Tag Archive: wireless data logger

Accsense Reintroduces A2-05 WiFi Datalogger to Distributors

World-Class Temperature Monitoring Solution

CHESTERLAND, OH—March 15, 2016

CAS DataLoggers is proud to announce a newly-improved version of the popular Accsense A2-05 WiFi logger! This new version features a compact 5V power supply, making it even easier to install in hospitals and clinics. Give an Accsense representative a call at (800) 956-4437 and we’ll be happy to help you with your questions. Read more about the new A2-05W design on our Press Release page.

Accsense for Wireless Temperature Monitoring of Vaccines

Cost-Effective Temperature Monitoring for Clinics & Hospitals

CHESTERLAND OH—January 5, 2015

When vaccines aren’t maintained at the proper temperature, they quickly lose their potency so that children are at risk for infectious diseases. For temperature monitoring in clinics, hospitals and doctor’s offices, Accsense offers the A2-05-W WiFi Temperature Data Logger. Read more in our Life Science Press Release.

Monitoring & Alarming for Medical Refrigerators and Incubators

Send Your Data to the Cloud!

Send Your Data to the Cloud!

Are you a hospital or clinic director, lab supervisor or nurse technician who needs to ensure the safety of your vaccines, drugs or other valuable supplies? If you need to monitor the temperature in your medical refrigerators or incubators, CAS DataLoggers has the solution with our Accsense Wireless Temperature Datalogger. Read more on our newest Product Announcement page.

Setting Alarms with T&D Wireless Base Stations

Whether you work in supply, medical monitoring, or industry, your business can save time and labor using automated wireless monitoring systems provided by CAS DataLoggers. Our T&D RTR-500-AW Wireless Base Station and RTR-500-NW Network Base Station both feature alarm capabilities to immediately warn you of a problem with the equipment under monitoring allowing you to quickly respond to the problem yourself or alert a maintenance crew. Together, all these remote monitoring and alarming features help prevent product loss and potentially disastrous downtime/resupply times due to negligence. Read more on our T&D Technical Articles page.

CAS Announces Wireless Temperature Monitoring Solution

Accsense A1-08 Wireless Pod Featuring Cloud Capabilities

CHESTERLAND OH—August 16, 2011

CAS DataLoggers has teamed up with Accsense to offer the A1-08 Wireless Temperature Data Logger, a wireless temperature monitoring and alarming system providing cloud-based data storage and reporting for hassle-free monitoring for critical applications in healthcare, health sciences, research and manufacturing. The Accense pod is specifically designed to connect to 6 NTC thermistor inputs, enabling an increase in the number of sensors per pod and reducing user cost per measurement. When connected to an Accsense B1-06 Wireless Gateway (supporting up to 16 sensor pods), the pod can monitor and log data with the ability to view and remotely access data in real-time. The A1-08 data logger pod also features online graphing, reporting, and configuration features, and can be used as a convenient temperature alarm system with email, pager or phone alert capabilities.

The A1-08 pod’s internal ambient temperature sensor measures a temperature range of -40°C to +70°C (-40°F to 158°F), with a thermistor input temperature range of -40°C to +112°C (-40°F to 233°F). The Accsense pod features 2 digital inputs and can be connected to a wide range of digital sensors for simple and reliable online monitoring. Temperature measurements are made at a precise 0.1°C resolution, and sampling rate is user-set anywhere from 30 seconds to every 24 hrs, with an emergency buffer of 250 samples per sensor. The multi-thermistor pod’s range extends up to 250’ outdoors, 90’ indoors without obstructions, and the device can also run on battery or AC power.

Additionally, the A1-08 data logger will automatically send recorded data to a completely secure Rackspace™ cloud server for storage, where it is immediately available using a backed-up online Accsense Account. Users can download measurement data for offline analysis and choose to allow password-protected, limited access to other users. Using a standard web browser, users can sign in to access reports and graphs or modify the system configuration from anywhere an internet connection is available. Sophisticated alarms monitor incoming data and can send email, pager or phone warnings to multiple designees whenever an alarm goes off. The online account gives instant access to charts showing all measurement history, with ranges as narrow as 5 minutes or as wide as 90 days, and also offers a customizable interface featuring a dashboard showing the most recent measurements from all sensor pods.

The wireless pod is delivered in a package containing the pod, an AC adapter, wall mounting and bracket, standard antenna, 3 AA batteries, and more, providing a simple yet reliable temperature monitoring solution. Check out the A1-08 Wireless Temperature Data Logger product page here.

For further information on the Accsense A1-08 Wireless Temperature Data Logger, the B1-06 Gateway for use with Accsense pods, additional wireless data logging solutions, or to find the ideal solution for your application-specific needs, contact a CAS Data Logger Applications Analyst at (800) 956-4437 or visit the website at www.DataLoggerInc.com.

Contact Information:
CAS DataLoggers, Inc.
12628 Chillicothe Road
Chesterland, Ohio 44026
(440) 729-2570
(800) 956-4437
sales@dataloggerinc.com
http://www.dataloggerinc.com