Choose the Pricing Scheme That’s Best for Your Facility!
CHESTERLAND, OH January 22, 2014
CAS DataLoggers is pleased to announce that Accsense users can now renew their Accsense Monitoring Subscriptions online at our Online Store at http://www.dataloggerinc.com/datalogger_store/store/category/monitoring-plans/. Read more on our News Items page.
Accsense Delivers Your Temperature Data in Real Time
CHESTERLAND OH—January 9, 2014
Do you need reliable temperature monitoring for a medical fridge, freezer or incubator? CAS DataLoggers now offers the new Accsense Continual Monitoring Kit including our bestselling A2-05 Ethernet Temperature Data Logger, Compact RTD Probe, a NIST Calibration Certificate, and a 1-year Monitoring Subscription. Your kit also comes complete with our free technical support–and all for under a thousand dollars. Read more on our Press Releases page.
CAS DataLoggers is proud to celebrate the achievements of our customers! Our Accsense monitoring systems have been in use in America’s hospitals since 2006, providing remote monitoring, data logging and alarming to protect everything from critical medications, blood products, children’s vaccines, and lab samples. Check out our Accsense users who have been awarded the Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of ApprovalTM on our News Page:
Is your healthcare organization still using the ‘penny in a cup’ method to monitor temperatures in your medical refrigerators and freezers? The Joint Commission has stated that this practice is now outdated and does not meet its standards—in fact, using this method your vaccines or samples could be spoiling and you may not catch it in time since the ice refreezes. For these critical healthcare monitoring applications CAS DataLoggers offers its Accsense temperature monitoring and alarming systems. Read more on our Press Releases page.
CAS DataLoggers recently provided a clinic’s operating room with a wireless Accsense temperature and humidity monitoring system. Surgical staff frequently complain about it ‘raining’ in their OR, meaning that the humidity has become high enough that condensation starts falling. As a result the surgical staff wanted the room to be reliably maintained near 50% RH. Staff wanted a wireless temperature and humidity monitoring system fully compliant with Joint Commission guidelines. Read more on our Environmental Monitoring Apps Notes page.
CAS DataLoggers has now added a new capability to its Accsense Wireless Monitoring Systems which lets users setup automatic reports to be emailed to them or sent over FTP. In response to the high demand for this feature, now users can receive their temperature data on regular schedules so they never miss a potentially critical change in their products. We’re offering this feature at an inexpensive price—call us to learn more about how Accsense can help protect your products today! Read more on our News Item page.
At CAS DataLoggers we talk every day with callers looking for the right datalogger for their temperature monitoring application. Often people are new to datalogging and aren’t sure which manufacturer or feature to go with. If you’re researching based on functionality, price, or specifications, check out these 10 factors to help you find the right datalogger for your application: Read more on our Product Announcements page.
CAS DataLoggers has added a list of over 20 new countries as call destinations for its Accsense monitoring and alarming data loggers. We’ve extended the international call range to better accommodate new customers from around the world and help safeguard their valuable life science products. To see the list of new countries we’ve added, check out our News page.
Accsense data loggers from CAS DataLoggers are ideal for many different applications including temperature monitoring in the life sciences, cold chain monitoring, and industrial machine monitoring. To help you get up and running with your plug and play system, our Applications Specialists have put together this quick checklist. Read more on our Accsense Technical Articles page.
CAS DataLoggers has recently provided the medical monitoring and alarm system for an in vitro fertilization clinic which needed a wireless setup to monitor and alarm several incubators. Staff need to maintain the incubators at a constant temperature of 37oC (99oF) and a relative humidity of 99%. This complex setup required an automatic system to monitor and alarm temperature, humidity and CO2 in real time to alert staff of unsafe levels and help prevent any losses. Read more on our Environmental Applications Notes page.