and passed, meeting the regulatory specifications including the RFC 2131 standard. Accsense A2-05 Ethernet temperature dataloggers are ideal for real-time monitoring and alarming applications in heathcare, research and industry.
Using your Accsense remote monitoring system, it’s easy to access your critical temperature data (along with humidity and other values) remotely from our secure cloud servers. The Applications Specialists at CAS DataLoggers have put together a brief guide to show you how to download and archive your data at any time for data organization and archiving purposes. Acccsense makes it all as simple as a mouse click–check out our new YouTube video detailing how. Read more on our Accsense Technical Articles page.
CAS DataLoggers Accsense gateways (B1-0x) and network pods (A2-0x) are shipped from the factory configured for DHCP. When they are plugged into the network and turned on, they will try to obtain an IP address, DNS, and gateway address from the local DHCP server. If they successfully obtain this information they will then try to contact the Accsense server at Accsense.com. This communication will be initiated by the pod (outgoing only) using HTTPS on port 443. Read more on our Accsense Technical Articles page.
CAS DataLoggers is pleased to announce that we have now moved manufacturing for our Accsense Monitoring and Alarming Systems in-house to offer our customers a wider range of repair services and more frequent firmware updates. This deepens our strong commitment to supplying low-cost wired and wireless fridge and freezer monitoring solutions for your medical, life science, and industrial temperature monitoring applications. Read more on our Press Releases page.
Accsense wireless real-time monitoring systems are commonly used in hospitals, pharmacies and businesses for applications such as fridge and freezer monitoring. Infrequently, facilities have an issue with interference caused by their own equipment such as walkie-talkies, in-hospital communications systems, and cordless phones. With this in mind, CAS DataLoggers has put together this quick checklist to walk you through changing the communication channels on your wireless Accsense system. Read more on our Accsense Technical Articles page.
Producing good seed corn takes much more effort than just planting and harvesting. Agricultural producers need to record and view both time and temperature during their product’s drying cycle. If the seed corn hasn’t been dried enough, it can easily mold and be ruined, but if the product is dried too much, expensive energy is wasted. The Applications Specialists at CAS DataLoggers recommended an Accsense Wireless Temperature Monitoring system which included a Wireless Data Logger Gateway and Wireless Temperature Data Logger Pods for temperature monitoring and alarming. Read more on our Food & Agriculture Applications Notes page.