The Internet of Things (IoT) is a popular phrase for the increasing development and market saturation of Internet-capable physical objects such as appliances and control systems. In this brief overview the Application Specialists at CAS DataLoggers cover several industry opportunities presented by today’s wireless dataloggers including models with new mobile apps which let users monitor temperatures and control processes from any location. Read more on our White Papers page.
When selecting a data logger there are a few factors to consider to make sure you’re getting the recording and storage capabilities you need. Do you want to keep the logger hooked up to your PC or do you plan to bring a Flash drive to the computer to download data? The Applications Specialists at CAS DataLoggers have put together a quick data logger comparison to narrow down your search. Read more on our Technical Articles page.
CAS DataLoggers has teamed up with Influx Technology to introduce the new Rebel xt Vehicle Data Logger which captures OBD, CAN, analog and GPS signals. With remote data accessibility, the Rebel xt is the ideal solution for CAN bus data recording in vehicle data acquisition applications, developing alternative fuel sources including electric and hybrid transmission, fleet management and more. Read more on our Product Announcement page.
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Do you need to measure current, voltage or another physical or electrical signal? At CAS DataLoggers we’ve recently redesigned our website to make it easier for you to find a data logger with the functionality and software you need. With new products and resources added weekly, CAS DataLoggers has the ideal solution for your specific monitoring and control applications. Give an Application Specialist a call at (800) 956-4437 today! Read more on our News Items page.
What is a datalogger? These products are widely-used measurement and data storage tools that monitor your product or process 24/7. Using a data logger you can keep an eye on temperature, humidity, current/voltage or just about any kind of data. In this article the Application Specialists at CAS DataLoggers walk you through the basics of data loggers and what they can do for your business or organization. Read more in our newest White Paper.
CAS DataLoggers is pleased to announce another exciting new product from T&D—the MCR-4V Graphing Voltage datalogger. Up to 4 units can be coupled together enabling users to simultaneously measure and record up to 16 channels. Very cost-effective with a large logging capacity, this new product will be available from CAS DataLoggers at the end of this month for about $500. Read more on our Product Announcement page.
Are you looking to automate and monitor your process but don’t know which data logger to choose? CAS DataLoggers has partnered with bestselling manufacturer dataTaker to offer customers the new dataTaker Series 3 Intelligent Universal Data Loggers. Get an immediate notification the moment your values go out of specification, such as when temperature starts to rise and poses a threat to equipment and products. CAS DataLoggers offers customers in every industry these cost-effective single solutions which give users many alarming and communications features. Rather than reading a laundry list of specs, check out 7 features our competitors DON’T offer you:
CAS DataLoggers has just provided the dataTaker solution to a major dairy product manufacturer monitoring cheese- shaping machines on the production line. In order to increase profitability, the plant saw the need for a data logging solution to determine where the PLC algorithms could be optimized to meet its quotas. Read more on our Food & Agriculture Applications Notes page.
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Have you been having problems with your electrical equipment but haven’t found the cause? For many users it turns out to be a very common, widespread problem called ground loop feedback. This wiring issue accounts for a large share of all power quality problems with A/V devices and other electronic equipment. The Applications Specialists at CAS DataLoggers have put together a short list of typical interference problems. Are you experiencing any of these issues? Read more on our General Tech Articles page.
CAS DataLoggers is pleased to announce that dataTaker has released the beta version of their latest firmware update for Series 3 dataTaker data loggers. Firmware version 9.10.4890 contains a useful function which lets users more easily keep a running average (also known as a sliding average) of their data. This form of averaging follows the data more closely. This is especially useful in data logging applications such as smokestack monitoring of effluent gases by taking data from gas monitors, recording flow rate, logging from 4-20 mA sensors, etc. Read more on our dataTaker Technical Articles page.