CAS DataLoggers recently supplied a chemical company with a combination gas detection and temperature recording system. For safety reasons, the plant needed a data logger to monitor hydrochloric acid gas (HCL) and chlorine (CH2) levels as well as temperature throughout the plant in 20 separate locations. A highly-accurate standalone solution was necessary to connect to the various sensor types, store it in a large memory, and send the data to an office PC. Read more on our Environmental Monitoring Applications Notes page.
Tag Archive: temperature recorder
Keep Your Shipments Safe with High-Accuracy Temperature Monitoring
CHESTERLAND OH—July 24, 2012
This summer, all-time high temperatures have been felt across the country, contributing to disastrous loss of food and agriculture shipments. Don’t wait for a thousand-dollar accident before monitoring your products with cost-effective temperature recorders from CAS DataLoggers. Read more on our Product Announcements page.
CAS DataLoggers teams up with Microedge Industries to offer customers the latest low-cost solution for nearly any temperature monitoring application–the Site-Log LPTM-1 Temperature Data Logger. This 8-channel temperature datalogger features high accuracy, large memory, and unmatched flexibility along with programmability. Read more on our Product Announcements page.
New Freezer Temperature Pod for Lab Monitoring
CHESTERLAND OH—June 27, 2012
CAS DataLoggers is proud to announce it has recently contracted with New Brunswick Scientific to supply the new TCA-3 LAN-wired Pod which provides their popular laboratory freezer models with the most cost-effective automated temperature monitoring available. Laboratory requirements for monitoring systems are especially demanding in view of their sensitive supplies, so these pods are highly accurate, securely encrypted in line with HIPAA and other privacy laws, and especially user-friendly. Read more on our Press Releases page.
Automated Temperature Monitoring Forms the Solution
CHESTERLAND OH—June 21, 2012
Personnel installing new temperature monitoring equipment in their medical or storage refrigerators and freezers are often stumped as to why the temperature appears to vary unexpectedly. CAS DataLoggers has put together this quick guide to recommend some solutions and help you investigate so that over time you can identify the source and control the rhythm of your fridge. There are 3 common reasons the recorded temperatures can periodically change. Read more on our White Papers page.
Wireless Temperature Monitoring and Alarm Systems
CHESTERLAND OH—June 20, 2012
Several Accsense data logger pods can connect with PT-100 RTD temperature probes to provide highly accurate measurements. These probes are 3-wire probes and can present some problems when users do the initial install. With this in mind, the Applications Specialists at CAS DataLoggers have prepared this quick list of troubleshooting tips for users seeing extreme temperature readings.Read more on our Accsense Technical Articles page.
CAS DataLoggers Has the Safe Solution with Automated Temperature Monitoring
CHESTERLAND OH—June 19, 2012
In a recent article, the Boston Globe reports on a medical monitoring catastrophe: “A freezer malfunction at Harvard-affiliated McLean Hospital has severely damaged one-third of the world’s largest collection of autism brain samples, potentially setting back research on the disorder by years, scientists say. One freezer contained about 150 brain samples from people who had died with a neurological or psychiatric condition.” The full article can be found online at http://www.boston.com/news/local/massachusetts/articles/2012/06/11/freezer_failure_at_brain_bank_hampers_autism_research/?page=1. Experiencing surprisingly common alarm and freezer failures, academic labs and biorepositories across the country are increasingly turning to automated temperature monitoring to safeguard their high-value life science samples, and CAS DataLoggers has the ideal solution with the Accsense A2-05 Ethernet Temperature Data Logger. Read more on our Product Announcements page.
T&D’s Economical and Compact Data Logging Solutions
CHESTERLAND OH—June 4, 2012
When creating a productive office environment, it’s important to ensure that your employees are not too warm or cold, especially when your heating system is remotely-controlled which distributes heat unequally. When working in unpleasant conditions, people quickly become uncomfortable and start showing less energy–if the temperature is too warm, workers become tired, and when it’s too cold, their attention drifts and makes them easily distracted, so you’re advised to always keep the temperature between 67° to 73°F. Read more on our product announcement page.
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.
Wireless Automated Monitoring Sends your Data Online in Real Time
CHESTERLAND OH—May 10, 2012
The popular Accsense wireless monitoring and alarming system operates on a public 2.4ghz wireless frequency. Since this is the same frequency used by many cordless phones, Wi-Fi systems, and various other wireless hardware systems, users can occasionally experience interference within this frequency band. When this type of interference occurs, there is a possibility that a wireless pod will lose communications with the base and be unable to reestablish a wireless connection. Read more on our Accsense technical article page.