CAS DataLoggers Gives Your Business Direct Data Transfer
CHESTERLAND OH—May 6, 2013
Temp & Humidity Datalogger
CAS DataLoggers and Lascar introduce the High Accuracy WiFi Temp & Humidity Data Logger for a wide variety of remote monitoring applications. Featuring WiFi capability and integrated display, these temperature and humidity data loggers download data directly to your PC using Wireless connectivity via WiFi. Read more on our Product Announcements page.
Simple Monitoring Setup Aids in Climate Control
CHESTERLAND OH—April 9, 2013
Data Loggers Establish a Temperature and Humidity Profile
CAS Data Loggers recently provided the environmental data logging solution for a small greenhouse currently cultivating several species of herbs for sale. From his own experience, the owner preferred to maintain the crop around 70°F (21°C) and an 80% relative humidity. Rather than having to keep checking thermometers placed around the walls, the owner wanted to use data loggers to record and save enough readings to get a realistic temperature and humidity profile to find these colder and drier zones. Read more on our Environmental Applications Notes page.
Keep Your Data Close with CAS Data Loggers
CHESTERLAND OH—April 8, 2013
Stay connected to your critical data with CAS DataLoggeres!
With new technologies emerging every year, industry and healthcare technicians increasingly expect monitoring and alarm systems to work with their mobile phones so they can quickly respond to any changes in product or process temperature. CAS Data Loggers has many products supporting this remote alarming capability, including dataTaker, Novus, and T&D. Check out 3 dataloggers which let you track your temperatures anytime on our Product Announcements page.
Readouts and Alarms Accessible from a Mobile Device
CHESTERLAND OH—April 3, 2013
Wireless Temp and Humidity Data Logger
CAS Data Loggers recently provided the environmental datalogger system for a northern state collegiate athletic facility. Administration wanted a temperature and humidity monitoring system for use with the building’s wireless LAN network. Read more on our Environmental Applications Notes page.
Networked Monitors Alarm Your Products in Storage and Transit
CHESTERLAND OH—April 1, 2013
New Networked Temp/RH Data Loggers
Manufacturers and shippers are under increasing regulatory pressure such as FDA Title 21 CFR Part 11 to electronically monitor and document their products. Now CAS DataLoggers has teamed with T&D to offer the new Network-Connected Temperature and Humidity Data Loggers, ideal for remote data collection applications. Whether you’re storing sugar prior to processing, preventing mold in perishable food products or protecting manufacturing materials from rust, these remote units monitor storage conditions and automatically send all the data and alarms online. Read more on our new Product Announcements page.
Showcasing T&D Data Loggers with Remote Data Collection
CHESTERLAND OH—March 27, 2013
CAS DataLoggers has just returned from Pittcon 2013, held March 17–21 in Philadelphia, PA. A longtime exhibitor since 2006, this year CAS DataLoggers set up at the T&D booth to show attendees how to cut costs and save time using automated monitoring/alarming and remote data transmission. In light of increasing regulatory pressures such as Title 21 CFR Part 11, you can now have proof of full regulatory compliance. For this year’s show, CAS DataLoggers offered a wide range of data logger products for life science applications. Read more on our Press Releases page.
CAS DataLoggers Helps You Go Paperless with Electronic Documentation
CHESTERLAND OH—March 26, 2013
Data Loggers for Every Industry
As paper chart recorders rapidly become obsolete, many laboratories and healthcare institutions are using data loggers to record and store their data. When you go paperless, all the data is accessible at any time from your office PC, which is especially helpful during an audit! Now CAS DataLoggers has 7 reasons for you to use a temperature data logger to go paperless. Read more on our new 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.
CAS DataLoggers System Monitors Temp & Humidity, Detects Early Leaks
CHESTERLAND OH—March 7, 2013
CAS DataLoggers recently provided the continual monitoring and alarm system for a server storage provider whose customers relied 24/7 on the equipment’s reliability. For example, if a single server rack goes down due to unstable temperature or humidity, this can be disastrous to the data center’s operations. Water leaks posed another serious danger, entering through leaking AC systems, water pipes, and even roofs and floors. Read more on our Environmental Applications Notes page.