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.
Medlog Tracks and Traces Medicines All the Way to the Customer
CHESTERLAND OH—July 30, 2014
Showcasing the use of UHF RFID technology in the pharma cold chain, CAEN RFIDproductshave successfully provided the temperature monitoring solution for Medlog, a subsidiary of pharmaceutical distributor Cooprofar. Medlog considered using UHF RFID temperature loggers for their pharma cold chain to give workers a way to accurately track product temperatures en route to customers. Read more about this streamlined operation in our latest Applications Note.
Cost-Effective Sterilization Complete with Certification and Software
CHESTERLAND OH—May 22, 2014
CAS DataLoggersand MadgeTech are excited to announce the release of the new AVS140 Autoclave Validation Data Logger System, featuring the HiTemp140 and the PR140 temperature and pressure data loggers and professional MadgeTech 4 Secure Software with IQ/OQ/PQ workbook. Read more in our newest Product Announcement.
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!
We’re proud to announce a new WiFi version of our bestselling A2-05 Temperature Data Logger for remote temperature monitoring in hospitals, clinics and pharmacies. The new unit is fully functional and we’ve sent five pods to the field to finalize testing before their upcoming release. The new A2-05 version accommodates the increased market demand for an affordable WiFi temperature data logger and state of the art medical monitoring. Read more on our new Product Announcement page.
Accsense VersaLog Uses 8 Channels for Multi-Point Monitoring
CHESTERLAND OH—April 24, 2014
Recently Accsense VersaLog provided the temperature monitoring solution for an in vitro fertilization clinic. Staff needed to log temperature on three stacked automatic injection CO2 incubators used for culturing patients’ embryos. Since simple monitoring and alarming were the main requirements, the clinic didn’t want to purchase an expensive system with more features than they needed. Read more on our Life Sciences Applications Notes 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.
In our latest white paper, we collected experimental data to examine the behavior of RTD probes in various thermal buffers in refrigerator and freezer medical monitoring applications. Going over the data in detail for each different type of temperature buffer, we came to several conclusions based on their performance. Read more in our new White Paper!