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Life sciences applications require continual monitoring of incredibly temperature- and time-sensitive materials, including blood, vaccines, tissue samples, new medicines and drugs, and more. Our signature Accsense wireless and wired dataloggers monitor refrigerators, freezers and cryostats 24/7 to safeguard these invaluable goods and provide advanced alarming and messaging functionality to notify personnel the instant that crucial parameters go out of specification. Suitable for measurement of many vital values including temperature, humidity and voltage or current, Accsense systems capture, record and store data for CFR 21 Part 11 compliance reporting. These turnkey systems are designed with ease of installation and use in mind, entirely eliminating the need for IT department or costly training sessions. All data transfers are securely encrypted to meet privacy regulations including HIPAA.

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Pharma Cold Chain Transparency Achieved with UHF RFID Temp Tags

Pharma Cold Chain Transparency Achieved with UHF RFID Temp Tags

Published on July 30, 2014

Manufacturer: CAEN RFID
Measurements: Temperature

Showcasing the use of UHF RFID technology in the pharma cold chain, CAEN RFID products have successfully provided the temperature monitoring solution for Medlog, a subsidiary of pharmaceutical distributor Cooprofar. Medlog considered using UHF RFID temperature loggers for their pharma cold chain to give workers a way to accurately track product temperatures en route to customers.




Monitoring and Alarming Multiple Incubators

Monitoring and Alarming Multiple Incubators

Published on April 24, 2014

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Recently Accsense VersaLog provided the temperature monitoring solution for an in vitro fertilization clinic. Staff needed to log temperature on three stacked automatic injection CO2 incubators used for culturing patients’ embryos. Since simple monitoring and alarming were the main requirements, the clinic didn’t want to purchase an expensive system with more features than they needed.




Data Loggers Monitor & Alarm a Medical R&D Lab

Data Loggers Monitor & Alarm a Medical R&D Lab

Published on November 13, 2013

Manufacturer: VersaLog
Measurements: Ambient Temperature, Thermistor, Thermocouple

Earlier this year CAS DataLoggers provided the temperature monitoring and alarming setup for a medical laboratory requiring monitoring of product and sample temperature within multiple medical storage units. As opposed to an expensive chart recorder, technicians needed affordable multichannel temperature monitoring, portability, and the ability to connect with thermistors as well as thermocouples.




Animal Temperature Monitoring for Conservation and Research

Animal Temperature Monitoring for Conservation and Research

Published on May 28, 2013

Manufacturer: Grant Instruments
Measurements: Ambient Temperature, Humidity, Moisture, Temperature, Thermistor, Thermocouple, Universal

Zoos, shelters, universities and other organizations often need to monitor and record animal temperature for conservation and research. In many of these projects, staff also need temperature alarms for key events like new arrivals, sick animals and other emergencies. At CAS DataLoggers we regularly receive calls from customers working in these applications and help them to find the right data logger. With this in mind, here are three common examples of data collection methods...




Medical Monitoring and Alarming at a Glance

Medical Monitoring and Alarming at a Glance

Published on March 20, 2013

Manufacturer: ECCS Cold Chain Solutions
Measurements: Temperature

In light of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s new guidelines for vaccine storage, pharmacies have an increasing need for automated temperature monitoring and alarming. CAS DataLoggers received a call from a pharmacy director storing childrens’ vaccines who wanted a temperature data logger in line with the latest CDC recommendations. The leading question was, “What have you got that’s easy to use?”




Achieving FDA Compliance in a Small Hospital Blood Bank

Achieving FDA Compliance in a Small Hospital Blood Bank

Published on February 27, 2013

Manufacturer: Accsense Monitoring
Measurements: Temperature

Recently CAS DataLoggers provided an Accsense temperature alarm and monitoring system to a hospital blood bank looking to replace their old paper chart recorders. To keep their refrigerated blood supply in a usable condition, the lab's medical storage units needed to maintain internal temperatures carefully, given the perishability of blood components. The lab technician required a datalogging system that could connect with RTD probes for highly accurate temperature reading...




Remote Temperature Monitoring in a Hospital Morgue

Remote Temperature Monitoring in a Hospital Morgue

Published on August 7, 2012

Manufacturer: Accsense Monitoring
Measurements: Temperature

CAS DataLoggers recently supplied the remote temperature monitoring solution for Euclid Hospital, a Cleveland Clinic member. The hospital’s morgue contained a body cooler which needed to be maintained at 2-8°C (35-46°F) and which also required alarming for full compliance with CAP regulations. As a result the hospital chose Accsense Ethernet dataloggers for an automated temperature monitoring setup.




Differential Pressure and Temperature Monitoring in a Hospital Cleanroom

Differential Pressure and Temperature Monitoring in a Hospital Cleanroom

Published on April 9, 2012

Manufacturer: Accsense Monitoring
Measurements: Air Pressure, Ambient Temperature, Pressure, Temperature

CAS DataLoggers recently provided the wireless pressure and temperature monitoring solution for a hospital maintaining a surgery cleanroom to protect patients from a variety of environmental contaminants. Staff entered and exited through airlocks and were required to wear cleanroom suits before entering. Air blew into the room through HEPA filters to maintain a particulate-free environment, which also had to be maintained at a positive pressure so that in the event of a leak,...




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