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Brainchild Paperless Chart Recorders are CMRT Products

View Real-Time Data on Hi-Res Display!

CHESTERLAND, OH—February 11, 2016

At CAS DataLoggers we occasionally have callers requesting CMRT (Conflict Minerals Reporting Template) data logger products. We offer Brainchild paperless chart recorders which feature real-time process display and remote monitoring of temperature and other values. Read about these products on our News page.

Access Realtime Data with Paperless Chart Recorders!

Remotely View Data over Ethernet or Serial Communication

CHESTERLAND, OH—September 9, 2015

If you need to monitor a process for temperature or another value, an ideal way is to use a paperless chart recorder to remotely view real time data. The new PR Family of Brainchild Paperless Chart Recorders are available for users who need a reliable, low-cost and easy to use solution. Read more about these innovative products on our new Press Release page!

7 Quick Ways Businesses Cut Costs Using Data Loggers

Monitor and Record Your Products and Process

CHESTERLAND OH—June 16, 2015

Every day businesses are able to cut their operating costs and increase productivity by using temperature data loggers to alert workers when food & beverage products are at risk. In our latest page we show you seven quick ways businesses are using these devices to save money and time. Here’s how:

Stop Hunting for Paper Records—Go Paperless with Brainchild!

Brainchild PR-10 Paperless Chart Recorders

CHESTERLAND OH—December 18, 2014

For remote temperature monitoring in industrial processes, laboratory experiments and hospitals. CAS DataLoggers and Brainchild offer the next-generation Brainchild PR-10 Paperless Chart Recorder. This low-cost paperless chart recorder features a built-in high-resolution 4.3″ touchscreen display, 6 channels, plug & play I/O cards, and internal Flash memory storage. Read more on our latest Product Announcement page.

Save Your Lab Time and Money by Going Paperless!

Brainchild 6-Channel Paperless Chart Recorder
CHESTERLAND OH—January 14, 2014

It’s getting harder for laboratories and research facilities using paper chart recorders to find replacement parts and service. Printing all the data on hardcopy takes time and is a hassle to organize and archive. CAS DataLoggers helps you go paperless with the Brainchild 6-Channel Paperless Chart Recorder, an economical replacement for monitoring temperature and other values. With Brainchild data loggers you can monitor, alarm and evaluate your process with just a glance. Read more on our Product Announcement page.

Go Paperless and View Your Plant’s Process at a Glance

Brainchild Paperless Chart Recorders

Brainchild Paperless Chart Recorders

Manufacturing plants depend on obsolete paper chart recorders to track their machine and equipment temperatures, but printing all this data on hardcopy takes too much time. Now you can just call CAS DataLoggers and check out our bestselling Brainchild Paperless Chart Recorders as an economical replacement. These dataloggers feature an LCD display to bring your data to life and streamline process data and archiving. Monitor, record and evaluate your process with just a glance! Read more on our New Product Announcements page.

A Research Lab Goes Paperless

digital_chart_recorderCAS DataLoggers has provided the paperless chart recording device for a medical research laboratory undertaking a set of experiments requiring real-time temperature monitoring and alarming. For years staff relied on outdated paper chart recorders but now they wanted to make the switch to digital and avoid wasting time hunting for hardcopy. However, several of the systems they considered earlier were outside their budget. Read more on our Research Applications Notes page.

7 Reasons to Replace Your Paper Chart Recorder with a Data Logger

CAS DataLoggers Helps You Go Paperless with Electronic Documentation
CHESTERLAND OH—March 26, 2013

Data Loggers for Every Industry

Data Loggers for Every Industry

As paper chart recorders rapidly become obsolete, many laboratories and healthcare institutions are using data loggers to record and store their data. When you go paperless, all the data is accessible at any time from your office PC, which is especially helpful during an audit! Now CAS DataLoggers has 7 reasons for you to use a temperature data logger to go paperless. Read more on our new Product Announcements page.

Paperless Chart Recorder for University Educators and Researchers

Brainchild 18-Channel Recorder with Built-In LCD Display

BrainChild Paperless Chart Recorder

BrainChild Paperless Chart Recorder

Educators and students working in laboratories and classrooms in universities across the country often make do with using older paper chart recorder technology to record their live data onto hard copy. However, this makes it difficult to search through the information and organize it all. CAS DataLoggers together with high-quality manufacturer Brainchild has the solution with the VR-18 Paperless Chart Recorder, a high resolution (true VGA, 640×480 pixels) 18-channel data logger featuring an infrared detector, plug & play I/O card, high flexibility, and user-friendly operation, all in a compact size. Read more on our Product Announcements page.

CAS DataLoggers Introduces Labor-Saving Paperless Chart Recorder

6-channel Solution for Real Time Process Monitoring
CHESTERLAND OH—March 26, 2012

BrainChild VR-06 Paperless Chart RecorderMany companies continue to rely on outdated paper chart recorders for monitoring temperature and other values in their machines and equipment, but finding all this information on hard copy is time-consuming and also difficult to organize and archive. Increasingly, businesses need new solutions which can visualize their data on a display so that users can instantly check it in real time and respond with just a glance. Now CAS DataLoggers has the solution with the Brainchild 6-Channel Paperless Chart Recorder, an economical replacement for old paper chart technology to enable instant visualization of the data and also streamline process data and archiving. Read the entire article on our product announcement page.