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 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.
A new study cited in a recent Los Angeles Times Business section article states that as much as half of all the food produced worldwide ends up as waste every year. Conducted by Britain’s Institution of Mechanical Engineers, the study found that as much as 2 billion tons of food is thrown out annually because of poor storage methods, consumers who buy too much, and produce that is deemed not attractive enough to sell. As a data logging distributor, CAS DataLoggers receives calls every day from customers who have already lost valuable inventory, providing businesses across the country with temperature monitoring and alarming loggers. Read more on our Press Releases page.
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.
New Freezer Temperature Pod for Lab Monitoring
CHESTERLAND OH—June 27, 2012
CAS DataLoggers is proud to announce it has recently contracted with New Brunswick Scientific to supply the new TCA-3 LAN-wired Pod which provides their popular laboratory freezer models with the most cost-effective automated temperature monitoring available. Laboratory requirements for monitoring systems are especially demanding in view of their sensitive supplies, so these pods are highly accurate, securely encrypted in line with HIPAA and other privacy laws, and especially user-friendly. Read more on our Press Releases page.
New and Improved Functionality for High-Quality Data Loggers
CHESTERLAND OH—April 16, 2012
CAS DataLoggers and T&D, Japan’s #1 manufacturer of temperature and humidity data loggers, is announcing new and improved functionality for the popular WebStorage service. Changes include really helpful features improving data accessibility and organization–for example, the Graph function has been enhanced with new functionality such as a scrolling readings cursor, Min and Max color-coded arrows, and more. Read the entire article on our T&D product announcements page.
CAS DataLoggers has returned from presenting at the 2012 International Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigerating Exposition on Jan 23rd-25th, the world’s largest HVAC&R marketplace. This year’s show was one of the largest in the convention’s history, with over 1,800 manufacturers and suppliers of the latest HVAC&R systems and products from all over the world. Over 50,000 attendees came to see the latest wireless and wired solutions from T&D products monitoring many parameters including temperature, humidity, voltage and current, among many others. Read the entire article on our General News page.
Fully-Calibrated Temperature Dataloggers Prove Regulatory Compliance
CHESTERLAND OH—January 12, 2012
CAS DataLoggers is proud to announce it will soon be offering in-house temperature calibration service to customers, utilizing its wealth of electrical engineering knowledge and experience to offer a complete datalogging solution to meet the demands of any temperature monitoring application. Read the entire article here.