Tag Archive: isodaq

Log2Net—Rainfall Logging System Monitors in Real-Time

Isodaq Log2Net Rainfall Logging System

CHESTERLAND, OH—February 15, 2016

The Isodaq Log2Net rainfall logging RTU records measurements logged at remote sites for real-time monitoring applications. At the heart of the Isodaq solution is the Isodaq Tadpole GPRS data logger which connects to a choice of raingauges. Read more about our remote telemetry systems on our Water Applications Note page.

Borehole Monitoring in an Observation Well

Isodaq RTU Automatically Transmits Data to PC via GSM/GPRS

CHESTERLAND, OH—September 14, 2015

CAS DataLoggers has provided the datalogging solution for a municipal authority collecting hydrologic data from an observation well. The facility’s technician wanted a hydrometric remote telemetry unit which could connect to his SDI-12 output flow meter and water level sensors. Read more about his use of the Isodaq Frog RX RTU in our latest Hydrologic Applications Note.

Isodaq—the Standard in Remote Telemetry!

Environmental Data Loggers Automatically Transmit Data to your PC

CHESTERLAND OH—July 27, 2015

Do you need a remote telemetry unit (RTU) to measure water, weather or to record other environmental data? Isodaq telemetry & data logging systems are ideal for remote monitoring including GPRS data loggers for connection with flow meters, tipping rain gauges and weather stations. Read more on our Enviro Monitoring Press Release page.

Remote Telemetry Units for Water Applications

SDI-12 Sensor Connection and GPRS Data Transmission Lower Costs

CHESTERLAND OH—May 12, 2015

Here at CAS DataLoggers we receive calls in spring and summer from customers working in the hydrologic or meteorological industry who need to measure rainfall and set flood warning alarms. This is a common application to lower deployment costs and reduce site visits. Read more on our latest Water & Wastewater Applications Note page.

Isodaq Releases New Version of Harvest Software

Download the Upgraded Version of Harvest and Pocket Harvest

CHESTERLAND OH—March 5, 2015

Isodaq and CAS DataLoggers are pleased to announce a new version of Harvest and Pocket Harvest software. The main changes in Version 3.5.5 include support for the new Tadpole R2 datalogger and the addition of new SDI-12 sensor configurations. Learn more on our Latest News page.

Environmental GSM GPRS Data Logger Saves Time and Cost

SDI-12 Data Loggers with Up to 16 Channel Inputs

To save organizations time and cost, Isodaq introduces all-new versions of the Tadpole GSM GPRS Data Logger. Tadpole loggers provide the functionality of a Remote Telemetry Unit (RTU) at a fraction of the cost. Read more about the Tadpole on our latest Environmental Product Announcement page.

CAS DataLoggers to Attend USGS Water Data Conference

Introducing Isodaq Data Loggers: Lower Your Deployment Costs!
CHESTERLAND OH—September 5, 2014

CAS DataLoggers will be attending this year’s USGS National Water Data Conference held September 8-11 in Kansas City (Marriott Downtown), Missouri. The conference coincides with the North American product launch of Isodaq dataloggers. Ideal for data collection in hydrologic applications, all Isodaq monitoring systems deliver the data directly to your desktop. Read more on our Upcoming Events page.

Telemetry Solution Sends Rainfall Intensity Data Online

Frog RX Rain Gauge Data Logger Sends Data over GSM/GPRS
CHESTERLAND OH—July 9, 2014

CAS DataLoggers has just provided the hydrometric monitoring solution for a meteorologist manning a weather station measuring local rainfall intensity over the summer. Previously he had been looking at a combination data logger and sensor but that product lacked a way to remotely send data directly to his desktop. We supplied the solution-the Frog RX Remote Data Logger. Read more about this hydrologic application on our Water and Wastewater Applications Notes page.

Water Quality Monitoring Using a Telemetry Data Logger

Recently CAS DataLoggers provided Isodaq Frog RX dataloggers as a water quality monitoring solution to a municipal water department which needed to record dissolved oxygen (DO) concentrations in several ponds and slow-moving rivers to determine the health of aquatic life. The customer wanted to take early measures to comply with EPA regulations and help protect local fish. Read more on our Environmental Applications Notes page.

CAS DataLoggers Visits England

This week CAS DataLoggers visits England–Sales Manager Pete Martin and Engineering Manager Terry Nagy are visiting the corporate headquarters of environmental datalogger manufacturer Isodaq. They’ll also be stopping to see the latest vehicle datalogging developments at Influx Technology. These versatile products are now available in North America through CAS DataLoggers at cost-effective prices. Read more about these products on our News page.