CAS Data Loggers will be exhibiting at PITTCON March 14 – 17, 2011 in Atlanta, GA. Their expanding product offering allows them to partner with Grant Instruments at booth #2116 and TandD Instruments at booth #4923. You can visit CAS at booth #5072. (more…)
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Producing quality seed corn takes much more than planting and harvesting. Agricultural producers understand how the time and temperature during the drying cycle of seed corn affects product quality and energy consumption. After analyzing a specific application, CAS Data Logger specialists recommended the Accsense Monitoring System which included the B1-06 Gateway and the A1-13 Sensor Pod for temperature monitoring and data recording.
Consequences of insufficiently drying the seed include, molding of seed and wasted energy. Much of the cycle requires time-temperature graphs to optimize the drying operations. The Accsense Monitoring System allows data recording and alarming if the temperature falls below or exceeds the temperature limits required to produce a quality product.
Data logging and monitoring with the Accsense Monitoring System allows the customer to monitor multiple silos concurrently. It also allows drying operators the ability to access data from any web browser at any time eliminating undue stress. Because this operation is seasonal, the equipment has a longer life span as long as it is maintained in a protected environment against weather elements.
For Data Acquisition & Control, Data Logging & Remote Monitoring Applications, contact a CAS Data Logger Solution Analyst for application specific solutions.
Among the new updates and additions to CAS DataLoggers, they have now added a data logger blog to discuss new product lines, product line revisions, personnel changes, trade show events and newsletter releases. Pete Martin, Senior Partner stated “CAS is aggressively growing in leaps and bounds. Our staff and product experts are very enthusiastic about the product lines we currently (more…)
Pest Control, Bed Bugs & Temperature Monitoring? Remote Monitoring Ensures Proper Temperature Management
Recently the concern of Cimex Letularius “Bed Bugs” has been on the rise. Exterminators and pest control companies continue to battle the dilemma of monitoring the temperature during the extermination process. CAS DataLoggers has been on the forefront by offering temperature monitoring equipment that validates the extermination temperature was reached and held per specification.
For the heat treatment process to be effective, a room must be heated to between 131°F and 150°F for 30 to 50 minutes. The room must be sealed off to ensure heat does not escape during the heat treatment and disrupt the process. It is critical not to exceed the necessary time to accomplish the task or raising the temperature too quickly nor over-heating the room. CAS recommended a solution with remote monitoring and data logging.
Together the RTR-501 Data Logger and the RTR-500 Base Station allow the user to monitor and record temperature data remotely. Users are able to view live information immediately upon complete installation of the RTR 501 and RTR-500 data logging system. Once connected, alarms can be set to warn the user of the room’s temperature if it exceeds a minimum or maximum value sending out text messages, emails and on screen alerts.
For further solutions for temperature monitoring, contact CAS DataLogger Solution Analysts for application specific designs. Pricing will be based on individual application needs and required results.
The Simple Logger® II Model L404 is a four channel event data logger. It is a cost effective, advanced design data logger incorporating features and functions not found in data loggers costing 2 to 3 times its price. Event data is stored only as the event occurs. It works with dry contact closure or 0-3 and 0-5VDC logic levels. (more…)
A CAS Data Logger customer held to these requirements also wanted to monitor the data from multiple sites from a single, corporate location. dataTaker DT80 units were selected for the solution. Each DT80 could monitor up to 4 extruders. (more…)
Solar Energy has become one of the main sources of renewable energy. Creating your own reliable source of power may definitely outweigh other resources; however, the critical element of installation and continuous performance has a major effect on the overall benefits of Solar Energy. CAS DataLoggers has configured wireless temperature recorder systems incorporating sensor pods to monitor data from multiple solar power facilities simultaneously. (more…)