Stand-Alone Recording with Battery Backup CHESTERLAND OH—May 31, 2012 CAS DataLoggers recently provided the data logging solution for an environmental organization monitoring an outbreak of algal blooms in a major river. The slime-colored blooms had formed as a rapid increase in the population of aquatic photosynthetic microorganisms (such as phytoplankton or cyanobacteria) to the extent that the water became noticeably discolored. First a research team was formed to ascertain all the factors contributing to the outbreak. Researchers hoped that there was a way of allowing the river’s natural forces to inhibit its algae growth, given that the river was also dammed at frequent intervals by a system of locks and weirs. To this end, they required detailed knowledge of weather conditions on the river’s surface and a highly-accurate temperature stratification profile within the river itself. Read more on our Environmental Applications Notes page.
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CAS DataLoggers Offers Expert Suggestions
CHESTERLAND OH—May 29, 2012
Temperature measurements are among the most common data logging applications found across a broad variety of industries including medical monitoring, cold chain integrity, machine monitoring, and many more. There are 4 main types of temperature sensors that are used with data loggers, and it can seem like a lengthy decision to find the right type. The Applications Specialists at CAS DataLoggers have put together this quick guide to outline each sensor type and help you choose which one is best suited for your specific application. Read more about choosing the right temperature sensor on our Datalogging Tutorials page.