Accsense Monitoring has just released a new version of its Remote Gateway Configuration Tool utility. You can download the new update from the CAS DataLoggers website. Accsense dataloggers monitor measurement values including Temperature, Humidity, Current/Voltage and more. Find out more in our latest News Item.
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For A2-05 Ethernet Loggers and Wireless Pods via B1-06 Gateways
CHESTERLAND, OH—January 18, 2016
Accsense monitoring pods use an Internet connection to monitor a wide range of physical values including Temperature, Humidity, and more. However if you don’t have access to Ethernet, and you still need Accsense alarm capabilities, you can connect a cellular modem to your Accsense system. Learn more on our Accsense Tech Article page.
Joint Commission-compliant System for Hospitals and Clinics
CHESTERLAND, OH—December 21, 2015
For comprehensive environmental monitoring in hospital surgeries and cleanrooms, the Accsense Wireless Environmental Data Logger monitors several parameters including Temperature, Humidity and Pressure. In this apps note we show how an Accsense Medical Monitoring system can handle continual monitoring, alarming, and data storage. Read more in our Hospital and Clinic Apps Note.
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Cloud-Based Monitoring of Almost Any Parameter
CHESTERLAND, OH—November 5, 2015
When users first connect an Accsense B1-06 wireless gateway to the network and power it up, it will go through the following process as it connects to the Acccsense server via the network: http://www.dataloggerinc.com/content/support/technical_articles/accsense_technical_articles/962/startup_process_for_the_accsense_b1-01b1-06_wireless_gateway/
Diagnosing Network Connection Issues
CHESTERLAND, OH—September 15, 2015
Network configuration errors can occasionally crop up with wireless monitoring systems. We present this brief tutorial showing you how to troubleshoot network connection issues using the Accsense model B1-06 Wireless Gateway. Read more in our latest Accsense Tech Article. You can also watch our brief YouTube video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gEh94uSWdQQ.
Measuring Temperature and Humidity with a Wireless System
CHESTERLAND OH—June 19, 2015
Many of our callers need to monitor temperature and humidity using an Accsense A1-10 Wireless Current data logger. These products are popular for their ease of installation and use. In our latest Technical Article, we outline how to connect an Omega temperature and humidity sensor to an Accsense A1-10 pod. Read more on our Accsense Tech Articles page.
Wireless Environmental Monitoring for Medical Controlled Environments
CHESTERLAND OH—November 4, 2014
In surgeries and other sensitive areas in hospitals and clinics, it’s vital to protect patients and staff from infectious diseases by maintaining a negative air pressure in the room. For automated pressure monitoring and alarming we offer the Accsense Wireless Environmental Data Logger, incredibly cost effective for general purpose, continual pressure monitoring. Read more in our latest Press Release.
At CAS DataLoggers we’re working on a new prototype design for one of our data logger accessories using a 3D printer assembled by our own Engineering Manager Terry Nagy. Constructed from parts Terry fabricated and sourced, the 3D printer consists of a plywood frame, two PC power supplies, and a homemade Arduino data logger as the system’s ‘brain’ to monitor the extrusion temperature. Read more about this exciting technology on our Technical Articles page.
At CAS DataLoggers we occasionally receive calls from Accsense system users asking if and when they should manually disconnect their connection alarms, since by default the system’s alarms are always on. For example, hospitals often conduct periodic tests on their generators to verify that backup power is available. However these tests can cause network issues, and if internet connection drops while running the test, Accsense will immediately trigger a connection alarm. Read more on our Accsense Technical Articles page.