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Protect Your Food & Bev Products Using Bluetooth!

Lascar EL-BT-2 Loggers Make Regulatory Compliance Easy!

CHESTERLAND, OH—January 20, 2016

With FSMA and other regulations mandating best practices in the Food & Beverage industry, many companies are choosing to use dataloggers as a low-cost way to prove regulatory compliance. Now bestselling manufacturer Lascar has the solution with the new EL-BT-2 Bluetooth Wireless Temperature and Humidity Datalogger. Check out these new wireless loggers on our latest Food & Beverage page.

CAS DataLoggers Introduces New Wireless LAN Recorders


New Wireless Loggers from T&D

New Wireless Loggers from T&D

CAS DataLoggers and T&D are announcing the new TR-71wf/72wf Series Wireless Temperature and Humidity Data Loggers. These 2-channel environmental loggers have an auto communication function which automatically uploads all recorded data from the loggers over wireless LAN to T&D’s free cloud service. Now you can view data anytime, anywhere on your mobile device or PC. Read more on our New Product Announcements page.

Manage Your Temperature and Humidity Anytime, Anywhere

Available soon from CAS DataLoggers, our new network-connected TR-700W Series Temperature and Humidity Data Loggers are equipped with a built-in function that enables Internet connection to automatically upload and display all your data on the Web. These data loggers are dependable time-saving solutions for your remote applications such as temperature and humidity monitoring in distant buildings via the Internet, collecting environmental data in factories and schools using a Wireless LAN, and effective server room maintenance. Wireless WiFi versions are also available. Read more on our Product Announcements page.

Wireless Temperature Monitoring in a Hoop Greenhouse

CAS DataLoggers recently supplied the greenhouse monitoring solution for a customer with a large hoophouse sheltering strawberries and raspberries over the cold autumn. The berry crop was extremely temperature-sensitive, so the microclimate had to be carefully maintained. The owner contacted CAS DataLoggers to provide a remote monitoring system which could collect the temperature data and pinpoint the uneven coverage so an ideal setup could remedy the problem. Read more on our Food & Agriculture Applications Notes page.

Temperature Monitoring For a Coffee Roaster

CAS DataLoggers recently provided the temperature data logger for a small coffee roaster producing original blends with coffee beans poured into an industrial roaster and heated to about 220°C (428°F) for a city roast with just the right taste. To ensure his product’s quality and to get an accurate view of the roasting process, the owner wanted a user-friendly temperature recorder with wireless communication yet compact enough for a small room and economical enough to fit into his budget. The owner also wanted alarming capabilities for when temperatures went outside the appropriate range. Read more on our Food & Agriculture Applications Notes page.