Connect to Almost Any Temperature Sensor Using a High Analog Input Count
CHESTERLAND OH—April 22, 2013
All-in-One Test Application Solution from dataTaker
Test walls form a convenient way to perform product verification for testing appliances from ovens to dishwashers to stoves. Some facilities use specialized test walls of various sizes, holding stacks of units undergoing testing/verification. However, due to the need to test multiple units at once, these applications often demand a high analog channel count. Now CAS DataLoggers has the cost-effective solution for these test setups with the Series 3 dataTaker DT85 Data Logger. Read more on our Equipment Monitoring Applications Notes page.
Intelligent Solution from dataTaker Documents Efficiency and Savings
CHESTERLAND OH—April 16, 2013
Series 3 dataTaker DT80
CAS DataLoggers has provided the performance verification solution for an HVAC provider monitoring the efficiency of its solar collector water heating system installed in a nursing home. A 1,000-gallon heating tank heats up the water to 150°F to provide residents with enough hot water all day. This system saves the home considerable energy costs, and the HVAC company wanted a data logging system to show verification of savings to future customers. Read more on our Equipment Monitoring 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.
Cut Down on Errors and Costs with Our dataTaker Systems
CHESTERLAND OH—March 26, 2013
Automate Your Temperature Process Today!
CAS DataLoggers has converted a manufacturer’s manual process monitoring over to automation. This customer’s factory has multiple stationary heat treating ovens. The manufacturer needed to reduce data entry errors and cut wasted time while increasing measurement accuracy and quality in order to provide the most precise reporting to end customers. Read more on our Equipment Monitoring Applications Notes page.
dataTaker Automates Data Collection and Transfer
CHESTERLAND OH—March 5, 2013
CAS DataLoggers recently provided the automated data logging solution for a crude oil refinery which wanted standalone systems for thermocouple measurement in a number of their observation wells. Management stressed that alarming features were important–sudden temperature spikes during crude extraction could cause a rupture, while sudden drops lowered pumping efficiency. Read more on our Oil & Gas Applications Notes page.
A large manufacturing technology company contacted CAS DataLoggers after being asked to develop a method for testing the cure and strength of structural concrete in the field. Reproducing real-life curing conditions in a lab would enable the company to accurately estimate the concrete strength faster than possible under conventional methods. For this application, a monitoring and alarming data logger was needed, and remote data communication and transmission were must-have capabilities. Read more on our Construction Applications Notes page.
The spec sheets for any of the dataTaker DT8X series of loggers do not contain direct accuracy information on temperature measurements by thermocouple. Instead it offers a voltage accuracy based on the full scale of the voltage being measured. The Applications Specialists at CAS DataLoggers have assembled this brief tech article to show you how to use the voltage output to determine thermocouple accuracy using these versatile universal data loggers.
Wireless Data Logger Monitors Residential Temperature and Humidity
CHESTERLAND OH—November 15, 2012
CAS DataLoggers recently supplied a temperature and humidity logger to a homeowner in the Northeast who needed continual monitoring for his summer vacation home. This way the caretaker (a relative) could be alerted whenever the temperature was cold enough to cause burst pipes and other damage. This system would also need to be able to send current data several times a day and send warning emails whenever temperatures became too cold, or humidity too high. CAS DataLoggers provided assistance and value-added services. Read more on our Environmental Monitoring Applications Notes.
To ensure that pet food production meets demanding FDA requirements, manufacturers must continually monitor the temperature of their extruding equipment for quality control purposes. A CAS DataLoggers customer was provided with dataTaker DT80 intelligent data loggers to record the data from multiple plants all from their single, corporate location. Read more on our Food & Agriculture Applications Notes page.
CAS DataLoggers recently supplied a chemical company with a combination gas detection and temperature recording system. For safety reasons, the plant needed a data logger to monitor hydrochloric acid gas (HCL) and chlorine (CH2) levels as well as temperature throughout the plant in 20 separate locations. A highly-accurate standalone solution was necessary to connect to the various sensor types, store it in a large memory, and send the data to an office PC. Read more on our Environmental Monitoring Applications Notes page.