Tag Archive: wireless gateway

How to Configure Your Accsense Datalogger System

CAS DataLoggers Accsense gateways (B1-0x) and network pods (A2-0x) are shipped from the factory configured for DHCP. When they are plugged into the network and turned on, they will try to obtain an IP address, DNS, and gateway address from the local DHCP server. If they successfully obtain this information they will then try to contact the Accsense server at Accsense.com. This communication will be initiated by the pod (outgoing only) using HTTPS on port 443. Read more on our Accsense Technical Articles 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.

Monitoring Engine Temperature/Humidity in Storage Using a Modbus Gateway

CAS DataLoggers recently provided the wireless datalogging solution for a customer who needed to monitor replacement engines for temperature and humidity in storage. Whenever they were discovered to have corroded due to excessive heat/humidity, the plant’s operation went offline which cost the plant thousands of dollars each time. The engines were stored in 3 metal warehouses near a main office, so the storage supervisor needed all the data to be accessible from all 4 buildings. An AirGate Modbus Gateway was the solution to quickly integrate the plant’s new wireless technology and enable remote monitoring of conditions in each building. Read more on our Equipment Monitoring Applications Notes page.

Temperature Monitoring Seed Corn in Drying Silos

Producing good seed corn takes much more effort than just planting and harvesting. Agricultural producers need to record and view both time and temperature during their product’s drying cycle. If the seed corn hasn’t been dried enough, it can easily mold and be ruined, but if the product is dried too much, expensive energy is wasted. The Applications Specialists at CAS DataLoggers recommended an Accsense Wireless Temperature Monitoring system which included a Wireless Data Logger Gateway and Wireless Temperature Data Logger Pods for temperature monitoring and alarming. Read more on our Food & Agriculture Applications Notes page.