Tag Archive: current datalogger

CAS Dataloggers Makes It Easy to Find the Right Solution

Need to log data for regulatory requirements, product safety or another reason? CAS Dataloggers offers data loggers to record and log nearly ANY measurement type including Temperature, Humidity, Voltage/Current and more.  Read more about our selection of products in the latest Press Release.

 

Setting up a Non-SSL SMTP Server for Use with a T&D RTR-500MBS-A

T&D’s RTR-500MBS-A Mobile Base Station is a GSM-based base unit for the T&D RTR-500 wireless monitoring system. These wireless dataloggers are ideal for monitoring and alarming temperature in trucks, warehouses and more. Like T&D’s other base units for this system, it requires an SMTP server that does not use SSL. Some cell companies advertise e-mail with their carrier services, but the RTR-500MBSA cannot use the automatic SIM settings provided by these cell services. With this in mind, CAS DataLoggers shows you how to quickly set up auto-data transfer in our latest Technical Article.

Connecting Omega Sensors to an Accsense A1-10 Pod

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.

CAS DataLoggers Offers Three-Phase Monitoring Solutions

Power & Energy Data Loggers for Many Applications

CHESTERLAND OH—March 31, 2015

We offer high-quality test gear for many different three-phase monitoring applications such as machine monitoring, energy audits and assessments, recording electrical data from panels and circuit testing, and more. Read about our own Accense Electrocorder products and AEMC PEL data loggers on our new Three-Phase Monitoring 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.

AEMC’s PowerPad III Wins Product of the Year!

Power Quality Analyzer Measures AC and DC
CHESTERLAND OH—February 11, 2015

We’re proud to announce that the popular AEMC PowerPad® III Model 8333 Three-Phase Power Quality Analyzer  has just been named a 2014 Product of the Year Winner by Utility Products Magazine! With the PowerPad III users can record, analyze, and print their data. Read more about these award-winning products on our Latest News page.

Measuring Voltage and Current Using a Data Logger

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/.

Voltage Optimization: How Can It Save You Money?

Accsense Electrocorder: Powerfully Measured
CHESTERLAND OH—June 26, 2014

The average voltage supply from many national grids around the world is often higher than the ideal operating voltage for most electrical equipment from lighting to motors. To get started in your own voltage optimization application, the first step is to monitor and identify your present incoming voltage levels. Read more on how to how to save money through voltage optimization. Read more about how to save money through voltage optimization in our latest Applications Note.

New Wireless Current Data Logger with LCD Screen

CAS DataLoggers Has a System for Any Application

CHESTERLAND OH—January 16, 2014

CAS DataLoggers and MadgeTech have partnered to introduce the new RFCurrent 2000A Wireless Current Data Logger with display, designed to measure and record DC current signals. The data logger can connect directly to low-level DC current sources which makes it ideal for battery usage studies, energy monitoring studies and more. Featuring a digital display, direct USB interface and configurable alarms, the new dataloggers are now available from CAS DataLoggers at a cost-effective price. Read more on our Product Announcement page.