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.
CAS DataLoggers Helps You Save Logger Memory and Filespace
CHESTERLAND OH—February 28, 2013
Learn how to save device memory and time spent analyzing!
At CAS DataLoggers our customers often call in to ask us how often they should set their data loggers to sample for their particular monitoring and alarming projects. While this can vary based on your application, we have useful recommendations to help you save device memory and time. Taken from the advice our Applications Specialists give as part of our free tech support, here are some suggestions on how to drill down to the data you need to capture. Read more on our General Tech Articles page.
Oven Temperature Data Logger Keeps Logging in Extreme Heat
CHESTERLAND OH—January 16, 2013
Grant OMK610 Oven Temperature Datalogger
CAS DataLoggers recently provided the heat treatment solution for a supplier of raw materials used in the plastics rotary molding industry. This company offers a comprehensive technical support service to their customer base, and part of this service includes technical advice and assistance to maximize their customers’ production efficiency. Here the supplier required a multi-channel oven temperature data logger with adequate thermal barrier protection for years of operation. Read more on our Quality Assurance Applications Notes page.
CAS DataLoggers recently provided the heat treatment monitoring solution for a manufacturer who needed to monitor their through process. The customer’s large production runs were cured in batches for hours in 3 large ovens run continuously. This data logger would need to connect to Type K thermocouples, and given the ovens’ 800°F (426°C) temperatures, the customer also needed an especially resilient thermal barrier, all without going over budget. Read more on our Quality Assurance Applications Notes page.
6-Channel Oven Temperature Data Logger
CHESTERLAND OH—August 22, 2012
CAS DataLoggers recently provided the oven temperature profiling solution for a food supplier who was process monitoring their potato product, but this first required research to view air and surface temperature distribution inside the factory’s industrial ovens. An economical solution was needed to perform this quality control analysis. Read more on our Quality Assurance Applications Notes page.
Grant OMK610 Oven Logger Kit Forms Complete Solution
CHESTERLAND OH—March 6, 2012
CAS DataLoggers recently supplied the oven datalogging solution for a manufacturer of commercial snow removal equipment which was experiencing periodic problems with the quality of their powder-coated parts. Their manufacturing line was designed to be flexible enough to allow for a mix of snowplows, plow frames, frame brackets and other parts to be processed on the same line. A single conveyor moved the parts through a pre-treatment area, a quick changeover coating booth, and then on through the curing oven and cooling area. However, in some cases, the finished parts appeared dull, and the company was also experiencing a high rate of field failures where the coatings would peel and flake. Read the entire article on our applications note page.
Read on Before You Decide on a Temperature Datalogger!
CHESTERLAND OH—January 19, 2012
Solutions providers regularly speak with customers to address the key question: “Which of your products is best for my oven temperature application?” Whether you are an engineer planning for your next furnace temperature profiling project or a paint shop filling a requisition intended for paint testing as part of quality assurance, the number of available options when choosing your oven datalogger can initially overwhelm you. Read the entire guide on our how-to section.