Lascar Data Loggers

Monitor and Alarm Food Storage With WiFi Capability

CAS DataLoggers is now offering the new EasyLog WiFi Temperature and Humidity Data Loggers to help protect perishable foods from spoiling in warehouses and inventories across the country this summer. A clear display lists temperature data from -20°C to +60°C (-4°F to +140°F) and instantly triggers alarms using audible alert and visual indications. Operation is quick and easy, and users can quickly access all the data using convenient USB connection. Read more on our Product Announcements page.

CAS DataLoggers Offers Affordable WiFi Monitoring

New Low-Cost WiFi Temperature & Humidity Data Logger
CHESTERLAND OH—July 17, 2012

Lascar WiFi Datalogger

Lascar WiFi Datalogger

CAS DataLoggers has teamed up with Lascar to offer a new wireless temperature and humidity datalogger utilizing WiFi, giving users unmatched convenience at a low price. Across a wide range of industries, customers in cold chain supply, warehousing, and more are using this automated monitoring and alarming solution to stay on top of their critical temperature and humidity data. Learn more details about the WiFi Temperature & Humidity Data Sensor.

CAS DataLoggers Offers Protective Boot for Handheld DataPad

Lascar EL-DataPad Handheld Data Collector

Lascar EL-DataPad Handheld Data Collector

Lascar EL-DataPad Handheld Data Collector and Programmer
CHESTERLAND OH—April 17, 2012

CAS DataLoggers has teamed with Lascar Electronics to offer customers a new accessory for its popular handheld data collector and programmer. The EL-DataPad Protective Boot protects the device from scratches and light knocks, making it even more suited to remote data collection in the field. Read the entire article on our product announcement page.

Monitoring Milk Deliveries in Transit to Supermarkets

Lascar Lite USB Loggers Provide Low-Cost Temperature Monitoring
CHESTERLAND OH—February 21, 2012

CAS DataLoggers recently supplied an economical temperature monitoring solution for one of the largest milk supply companies in the US. During frequent deliveries to far-off receivers such as regional markets and supermarket chains, milk temperature needed to be maintained at a constant 2°-3°C (36°-37°F) throughout the trip–otherwise the product would be returned by receivers as unsafe for sale as a health risk. Read the entire article on our applications note page.

CAS DataLoggers Offers Low-Cost Temperature Monitoring

Lascar EL-USB-1-LCD Temperature Data Logger
CHESTERLAND OH—January 30, 2012

CAS DataLoggers is proud to announce its most affordable solution for convenient yet accurate temperature monitoring—the Lascar EL-USB-1-LCD Temperature Data Logger. This low-cost self-contained USB datalogger provides an inexpensive, easy to use solution for stand-alone temperature data recording. LASCAR data loggers start at less than $100 and are renowned for their reliability in many industries including medical monitoring, food and agriculture, climate control, and residential uses. Check out the entire article on our product announcement page.