The dataTaker DT80G Geotechnical datalogger is an easy-to-configure, cost-effective monitoring system. The DT80G is rugged, reliable and low-power, yet offers extremely versatile features for configuration, communications, data collection and data analysis.Read more about the DT80G in our latest Product Announcement.
Geotechnical Data Loggers
A hydroelectric dam under construction required monitoring of several environmental and structural properties to ensure its stability. Construction engineers needed a large number of geotechnical sensors to be installed and used during construction. Each sensor needed to interface with a universal data logger as part of a long-term logging solution. Read more in our latest Apps Note.
Log Data from Many Sensor Types Using One Device!
CHESTERLAND, OH—March 17, 2016
Do you need to monitor Temperature, Current/Voltage, Pulse, or another physical or electrical value? Now CAS DataLoggers can supply your business or organization with the new dataTaker Series 3 Data Loggers. Call CAS DataLoggers today at (800) 956-4437! Read more on our dataTaker Product Announcement page.
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Trade your Series 1 DT8x Range logger for a New Series 3!
CHESTERLAND, OH—March 7, 2016
Time is running out to trade in your older dataTaker data logger for a new Series 3 model! If you have an older Series 1 DT8x range or DT5/DT6xx model, you can gain substantial savings and trade in for a new dataTaker Series 3! This offer ends March 31st so contact CAS DataLoggers today at (800) 956-4437 and save! Learn more on our Trade-In Offer page.
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Save Money with a Single System Running Single Software
CHESTERLAND, OH—February 25, 2016
CAS DataLoggers offers several lines of data loggers equipped with universal input channels to record data from Thermocouples, Current/Voltage, 4-20mA, Strain gauges, and many other sensor types. Call now to speak with one of our Application Specialists at 1-800-956-4437. View our selection of universal loggers on our new Press Release page.
Using Grant Dataloggers to Connect Strain Gauges, Load Cells and More
CHESTERLAND OH—May 28, 2015
Bridge sensors are commonly used in many data logger applications including construction, building conservation and the manufacture of pressure sensors. In this technical article we demonstrate how connection is performed when logging with a Grant Squirrel 2020/2040 Data Logger. Learn how in our latest Grant Technical Article.
Accsense VersaLog dataloggers are powerful low-cost solutions for data recording applications which also require a local alarm notification. These standalone dataloggers commonly feature 7-8 channels with models to log temperature, humidity, current/voltage and more. Read more on our latest Industrial Press Release page.
Automatic Data Transfer for Remote Monitoring
CHESTERLAND OH—July 7, 2014
CAS DataLoggers along with dataTaker announces a new 3G cellular modem upgrade to the bestselling dataTaker M models. These universal data loggers have a built-in cellular modem for automatic data transfer and alarm capabilities. To see what automatic data transfer can do for YOUR application, give our Applications Specialists a call at (800) 956-4437 and see for yourself! Read more on our new Product Announcement 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.