Just as with monitoring of other values such as equipment temperature, power factor and vibration, there are varying levels of detail when it comes to run time/event monitoring. In our latest White Paper, we examine several run-time applications and discuss typical solutions which record, store and analyze the data. Read more.
CHESTERLAND, OH—December 3, 2015
While water level loggers have become the data collection instrument of choice for an increasing number of hydrologists, the myriad of product choices available today can make it difficult to determine which product is right for your application. This Water Datalogger White Paper originally from Onset Computer Corp. can help you choose the right products for your needs. Here we point out the five most important considerations to keep in mind and also offer tips on specific features.
How to Record Accurate AC and DC Current and Voltage Measurements
CHESTERLAND OH—December 29, 2014
A common data logging application is measuring voltage or current flowing into or out of a piece of equipment. These measurements can be broadly classified into two groups: AC and DC. We’ve put together a brief guide covering the basics of voltage and current measurement in our latest White Paper at http://www.dataloggerinc.com/content/resources/white_papers/812/measuring_voltage_and_current_using_a_data_logger/.
Intelligent Data Recorders and Sensors
CHESTERLAND OH—September 8, 2014
SDI-12 has become the environmental standard of choice for environmental monitoring applications. At CAS DataLoggers we’ve put together this brief introduction to the SDI-12 standard highlighting the advantages your business or organization can realize from using SDI-12 data loggers and sensors. Read more about this flexible technology in our latest White Paper.
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Reduce Measurement Errors in your Application
CHESTERLAND OH—January 20, 2014
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.
Flexible dataTaker Systems Let You Monitor Almost Any Value
CHESTERLAND OH—September 13, 2012
Turning Point Analysis is a method of data compression for arbitrary waveforms. The incoming waveform is sampled at speed and analyzed in real time to identify the turning points (Maxima and Minima) of the waveform, and the value and time of the turning point are also logged to memory for later recovery. Using series 3 dataTaker dataloggers, the Applications Specialists at CAS DataLoggers have assembled this tutorial to examine this subject, including a simple method of noise rejection (dead banding) for dataTaker DT800 and DT500 data loggers. Read more on our White Papers page.
Maximize Signal Range and Wireless Monitoring Capability
CHESTERLAND OH—July 12, 2012
Attenuation is a reduction of signal strength during transmission, such as when sending data collected through automated monitoring. Attenuation is represented in decibels (dB), which is ten times the logarithm of the signal power at a particular input divided by the signal power at an output of a specified medium. Read more on our White Papers page.