Cryogenic Monitoring

How to Configure Your Accsense Datalogger System

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 Takes Over Accsense Manufacturing

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.

7 Steps to Change Communication Channels on Your Wireless Accsense System

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.

Monitoring Freezers and Cryogenic Tanks in a Biobank

Accsense Wired Pods Enable Title 21 CFR Part 11 Compliance
CHESTERLAND OH—March 20, 2012

BiobankCAS DataLoggers recently provided the wired temperature monitoring solution for a biorepository storing a wide range of life science materials including blood and tissue samples, common and experimental drugs, and many other high-value specimens and goods. Every material stored in the repository’s medical refrigerators, freezers and cryogenic tanks required continual temperature monitoring and data archiving to preserve the inventory as well as ensure compliance with the FDA’s Title 21 CFR Part 11 and other regulatory demands. Additionally, management often had to prevent sudden temperature fluctuations caused by staff opening the doors too frequently, so they planned to install wall switches and set up door alarms. Read the entire article on our applications note page.

Monitoring the Storage of Semen for Artificial Fertilization

Accsense Wired A2-05 Ethernet Temperature Dataloggers

CHESTERLAND OH—February 14, 2012

CAS DataLoggers recently provided the temperature monitoring system for a farmer breeding cows via artificial insemination methods to guarantee optimum fertility and herd quality while avoiding the cost of keeping or borrowing a stock bull. To ensure high fertility rates, the farmer kept a supply of bull semen stored at the required temperatures and ready for implantation. Read the entire article on our applications note page.