Next Industries

Monitoring Thermal Dispersion of Buried Cables

Universal 8-Channel Datalogger Logs Several Values

CHESTERLAND, OH—January 25, 2016

Recently CAS DataLoggers configured a standalone monitoring system to record thermal dispersion of medium-voltage buried cables using an OMNIAlog data logger from Next Industries. This system has been configured to log temperatures, soil moisture, and current at a 5-foot depth. Read more on our Universal Apps Note page.

GPRS Data Logger Sends Data to Your Mobile Device

4-Channel Datalogger with Cloud-Based Dashboard Management

CHESTERLAND OH—August 13, 2015

Are you looking for a standalone GPRS datalogger to automatically send measurements to your desktop via email, SMS or FTP? Now we offer the Next Industries NI-400 miniOMNIALog 4-Channel Data Logger. Call our experienced Applications Specialists at (800) 956-4437 or read more on our new GPRS Logger page.

Universal Web Monitoring Solutions from Next Industries

OMNIALog and miniOMNIALog Data Loggers

CHESTERLAND OH—June 22, 2015

The Next Industries OMNIALog series data loggers take a wide variety of measurements using their universal input channels, and also integrate GPRS modems to transmit data and alarms via FTP, email or SMS. Read more about these versatile systems on our new Remote Monitoring page.

Remotely Monitoring Gas Flow in a BioDigester

4-Channel Compact Data Logger w/ GPRS modem

CHESTERLAND OH—April 21, 2015

Recently Next Industries supplied a flow datalogger for a wastewater treatment company looking to optimize its operation. The plant’s Utilities Director decided that the ideal way to incrase yields was to monitor and record the bio-digster’s gas flow. Read more on our latest Oil & Gas Apps Notes page.

Remotely Monitoring Energy Consumption

MiniOMNIAlog from Next Industries Enables Remote Monitoring

CHESTERLAND OH—March 25, 2015

In order to find the best way to reduce energy costs, an industrial company contacted CAS DataLoggers for an electric power consumption control system. They needed to monitor specific circuits and their usage over time, and used an NI-400 miniOMNIALog data logger with integral modem from Next Industries to log every necessary value. Read more about this energy-saving application on our Energy Measurement Apps Notes page.

PV Plant Monitoring Using a Data Logger

Next Industries Omnialog Data Logger Monitors Several Values

CHESTERLAND OH—February 24, 2015

A customer from abroad inquired with us about a monitoring and datalogging system for a photovoltaic (PV) energy plant. Their request was not only for a device to measure current and voltage, but also to monitor environmental parameters. Read how the Omnialog data logger from Next Industries fufilled all these requirements in our latest Energy Monitoring Apps Note.

CAS DataLoggers Partners with Next Industries

OMNIALog  Monitors Temperature, Current and Voltage

CHESTERLAND OH—February 9, 2015

We’re proud to welcome an exciting new datalogging manufacturer, Next Industries. Next Industries OMNIALog series dataloggers feature universal input channels that can be used with a wide range of input signal types for monitoring and alarm applications. Read more on our latest Press Release page!