Whether storing products for use in food processing or storing manufacturing materials such as metals and alloys, warehouses are increasingly utilizing temperaturedataloggers to monitor their products and environments. At CAS DataLoggers we address these questions every day from callers so we’ve summarized the most useful factors to consider when putting together a temperature monitoring system for your business. Read more on our Temperature Data Logger Tutorial page.
Are you looking to move your business-critical data to the cloud? CAS DataLoggers has partnered with T&D to introduce the multifunctional WiFi Temperature Data Logger. These wireless dataloggers automatically send recorded temperature data to T&D’s free cloud service and communicate with your mobile device for truly effective remote monitoring. Read more on our Product Announcement page.
Accsense Systems for Medical Temperature Monitoring and Alarming
CHESTERLAND OH—July 31, 2014
Continual Temperature Monitoring and Alarming for your hospital, clinic or pharmacy for less than $1 per day –isn’t that a low price to pay for peace of mind? Now you can buy our most popular LAN-Wired datalogger along with a single temperature probe and a 3-year complete monitoring subscription for under a dollar a day each year! Read more on our latest Product Announcement page.
Accurate monitoring and alarming is vital for product safety in children’s vaccine storage, blood and tissue storage, and other pharmaceutical needs. We at CAS DataLoggers conducted our own temperature buffer test to see which kind is most effective in fridges and freezers. With this in mind, don’t wait until losing a fridge full of vaccine to find out if you’re using best practices–read our latest Tutorial page to know what every hospital and clinic should know about temperature monitoring!
Product-Tracking Technology Revolutionizes Data Collection
CHESTERLAND OH—May 13, 2014
Radio Frequency Identification (also called RFID, smart tags and smart labels) is a rapidly- emerging data collection trend already seeing widespread use in the Food & Beverage industry to track products and shipments in cold chain management applications. At CAS DataLoggers we provide temperature monitoring and alarming solutions for cold chain applications. To see just 7 long-term benefits RFID data loggers can give YOUR business, check out our new Product Announcement!
NBC News is reporting that over 100 people have gotten sick from food poisoning at a national Food Safety Summit held last month at the Baltimore Convention Center. Don’t let this happen to YOUR business! At CAS DataLoggers we offer several product lines helping food and beverage workers to maintain their cold chain all the way from farm to fork. Read more about how to protect your products on our Product Announcement page.
Send Your Data Directly to Desktop or Mobile Device!
CHESTERLAND OH—April 28, 2014
Japan’s leading datalogger manufacturer TandD has added all-new functions and capabilities to its popular WebStorage Service! Among these improvements, users can now specify the graph range rather than auto-range and increase the number of data points shown in each graph–from 1,500 to 15,000. All this completely FREE of any monthly fee or recurring charge! CAS DataLoggers offers these data collection systems for users in every conceivable industry. Read more on our News Item page.
CAS DataLoggers is pleased to announce that a new version of our Accsense Thermistor Probe Model E1-20 is now available at a reduced list price of $90.00. This improved version of the probe is more accurate, easier to install and even more affordable! Our thermistor probe makes it easy to use a single Wireless A1-08 Temperature Data Logger to monitor up to six (6) temperature points at once. Read more on our new Product Announcement page.
Warning to Clinics–Children Given Defective Vaccines in 2011!
CHESTERLAND OH—April 3, 2014
As reported by Fox 8 News in late March of this year, a pediatric clinic in Ohio experienced a temperature excursion in a vaccine fridge that resulted in the loss of $60,000 worth of vaccine. This incident could have been avoided entirely if a remote monitoring and alarming system had been in place. The Accsense Vaccine Storage Temperature Monitoring Kit costs less than $1000, complete with a NIST-traceable certificate of calibration, all hardware, and a one-year monitoring subscription. Read more on our Product Announcement page.