Category Archives: Specialty Data Loggers

How to Use Temperature Data Loggers to Simplify Warehouse Storage

Cold Chain Data Loggers

Whether storing products for use in food processing or storing manufacturing materials such as metals and alloys, warehouses are increasingly utilizing temperature dataloggers 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.

New Autoclave Validation Data Logging System

CAS DataLoggers and 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. Call a CAS DataLoggers Applications Specialist at (800) 956-4437 and learn more!

Cost-Effective Sterilization Complete with Certification and Software

CHESTERLAND OH—May 22, 2014

CAS DataLoggers and 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.

7 Ways RFID Loggers Can Protect Your Cold Chain Products

RFID Products for Cold Chain Validation

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!

CAS DataLoggers Offers New Lyophilization Data Logger

For Ultra-Low Temperature Monitoring

LyoTemp Data Logger from MadgeTech

CHESTERLAND OH—May 7, 2014

CAS DataLoggers and MadgeTech have partnered to introduce the NEW LyoTemp Data Logger, designed for use in ultra-low operating temperatures for monitoring processes such as Lyophilization. The LyoTemp temperature data logger offers users a smart, affordable solution for a wide range of applications including the preparation of biological pharmaceuticals, dry ice shipments, and monitoring plasma and red cell freezers. Read more on our new Product Announcement page.

Food Poisoning Incident Shows Need for Temperature Monitoring

Food Temperature Data Loggers

Food Safety Summit Suffers Stomach Virus Outbreak

CHESTERLAND OH—May 2, 2014

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.

Check Your Food Temperatures with the Push of a Button

food_dataloggerCAS DataLoggers and T&D have just announced the latest product for food safety management for steam tables and buffets, caterers, and more—the new T&D Food Core Temperature Data Logger. Equipped with a needle probe, these dataloggers fully comply with HACCP regulations and are now available from CAS DataLoggers to give small businesses a cost-effective way to automate their operation. Read more on our Product Announcements page.

Is Your Oven Burning Up Money?

Oven Temperature Profile Data Logger

Oven Temperature Profile Data Logger

Is your oven producing under- or overcured parts, field failures, and high energy costs which lose your business money every day? CAS DataLoggers has the solution with our Oven Temperature Profiling Data Logger, a high-accuracy oven logger designed specifically for through process and surface coating applications. Read more on how to save costs on our new Product Announcements page.

Wireless Monitoring and Alarming System for IVF Incubators

 

Automated Medical Monitoring System

Automated Medical Monitoring System

CAS DataLoggers has recently provided the medical monitoring and alarm system for an in vitro fertilization clinic which needed a wireless setup to monitor and alarm several incubators. Staff need to maintain the incubators at a constant temperature of 37oC (99oF) and a relative humidity of 99%. This complex setup required an automatic system to monitor and alarm temperature, humidity and CO2 in real time to alert staff of unsafe levels and  help prevent any losses. Read more on our Environmental Applications Notes page.

5 Ways Accsense Alarm Systems Can Protect Your Business

Wireless Automated Monitoring from CAS DataLoggers
CHESTERLAND OH—May 21, 2013

Accsense Cloud-Based Solutions

Accsense Cloud-Based Solutions

At CAS DataLoggers we offer our signature Accsense Wireless Monitoring and Alarm systems for temperature-critical applications in cold chain storage, process monitoring and many other applications. These cloud-based solutions send out email, text message, and phone alarms to multiple designees. Here are 5 ways the Accsense advantage can protect your business from losing inventory, experiencing process delays, or costly machine failures:

Emerging Trends in Data Logging—A Look at RFID Technology

Product-Tracking Technology Revolutionizes Data Collection
CHESTERLAND OH—February 11, 2013

smart_labelsEvery day, CAS DataLoggers offers customers our temperature monitoring and alarming solutions for use in a wide range of industries. With this in mind, let’s take a look at Radio Frequency Identification (also known as RFID, smart labels, or smart tags) and its increasing use in temperature monitoring, asset tracking and even biometrics. We’ll analyze this emerging DAQ trend and how it’s already challenging more conventional products over a wide variety of monitoring applications. Read more on our Data Logging Tutorials page.