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Find Your Application Solution at www.dataloggerinc.com

Search for Data Loggers by Features and Application
CHESTERLAND OH—May 20, 2014

At CAS DataLoggers we’ve added new functionality to our website at www.dataloggerinc.com to make it easy for you to find a datalogger no matter what your application is. Our newest website improvements mean you’re only a few clicks away from the right solution for your application needs. Call a CAS DataLoggers Application Specialist at (800) 956-4437 today! Read more on our News page.

New External Battery Pack for Accsense Monitoring Pods

Accsense Wireless Data Loggers Offer Extended Operation
CHESTERLAND OH—April 29, 2014

CAS DataLoggers has developed an improved version of the E1-16 External Battery Pack for its bestselling Accsense Monitoring Systems. The new battery pack has a convenient new design enabling users to replace the batteries from the front of the unit without needing to remove it from its mounting. The E1-16 pack is now available for under $90 on our Online Store at: https://www.dataloggerinc.com/datalogger_store/store/e1-16-external-battery-pack/. Read more on our Product Announcement page.

CAS DataLoggers Hires New Applications Specialist

Bill Hoon Joins Our Expanding Sales Team
CHESTERLAND OH—March 31, 2014

CAS DataLoggers is proud to welcome Bill Hoon as our newest Applications Specialist. Bill is already contributing his extensive sales experience to our team, offering customers data loggers from bestselling manufacturers including dataTaker, Accsense, Grant, and many more. Read more on our News Item page.

Monitoring and Repairing a Natural Historic Landmark

L.A. County Museum of Art Contacts CAS DataLoggers

CHESTERLAND OH—February 24, 2014

CAS DataLoggers has just provided the structural monitoring technology for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), which has begun work on their newest conservation project–the Watts Towers, a Los Angeles monument and a masterpiece of regional folk art. The Towers were named a National Historic Landmark in 1990, with the tallest structure reaching to a height of about 100 ft. Read more about this unique application on our Construction Applications Note page.

CAS DataLoggers Uses 3D Printing Technology in Prototype Design

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.

Basic Techniques for Accurate Resistance Measurement

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.

CAS DataLoggers Expands Its Website

Data Loggers and Data Acquisition Systems

Data Loggers and Data Acquisition Systems for Any Applicaiton

Do you need to measure current, voltage or another physical or electrical signal? At CAS DataLoggers we’ve recently redesigned our website to make it easier for you to find a data logger with the functionality and software you need. With new products and resources added weekly, CAS DataLoggers has the ideal solution for your specific monitoring and control applications. Give an Application Specialist a call at (800) 956-4437 today! Read more on our News Items page.

What is a Data Logger?

Data Logging 101

Data Logging 101

What is a datalogger? These products are widely-used measurement and data storage tools that monitor your product or process 24/7. Using a data logger you can keep an eye on temperature, humidity, current/voltage or just about any kind of data. In this article the Application Specialists at CAS DataLoggers walk you through the basics of data loggers and what they can do for your business or organization. Read more in our newest White Paper.

New 4-Channel Graphing Voltage Datalogger From T&D

Affordable Multichannel Voltage Measurement

Affordable Multichannel Voltage Measurement

CAS DataLoggers is pleased to announce another exciting new product from T&D—the MCR-4V Graphing Voltage datalogger. Up to 4 units can be coupled together enabling users to simultaneously measure and record up to 16 channels. Very cost-effective with a large logging capacity, this new product will be available from CAS DataLoggers at the end of this month for about $500. Read more on our Product Announcement page.

You Might Need a Data Logger If:

Continual Monitoring and Alarming Products for Any Application

Continual Monitoring and Alarming Products for Any Application

Have you lost valuable inventory after your fridge or freezer failed? Do you need a way to prove your product temperatures stayed safe in storage or transit, but you need it NOW? You might recognize YOUR company or organization as CAS DataLoggers presents 10 reasons you MIGHT need a data logger: