Dual-Range Electrical Data Loggers Expand Users’ Applications
CHESTERLAND OH—March 5, 2014
CAS DataLoggers is pleased to announce that we’ve added new range-selectable Accsense Electrocorder models to expand their flexibility and application uses. Two of these models are already available, with a third shipping soon. The beauty of these new dual-range recorders is that just one datalogger and one set of coils offers customers a vast current range and great versatility when it comes to doing a wide range of electrical work. Read more on our new Product Announcements page.
View Your Data in Real Time from Anywhere in the World!
CHESTERLAND OH—March 3, 2014
CAS DataLoggers is proud to announce that as of Monday March 3, Lascar Electronics has gone live with its new FilesThruTheAir™ Cloud Storage service. This innovative service takes Lascar’s WiFi sensors to a new level, unlocking them from the PC and allowing them to be managed and remotely monitored over the internet from any location in the world.This FREE service is a great way for your business or organization to view real-time data on the Cloud at a price point anyone can afford. Read more in our newest Press Release.
CAS DataLoggers Offers the Latest T&D Temp & RH Recorders
CHESTERLAND OH—February 25, 2014
Japan’s #1 datalogger manufacturer T&D is discontinuing their RTR-5 Series loggers. T&D will soon exhaust its stock of components for production, and when the stock is depleted they will no longer be available. Meanwhile CAS DataLoggers is offering the all-new TR-7wf Wireless LAN data loggers which have a FREE monitoring app for iOS and Android giving you direct access to your data from a smartphone or tablet–without the need for a network! Read more on our General News page.
L.A. County Museum of Art Contacts CAS DataLoggers
CHESTERLAND OH—February 24, 2014
CAS DataLoggers has just provided the structural monitoring technology for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), which has begun work on their newest conservation project–the Watts Towers, a Los Angeles monument and a masterpiece of regional folk art. The Towers were named a National Historic Landmark in 1990, with the tallest structure reaching to a height of about 100 ft. Read more about this unique application on our Construction Applications Note page.
Here at CAS DataLoggers we’re getting ready for Pittcon 2014, the world’s largest annual premier conference and exposition on laboratory science. Join us March 2-6 at McCormick Place in Chicago Illinois–we’ll be set up in the T&D Booth #539. Stop by and check out our wide range of T&D products including the new Thermo WiFi series, a great way to send your data directly to the cloud! Read more on our Press Release page!
At CAS DataLoggers we’re working on a new prototype design for one of our data logger accessories using a 3D printer assembled by our own Engineering Manager Terry Nagy. Constructed from parts Terry fabricated and sourced, the 3D printer consists of a plywood frame, two PC power supplies, and a homemade Arduino data logger as the system’s ‘brain’ to monitor the extrusion temperature. Read more about this exciting technology on our Technical Articles page.
Cut Costs With Energy Grants, Rebates and Cost Savings
February 10, 2014
Homes, businesses and schools across America are now taking advantage of new federal and state solar energy grants, rebates and tax credits to lower their energy costs. A datalogger can enable your school to perform its own energy audit to help qualify for a green energy grant, rebate program, or to find savings areas on your existing installations. Call CAS DataLoggers today and find out how your school can use our Accsense Electrocorder products to find these savings areas! Read more about this new technology on our Press Release page.
CAS DataLoggers along with Novus Automation introduce the new N1540 Universal Indicator, a compact process meter with a bright display giving you an instant heads-up on your process data. The new industrial process meter connects with many different sensors to list several values and allows fast configuration through keypad or USB. Read more on our Product Announcement page.
At CAS DataLoggers we often receive calls from users working in resistance measurement applications, for example using string pots to measure movement, measuring thermistors/RTDs for temperature, measuring the resistance on test samples, and many more applications. In this white paper, we’ll cover a few simple ways you can reduce error and improve accuracy at the low, mid- and high resistance ranges. Learn more on our White Paper page.
CAS DataLoggers and MadgeTech have partnered to introduce the new RFCurrent 2000A Wireless Current Data Logger with display, designed to measure and record DC current signals. The data logger can connect directly to low-level DC current sources which makes it ideal for battery usage studies, energy monitoring studies and more. Featuring a digital display, direct USB interface and configurable alarms, the new dataloggers are now available from CAS DataLoggers at a cost-effective price. Read more on our Product Announcement page.