Tag Archive: wireless dataloggers

T&D Introduces New 3G Cellular-Connected Base Station

RTR-500MBS-A is Ideal for Transmitting Data via Mobile Networks

CHESTERLAND OH—April 20, 2015

Together with T&D Corporation we’re proud to announce the new Mobile Base Station RTR-500MBS-A which supports all Remote Units in the RTR-500 Series. This new wireless datalogger can be used anywhere in a 3G coverage area, enabling data collection and monitoring without a LAN or PCs. Read more on our Product Announcement page at http://bit.ly/1aKC4K4.

Paragon Introduces New Wireless Specialty Sensors

Measuring Voltage, Vibration, Pressure and more!

CHESTERLAND OH—April 8, 2015

Paragon Robotics introduces an all-new range of wireless dataloggers for specialty applications. At CAS DataLoggers we offer the full range of Paragon products—give our Application Specialists a call at (800) 956-4437 today! Read more on our latest Sensors page.

Paragon Robotics Introduces New Super-Gateways

Cost-Effective Cloud Products

CHESTERLAND OH—March 24, 2015

Paragon Robotics is proud to announce its all-new Super Gateways featuring Modbus, WiFi and Cellular communication. These gateways measure a wide range of HVAC and environmental values. Read more about the new Super Gateway models at http://www.dataloggerinc.com/content/news/press_releases/857/paragon_robotics_introduces_new_super-gateways/.

We Supply Custom Modbus Data Logging Systems

CAS DataLoggers Offers Simple and Robust Monitoring Solutions
CHESTERLAND OH—July 14, 2014

Can’t find a data logging system that meets your I/O requirements? Do you need a distributed system to monitor multiple points spread across a factory floor or several buildings? At CAS DataLoggers we can custom-configure a monitoring system for your application using Modbus-based devices. Just give us a call at 1-800-956-4437 and we can help you select the best datalogger for your project. Read more about these flexible and robust data logging systems on our new Press Release page.

CAS DataLoggers Introduces New Wireless HVAC Solutions

Cloud-based Data Loggers Monitor Temperature and More

CAS DataLoggers is entering the commercial & industrial motion sensor market with all-new wireless HVAC solutions monitoring ambient temperature, humidity, AC current, voltage, 4-20mA signals, light/motion and more. Complete with a Cloud storage service and free software, these wireless data acquisition products are priced lower than many existing devices. Read more about our new product line on our Press Release page.

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.

Monitoring and Alarming Water Leaks in a Library Basement

CAS DataLoggers supplied the monitoring and alarming solution for a library’s basement record storage area that required a wireless datalogger to detect when water leaked in during seasonal rains. This device needed alarming capabilities to send instant email notification and text messages while still fitting into the library’s modest budget. Read more on our Environmental Monitoring Applications Notes page.

Wireless Monitoring System Protects Server Storage Centers

Temperature, Humidity, and Pulse Monitoring Keep Servers Safe
CHESTERLAND OH—August 1, 2012

Businesses using server storage rooms often suffer data loss or permanent equipment damage due to high temperatures, high/low humidity levels, and water leakage. To help safeguard server racks, CAS DataLoggers offers its Wireless Temperature and Humidity Data Loggers and Wireless Pulse Data Loggers which combine to give users a versatile automated monitoring system to guard against several threats to their systems. Read more on our Product Announcements page.

The Basics of Signal Attenuation

Maximize Signal Range and Wireless Monitoring Capability
CHESTERLAND OH—July 12, 2012

Wireless monitoringAttenuation is a reduction of signal strength during transmission, such as when sending data collected through automated monitoring. Attenuation is represented in decibels (dB), which is ten times the logarithm of the signal power at a particular input divided by the signal power at an output of a specified medium. Read more on our White Papers page.