Tag Archive: wireless dataloggers

3 Steps to Connect and Properly Scale a 0-5V Signal to an A1-09 Accsense Pod

Completely Automated Wireless Monitoring and Archiving

Accsense A1-09 Wireless Voltage Data LoggerMany CAS DataLoggers customers utilize Accsense A1-09 Wireless Voltage Data Loggers to record and monitor voltage for their critical applications in healthcare, health sciences, and research and manufacturing. These wireless data logger pods are specifically designed to hook up to 6 analog inputs, allowing an increase in the number of sensors per pod and significantly reducing the user’s cost per measurement. This brief technical guide outlines the 3 easy steps needed to connect and properly scale 0-5V signals to these devices. All you’ll require is the Accsense A1-09 pod itself and up to 6 sensors with 0-5V outputs. Read more on our Accsense Technical Articles page.

CAS DataLoggers Hires New Applications Specialist

Personnel and Sales Growth Continue in May

CAS DataloggersCAS DataLoggers is proud to announce it has recently hired an additional Applications Specialist to better serve customers and address an increased sales volume. Anthony Boyer comes to CAS DataLoggers with 18 years of successful sales experience. He has an undergraduate business degree from Kent State University and a Master’s Degree in MBA at Baldwin-Wallace. Anthony joins an experienced sales team of trained Applications Analysts with a combined 100 years of electrical engineering experience, offering customers monitoring systems from trusted manufacturers including dataTaker, Accsense, T&D, Grant, AEMC, and many more. Read more on our general news page.

HVAC Power Metering Using Pulse Data Loggers

T&D RTR-505-P Wireless Pulse Dataloggers
CHESTERLAND OH—February 20, 2012

CAS DataLoggers recently supplied the wireless datalogging solution for an HVAC contractor who needed to perform power monitoring for their client’s 25 HVAC systems installed in a strip mall. The owner began searching for a compact yet cost-effective datalogging device that could connect to most commercially-available power meters to measure the pulse output. Read the entire article on our applications note page.

CAS DataLoggers Introduces Pulse Data Logger for HVAC Power Metering

T&D Wireless Dataloggers Form an Economical Solution
CHESTERLAND OH—February 20, 2012

Customers are increasingly looking for datalogging solutions for their HVAC energy monitoring projects in conjunction with recording several parameters including temperature, humidity, energy usage, and more. Accommodating customers’ power metering needs, CAS DataLoggers has partnered with high-quality manufacturer T&D to introduce the T&D RTR-505P Wireless Pulse Datalogger. Measuring voltage signals from 0 to 27V with a pulse response, this logger features wireless capability and a large 16,000 reading storage capacity so users can keep logging for extended periods. Read the entire article on our product announcement page.

New T&D Graph Software Beta Available for Download

Data Management and Analysis Software for T&D Data Loggers
CHESTERLAND OH—February 2, 2012

CAS DataLoggers in partnership with high-quality manufacturer T&D has announced the new release of a beta version of the popular T&D Graph software for data management and analysis. This graphing utility software is compatible with most T&D products and offers users new features including inserting shapes, posting comments and memos on graphs, and accessing logged data stored on T&D’s WebStorage Service. The new beta is available free for download directly from the manufacturer’s site at http://www.tandd.com/support/download/software/TD_graph.html. Read the entire article on our general news page.