CAS DataLoggers has partnered with popular manufacturer dataTaker to offer customers the new dataTaker DT8X Series Intelligent Data Loggers. Get an immediate alarm the moment your values go out of specification. CAS DataLoggers offers customers these stand alone solutions which provides users with many alarming and communications features—here are just seven. Read more on our Product Announcements page.
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Intelligent Data Loggers from dataTaker
CHESTERLAND OH—June 27, 2012
CAS DataLoggers recently supplied the datalogging solution for a major sugar cane grower using a wireless radio link to communicate with a sugar train running on an extensive rail network around the plant. Over time the customer had experienced breakdowns in their communications links which led to expensive inefficiencies in sugar cane collection and transportation. Read more on our Food & Agriculture Applications Notes page.
Using dataTaker Series 3 Intelligent Data Loggers
CHESTERLAND OH—June 19, 2012
CAS DataLoggersrecently provided the datalogging solution for a manufacturer of screw machine products who wanted to track the operating time of the different machines in his shop to see if there were particular machines and operators that were more productive than others. For this project, he wanted to accumulate both the run times and down times over a standard 8-hour work day. However, it was typical for these machines to be down several times during the day for normal operations such as while loading in additional raw material or changing tooling. Read more on our Equipment Monitoring Applications Notes page.
Flexible Solutions Now Featuring Switchable 5-Volt Excitation
CHESTERLAND OH—April 9, 2012
Customers in industrial fields and other applications where low-power operation is a priority are always searching for an ideal device to limit power consumption. Now CAS DataLoggers has partnered with bestselling manufacturer dataTaker to offer customers the new dataTaker Series 3 Intelligent Universal Data Loggers which now have a switchable 5-volt excitation feature to power sensors. This feature provides up to 25 milliamps to power a wide range of analog sensors including pressure transducers, GPS, flowmeters, pulse, and many more. Users can switch this option on and off with a simple command to preserve power, for example when operating their data loggers on batteries. Read the entire article on our product announcement page.
Using the Bestselling Data Logging Solutions from dataTaker
CHESTERLAND OH—April 5, 2012
To download data from dataTaker dataloggers for viewing in Excel, first connect to the dEX web server in the dataTaker by typing the IP address (as given on the data logger’s display) into your browser. Click on the ‘Monitor the Logger’ button on the homepage, which brings up the main monitor window. Now click on the ‘Retrieve Data’ button on the left-hand side. Read the entire article on our dataTaker Technical Articles page.
Rugged dataTaker DT80M Features Integrated 2G/3G Cellular Modem
CHESTERLAND OH—February 21, 2012
CAS DataLoggers has teamed up with popular manufacturer dataTaker to offer customers the new DT80M Intelligent Universal Input Data Logger, comprehensive data acquisition system featuring the same functionality as the bestselling DT80 model but adding a built-in 2G/3G cellular modem allowing users remote access and automated data transfers to email or FTP. Read the entire article on our product announcement page.
Setup Ease of Programming with dataTaker Intelligent Dataloggers
CHESTERLAND OH—February 9, 2012
OnInsert jobs offer users a convenient backup on USB stick when working with the popular dataTaker line of intelligent dataloggers. When done writing the program in dEX, you run the command and it creates a USB stick program to reprogram the dataTaker, and if you lose the program you can always just insert the USB in the front of the logger. This tech article will guide you through the process of OnInsert job creation to set up this convenient programming feature. Read the entire guide on our technical article page.