Our intelligent dataTaker data loggers are used every day in machine monitoring, geotechnical, and environmental applications. One of their most convenient features gives users the choice to record data onto a USB flash drive or just to log directly onto the system’s large internal memory. The Applications Specialists at CAS DataLoggers assembled this quick overview to show how you can protect your critical data by recording onto these automated solutions. Read more on our dataTaker Technical Articles page.
Tag Archive: automated monitoring
CAS DataLoggers recently provided a dataTaker DT80 datalogger for a manufacturer experiencing ‘Under Frequency’ alarms at their electrical substation which were slowing production. Maintenance staff wanted to log their power levels, but the infrequent nature of these faults meant that they would have to wade through large amounts of data. Therefore the customer wanted to monitor the power levels using event monitoring, so they required an intelligent datalogger to capture the relevant data. Read more on our Equipment Monitoring Applications Note page.
Low-Cost Monitoring Solutions for Use Anywhere
CHESTERLAND OH—June 11, 2012
CAS DataLoggers in partnership with bestselling manufacturer Lascar Electronics has introduced the first major redesign of Lascar’s EasyLog datalogging configuration software since its introduction. The newest version of the EL-USB-WIN configuration software is now available for free download from Lascar’s website at http://www.lascarelectronics.com/data-logger/easylogger-software.php. Version 6.0 introduces users to a cleaner and more up-to-date version of its original software, including larger and clearer configuration icons as well as improved charting functionality. Read more on our product announcements page.
Complete Control of Schedule Size with dataTaker
CHESTERLAND OH—May 22, 2012
CAS DataLoggers recently supplied the data logging solution for a world-leading manufacturer of masonry fasteners. As part of their product development, company engineers needed to measure the peak installation load and to monitor how the load reduced as the newly- installed fastener “bedded in”. Designers needed to determine such factors as bolt tightness over given periods of time (months/years) when calculating the required capacity for fastening beams in buildings or for securing roofs in high winds. Read more on our Construction Applications Notes page.
Ten Ways Businesses Will Save Labor and Time
CHESTERLAND OH—April 16, 2012
If you are new to data logging, you might be asking yourself “Why should I buy a data logger instead of another way to collect data?” True, a data logger is only one of the many different options available to record electrical or physical data, but CAS DataLoggers has identified ten compelling reasons businesses and organizations should strongly consider using data loggers. Read the entire article on our data logging tutorial page.