Equipment Monitoring

Remote Monitoring a Load Cell on a Crane Hoist

With the dataTaker DT82E Environmental Intelligent Data Logger
CHESTERLAND OH—May 21, 2012

dataTaker DT82E Environmental Intelligent Data LoggerCAS DataLoggers recently provided the remote monitoring solution for a crane servicing company which needed to monitor a load cell located on the hoist of one of its cranes. The servicer also had a need for additional functionality–currently its personnel lacked a device to monitor its equipment, and only learned of problems when a motor or drive suddenly failed—an expensive way to find out about a problem! To meet these requirements, supervisors began looking for an all-in-one system which could continually monitor the load cell and also setup remote monitoring and alarming in the event of developing machine failures, and send all the data to a remote office PC as an accessible dashboard display. Read more on our Equipment Monitoring applications note page.

5 Reasons to Replace Your Legacy Systems with Dependable New Solutions

With dataTaker Series 3 Intelligent Data Loggers
CHESTERLAND OH—May 14, 2012

dataTaker Series 3 Intelligent Data LoggersAcross the country, industrial plants and factories continue to rely on aging legacy systems to control and oversee their vital manufacturing and process operations. These older systems, including the dataTaker DT50, DT51, DT53, DT505, DT605, DT515, and DT615 model dataloggers have endured for many years in a broad spectrum of industries and tasks. However, dataTaker and its suppliers can no longer support these critical systems, and available part supplies are dwindling. As dataTaker’s master distributor in North America, CAS DataLoggers has 5 compelling reasons for your business to replace its outdated technology with the new dataTaker Series 3 solutions. Read more on our product announcement page.

Intelligent Automated Solution for Machine Monitoring

The Smart Logger–dataTaker DT85
CHESTERLAND OH—April 23, 2012

dataTaker DT85In factories and manufacturing plants across the country, personnel continue to rely on error-prone manual measurements to protect and maintain their high-performance equipment. To save on labor and time costs wasted on unnecessary troubleshooting, industrial and manufacturing companies increasingly require automated monitoring devices capable of taking over this time-consuming duty with unmatched precision. Now CAS DataLoggers has partnered with bestselling manufacturer dataTaker to announce the new Series 3 dataTaker DT85 Intelligent Universal Input Data Logger for machine monitoring applications. Read more on our product announcement page.