We Provide NIST-Traceable Calibration for Regulatory Compliance
CHESTERLAND OH—October 27, 2014
Temperature calibration is necessary for Sensors and Dataloggers in many industries and applications to ensure certified measurements in line with regulatory demands. At CAS DataLoggers we offer in-house temperature calibration service to customers in medical temperature monitoring, life science and laboratory applications. Read more about this value-added service at http://www.dataloggerinc.com/content/news/product_anouncements/786/cas_dataloggers_offers_temperature_calibration_services/.
Save Time with Automatic Data Recording, Transfer and Alarm Generation
CHESTERLAND OH—September 9, 2014
CAS DataLoggers is now offering businesses and organizations the next generation of environmental monitoring–Eltek Gen II Wireless Data Logging Systems. Eltek data loggers are ideal for a wide range of applications such as environmental data collection in museums, schools, wine cellars, and more. Read more about these sophisticated devices on our latest Product Announcement page.
Walkthroughs on Installation, Startup and Troubleshooting
CHESTERLAND OH—June 19, 2014
At CAS DataLoggers we’ve just put up new videos on our popular Accsense temperature monitoring products, the A2-05 Ethernet Temperature Data Logger and A1-02b Wireless Temperature Data Loggers. These new videos demonstrate how to wire sensors to Accsense dataloggers, troubleshooting and more, all on our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/CASDataLoggers.
CAS DataLoggers has just supplied the temperature monitoring datalogger for a large caterer specializing in cooking sous vide food (French for ‘under vacuum’). This increasingly popular style uses thick vacuum-sealed pouches to slow-cook food at below boiling temperatures anywhere from half a day up to 3 days. The chef had heard about people using data loggers for sous vide and gave us a call to get a price quote on a model. Read more on our Food & Agriculture Applications Notes page.
Affordable Data Acquisition Module Enables Greater Flavor Consistency
CHESTERLAND OH—March 28, 2013
CAS DataLoggers recently supplied the temperature profiling solution to a coffee brewer who makes his own product from his home to sell at local shops and through his website’s store. First the beans are emptied into the roaster, and then raised to temperatures up to 204°C (400°F). The brewer wanted to give his roasting process repeatability for quality assurance. His business needed an affordable data acquisition product to get an accurate temperature profile of his process. Check out the particulars on our Data Acquisition Applications Notes page.
Quickly Resolve Most Post-Installation Problems
CHESTERLAND OH—March 7, 2013