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Monitoring a Vacation Home Through the Winter

Wireless Data Logger Monitors Residential Temperature and Humidity
CHESTERLAND OH—November 15, 2012

CAS DataLoggers recently supplied a temperature and humidity logger to a homeowner in the Northeast who needed continual monitoring for his summer vacation home. This way the caretaker (a relative) could be alerted whenever the temperature was cold enough to cause burst pipes and other damage. This system would also need to be able to send current data several times a day and send warning emails whenever temperatures became too cold, or humidity too high. CAS DataLoggers provided assistance and value-added services. Read more on our Environmental Monitoring Applications Notes.

Protect Your Cargo on the Road with Wireless Data Loggers

T&D RTR-500 series Wireless Data Logger Base Station/Repeater

T&D RTR-500 Data Logger

T&D RTR-500 Data Logger

Businesses relying on trucking shipments to distribute their product can significantly benefit from a cost-effective way to monitor their cargoes en route to customers, but traditional LAN networks are often unavailable on the road. Now CAS DataLoggers together with quality manufacturer T&D have the solution with the new RTR-500 Series Wireless Data Logging Systems. Now with the RTR-500GSM Data Collector, users can easily setup remote or in-vehicle data collection to automatically send data and alarms via cellular phone networks. Read more on how to protect your cargo on the road.

CAS DataLoggers Offers Temperature/Humdity Monitors at Pittcon 2012

Wireless Data Loggers Designed for Life Sciences Applications
CHESTERLAND OH—March 7, 2012

CAS DataLoggers recently supplied the temperature and humidity monitoring solution to an animal rescue facility dedicated to rescuing and giving a permanent home to an especially large species of tortoises, some weighing as much as 75-200 lbs! The project needed to monitor ambient temperature and humidity in 2 turtle burrows for breeding purposes, as constant exposure to a foreign climate was a risk to the animals’ health. Read the entire article on our Upcoming Events page.