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Published on June 18, 2013
A company specializing in installing compressors contacted CAS DataLoggers looking for a small but powerful datalogger that field personnel could use to measure the runtime and current consumption on a wide range of their compressors. This system also needed to be user-friendly so that the company’s field engineer wouldn’t have to spend long hours learning how to program it.
Published on June 14, 2013
CAS DataLoggers management is currently visiting bestselling data acquisition system manufacturer Jager at its facility south of Frankfurt, Germany. CAS DataLoggers Sales Manager Pete Martin and Technical Support Engineer Terry Nagy have made the trip to get advance information about Jager’s upcoming products to continue supplying customers with cutting-edge technology in any control application.
Published on June 13, 2013
Applications Objective: To monitor the performance of one or two of North Atlantic Industries’ DC-DC Converter products over the temperature range of approximately -60C to +80C using a dataTaker DT85 intelligent data logger provided by CAS DataLoggers. Each unit under test (UUT) produces nine (9) voltages that need to be monitored and recorded approximately once a minute. In the event that any of these voltages goes outside of a +/-3% window, it must be noted.
Published on June 12, 2013
Users who need to monitor environmental temperature conditions need a portable data logger, but as always, accuracy and affordability are important considerations for any business or organization. For these applications CAS DataLoggers and Grant offer the Squirrel Universal Portable Data Logger, a popular standalone logger featuring universal inputs for connection to a wide variety of sensors.
Published on June 11, 2013
In April, CAS DataLoggers provided the temperature alarming system for Southern Wine and Spirits of America, Inc., the leading wine and spirits wholesaler in the U.S.A. Southern supplies hotels, restaurants and more--they even keep the party going in Las Vegas. Last year, their Vegas facility's kitchen had a few fridge and freezer failures, which is always a risk with any storage units. After this, staff called CAS DataLoggers requesting a wireless datalogging system which co...
Published on June 10, 2013
Technicians and engineers often use thermistors to log temperature in applications which require increased accuracy for more demanding projects. To accomplish this, they use the Steinhart–Hart equation to get much more precise readings across the sensors’ temperature ranges. Users most commonly work with it in applications measuring water or machine temperatures. As part of our free tech support, we at CAS Data Loggers often provide help in this area for customers.
Published on June 4, 2013
While grounding can prevent and resolve many power issues, it can also create serious issues of its own. One of the most common problems is known as ground loop feedback--often resulting when different electrical circuits are powering a system and its peripherals. This can also be a seasonal issue as hot dry temperatures can create signal noise for equipment end users, so the Application Specialists at CAS DataLoggers have put together this brief introduction to help reduce o...
Published on June 4, 2013
Since 2001, CAS DataLoggers has supplied high-performance data acquisition and control systems to customers in almost every industry. Our ADwin real-time DAQ systems are especially ideal for intelligent data acquisition and control applications. By utilizing the programmability of the ADwin’s local CPU, users can run real-time datalogging and/or control programs with extremely fast execution speeds in the kHz to MHz range.
Published on June 3, 2013
Workers managing temperature in frozen transport and storage, HVAC environmental monitoring, and checking instrumentation and machinery need a quick way to archive and alarm their projects. For these applications, CAS DataLoggers offers a low-cost range of Infrared Data Loggers designed to measure and record a variety of values. Now you can capture all your data without any physical connection, all for a fraction of the cost of complicated alarming systems.
Published on May 29, 2013
CAS DataLoggers has just completed the transition to a new server for our Accsense data loggers, ensuring improved service reliability for our customers who depend on its text message and voice alarms every day to protect their high-value product such as perishable food, childrens’ vaccines, or any temperature-sensitive product.
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