Grant Instruments’ Grant Downloader application enables users to set up automatic data downloads from Grant Squirrel Series Data Loggers. By configuring any number of profiles, users can quickly retrieve all data straight from their desktop with just one click. In addition, the Downloader application also allows users to schedule logger downloads at desired times and intervals. Read more in our latest Tech Article.
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As your factory’s legacy systems age, they begin to develop issues which can pose a risk to your process and equipment. Dataloggers and data acquisition systems can optimize your process or solve a specific problem for your business. By sourcing a smart solution in Q1, you could realize potential ROI in 2017. Read more in our latest Press Release.
If you need a device to collect data in the field, in the lab, or on the factory floor, CAS DataLoggers can provide your application with Portable WiFi Dataloggers from Grant Instruments. Common measurement values such as Temperature, Humidity, Voltage, Current, Pressure and Force can all be measured and stored. Read more in our latest Product Announcement.
Monitor Multiple Values using a Universal Data Logger
CHESTERLAND, OH—April 6, 2016
Do you need to monitor temperature and humidity for an industrial, environmental or lab application? This tutorial from Grant Instruments shows how to connect a temperature and humidity sensor to Squirrel dataloggers. You can also view the YouTube video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Q3VCfEiMVs.
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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.
Grant Squirrel Loggers are Out-of-the-Box Solutions
CHESTERLAND, OH—December 16, 2015
CAS DataLoggers and Grant offer users the Squirrel SQ2020 Wi-Fi Handheld data logger, combining high performance and universal inputs with the simplicity of Wi-Fi data collection in a compact and rugged instrument. Call CAS DataLoggers at (800) 956-4437 to learn more. http://www.dataloggerinc.com/content/news/product_anouncements/979/handheld_dataloggers_send_data_via_wifi/
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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.
SquirrelView V3.8 Adds CSV/TXT File Import and Quick Reporting
CHESTERLAND OH—January 8, 2014
CAS DataLoggers is pleased to announce a new software update for our popular Grant Squirrel Universal Data Loggers. SquirrelView V3.8 and V5.1a firmware updates the SQ2010, SQ2020 and SQ2040 Squirrel Data Loggers and adds CSV/TXT file import and quick reporting. Whether your application is in heavy industry, cold chain supply or lab research, you can automatically monitor your process and collect data by using a datalogger. Read more on our News Item page.