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Temperature Datalogger Improves Product Quality

Oven Data Logger Kit for High-Accuracy Temperature Profiles

CHESTERLAND OH—November 18, 2014

Many manufacturers are looking at improving their heat treatment process for long-term energy savings and improved product quality. Using the Grant OQ610 Portable Temperature Data Logger, you can obtain a complete temperature profile. Make sure to call CAS DataLoggers today at (800) 956-4437 and learn more!

CAS DataLoggers is Back from Pittcon 2014

View Data and Alarms All From your Mobile Phone!
CHESTERLAND OH—March 11, 2014

CAS DataLoggers and T&D are back from Chicago and Pittcon 2014, the world’s largest annual laboratory science conference and exposition. Our own Anthony Boyer is back from manning the T&D booth and showing visitors the latest monitoring and alarming products. “T&D’s great for automating data capture and sending readings straight to your email inbox.” Read more about these cutting-edge products on our Events page!

CAS DataLoggers Discount on Thermocouple Data Loggers

15% Discount on Specified Dataloggers

15% Discount on Specified Dataloggers

CAS DataLoggers is announcing a big 15% discount from list price on each of a group of slightly used thermocouple loggers. Ideal for thermocouple measurement in medical storage, equipment/process monitoring, and many more applications, these temperature data loggers are now on our Online Store at http://www.dataloggerinc.com/datalogger_store/store/category/sale/. Stop by online and save! Read more about these products on our News Item page.

View Your Temperature & Humidity Data Anytime, Anywhere!

T&D Pushes the Data Directly to Your PC or Mobile Device!

T&D Pushes the Data Directly to Your PC or Mobile Device!

Tired of traveling to collect your data? Now CAS DataLoggers has partnered with quality manufacturer T&D to offer the new Network-Connected Temperature and Humidity Data Loggers for your remote monitoring applications. T&D data loggers automatically send all their data and alarms online to your PC or mobile device. Viewing, storing and archiving all your environmental data has never been this easy! Read more on our Product Announcement page.

Q&A: 10 Factors to Consider When Buying a Temperature Data Logger

Data Loggers for Your Temp Monitoring Application

Data Loggers for Your Temp Monitoring Application

At CAS DataLoggers we talk every day with callers looking for the right datalogger for their temperature monitoring application. Often people are new to datalogging and aren’t sure which manufacturer or feature to go with. If you’re researching based on functionality, price, or specifications, check out these 10 factors to help you find the right datalogger for your application: Read more on our Product Announcements page.

Temperature and Humidity Data Loggers Prove Results

 

Temperature and Humidity Data Loggers

Temperature and Humidity Data Loggers

CAS DataLoggers has recently provided the datalogging business solution to Jim and Mary Kelly of Fur Elise Piano Service, Pawleys Island, SC serving Georgetown and Horry Counties, just south of Myrtle Beach. Fur Elise (www.FurElisePiano.com) provides tuning, repair, and action regulation for all makes and models of pianos. While searching for a temperature and humidity datalogger, Jim heard about CAS DataLoggers online.  He didn’t want a high-cost system, so he requested a portable datalogger that had good accuracy, memory and software for data presentation. Read more on our Environmental Applications Note page.

S.O.S.—Save Our Shipments!

iPlug Plus temperature data loggers

iPlug Plus temperature data loggers

As reported by the Los Angeles Times, as much as half of all the world’s food is thrown out each year. That’s right, as much as 2 billion tons of food is thrown out annually. At CAS DataLoggers we regularly get calls from companies tired of losing their shipments because they weren’t checked often enough on the road. We provide shippers with I-Plug-Plus USB Temperature data loggers from ECCS, which send all the data online and let workers track food temperatures from farm to fork. Read more on our New Product Announcements page.

CAS DataLoggers Helps a Las Vegas Kitchen Go Wireless

Wireless Temperature Monitoring and Alarming Dataloggers

Wireless Temperature Monitoring and Alarming Dataloggers

In April, CAS DataLoggers provided the temperature alarming system for Southern Wine and Spirits of America, Inc., the leading wine and spirits wholesaler in the U.S.A. Southern supplies hotels, restaurants and more–they even keep the party going in Las Vegas. Last year, their Vegas facility’s kitchen had a few fridge and freezer failures, which is always a risk with any storage units. After this, staff called CAS DataLoggers requesting a wireless datalogging system which could also send automatic alert messages to a mobile phone. Read more on our Food & Agriculture Applications Notes page.

CAS DataLoggers Offers New Cold Chain Temperature Recorder

Simple Inexpensive Recording for Transit, Cold Chain and Other Applications
CHESTERLAND OH—January 15, 2013

New Cold Chain Data Logger for Temp Monitoring and Alarming

New Cold Chain Data Logger for Temp Monitoring and Alarming

Increasingly, food processing and shipping companies face greater regulatory pressure to provide their own temperature recording and show proof of quality assurance and best practices. Now CAS DataLoggers and exciting new manufacturer ECCS Cold Chain Solutions are offering businesses the I-Plug-Plus USB Temperature Data Logger, a low cost solution for temperature monitoring and alarm. When you’re done logging, just plug it into a PC, read it, and send the data online—simple! Read more on our Product Announcement page.

How to Configure Your Accsense Datalogger System

CAS DataLoggers Accsense gateways (B1-0x) and network pods (A2-0x) are shipped from the factory configured for DHCP. When they are plugged into the network and turned on, they will try to obtain an IP address, DNS, and gateway address from the local DHCP server. If they successfully obtain this information they will then try to contact the Accsense server at Accsense.com. This communication will be initiated by the pod (outgoing only) using HTTPS on port 443. Read more on our Accsense Technical Articles page.