Tag Archive: temperature dataloggers

RFID Smart Tags Track Pharma Product Temperatures

CHESTERLAND OH—October 1, 2014

CAS DataLoggers and CAEN RFID now offer our all-new Easy2log© RFID Temperature Data Logger UHF Tags for storing and shipping your pharmaceutical and life science products. Now you can view the total temperature history of your products at every point in the pharmaceutical cold chain. Read more in our latest Press Release!

Find Your Cloud Monitoring Solution at Dataloggerinc.com

Manage and monitor your data over the Internet from any location with our selection of cloud data loggers. You can view our wide variety of cloud dataloggers on our website at http://www.dataloggerinc.com/categories/cloud_data_loggers/151/. These wireless dataloggers automatically send your data from the field. Read more on our newest Product Announcement page.

AIDS Research Lab Receives Lifetime Accsense Temperature Monitoring

CAS DataLoggers has just granted the University of Southern California’s Maternal, Child, and Adolescent Virology Research Laboratory a Lifetime Monitoring Subscription for their Accsense Temperature Monitoring System. Read more about how these advanced temperature monitoring systems help protect the lab’s samples! Read more in our latest Press Release!

Send Your Temperature Data to the Cloud!

Wireless Temperature Monitoring Solutions for HVAC and More

CHESTERLAND OH—September 12, 2014

Need to keep an eye on your product or environmental temperatures no matter where you go? Now CAS DataLoggers introduces the latest in wireless temperature monitoring from Paragon Robotics. These new temperature data loggers are ideal for monitoring HVAC performance and occupant comfort in buildings and facilities, server rooms, and more. Read more on our Product Announcement page.

How to Use Temperature Data Loggers to Simplify Warehouse Storage

Whether storing products for use in food processing or storing manufacturing materials such as metals and alloys, warehouses are increasingly utilizing temperature dataloggers to monitor their products and environments. At CAS DataLoggers we address these questions every day from callers so we’ve summarized the most useful factors to consider when putting together a temperature monitoring system for your business. Read more on our Temperature Data Logger Tutorial page.

CAS DataLoggers Provides USDA with Temperature Monitoring Solution

CHESTERLAND OH—December 17, 2013

Priced for Every Business

Priced for Every Business and Organization

CAS DataLoggers has just provided the temperature monitoring solution for the USDA’S Agricultural Marketing Service supporting American agriculture through programs for food, fiber, and specialty crops. Our Lascar data loggers give the organization an extensive standalone setup that fully automates their data collection. Additionally the data loggers’ high contrast graphic screens make it easy to do a quick temperature check or pull up Max, Min and Average values. Read more on our News Items page.

Installing Medical Freezer Temperature and Alarm Monitoring

T&D’s High-Quality Data Loggers Protect Prescription Medicines
CHESTERLAND OH—April 26, 2012

T&D RTR-502 Data Logger

T&D RTR-502 Wireless Data Logger

CAS DataLoggers recently provided the temperature monitoring and alarming solution for a nationwide security company with a pharmacy client who required additional alarming for their 3 medical refrigerators. These storage units contained extremely temperature-sensitive prescription medicine such as amoxicillin which required continual monitoring at a high level of accuracy, and manual recordings had proved to be inaccurate and time-consuming. The security company installed a T&D RTR-500NW Wireless Data Logger Network Base Station adjacent to the alarm panel and connected them. 3 T&D RTR-502 Wireless Temperature Data Loggers were then installed atop the storage units, with each logger’s external temperature sensor placed inside the fridges. Read more on our T&D technical article page.

CAS DataLoggers Now Manages Accsense Servers and Support

Wired and Wireless Automated Monitoring and Alarming
CHESTERLAND OH—April 25, 2012

A1-08-Accsense Temperature Data Logger

A1-08-Accsense Temperature Data Logger

CAS DataLoggers is pleased to announce its new server management and support of the Accsense product line of automated monitoring and alarming systems. CAS DataLoggers now manages the Accsense Rackspace servers and server software, and will also be taking over hardware management in the near future. CAS DataLoggers already has all the necessary developer equipment and has successfully made the first software update for customers’ secure accounts. Read more on our general news page.

Using Grant’s Scheduled Downloader With SQ Series Loggers

Ruggged and Portable Grant Squirrel DataLoggers
CHESTERLAND OH—January 12, 2012

Grant’s Squirrelview Plus software offers users a unique function that utilizes Windows Scheduling Service to allow for automated downloading of data. This tool is located in the ‘Tools’ menu of the Squirrelview Assistant. This short, basic tutorial will guide you through this convenient function.

First launch Squirrelview Plus (Note: If using Vista or Windows 7, you must either launch Squirrelview Plus as an administrator, or disable User Access Control in order to have the correct options available in the program).

Click on the ‘Tools’ menu in the Squirrelview Assistant and choose ‘Launch Grant Downloader’. At this point, you need to create a new profile. This is done by clicking the green ‘+’ and then entering a name in the dialog box that appears.

When you highlight the profile name, double-click on ‘Communication type’ and select how the PC is connected to the data logger. If this connection is USB, it will then prompt you to select the correct USB device from a dropdown menu. If the connection is a network connection of some type (Serial to Ethernet, or native built in Ethernet) it will then ask for the IP address of the logger.
Other settings can be changed in the same way, so the download path can be customized as can command line parameters. (For a full list of command line parameters, see the help section of the Downloader Control Panel.)

To set up the schedule, right-click on the profile name and choose ‘Create/Edit Task (Microsoft Scheduled Tasks)’. (Note: In Vista and Windows 7, this option will be grayed out if you have not run the program as an administrator or turned off user access control). Click on the ‘Schedule’ tab and click ‘New’. From here you can set the parameters for the schedule such as what time it will run and whether it will run daily, weekly, etc.

After you have chosen and set all your parameters, you can simply click ‘OK’ then close the Grant Downloader Control Panel, and the job will run at the times and days that you chose automatically and also create time- and date-stamped data files in the directory you specified.

For more information on the bestselling Grant Squirrel series dataloggers, SquirrelView Plus, or to find the ideal solution for your application-specific needs, contact a CAS Data Logger Applications Specialist at (800) 956-4437 or visit the website at www.DataLoggerInc.com.

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CAS DataLoggers, Inc.
12628 Chillicothe Road
Chesterland, Ohio 44026
(440) 729-2570
(800) 956-4437

CAS Offers In-House Temperature Calibration Service

Fully-Calibrated Temperature Dataloggers Prove Regulatory Compliance
CHESTERLAND OH—January 12, 2012

CAS DataLoggers is proud to announce it will soon be offering in-house temperature calibration service to customers, utilizing its wealth of electrical engineering knowledge and experience to offer a complete datalogging solution to meet the demands of any temperature monitoring application. Read the entire article here.