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Temperature measurements are among the most common data logging applications found across a broad variety of industries including cold chains, medical monitoring, and more. In our latest White Paper, CAS DataLoggers covers the basics of solid-state temperature sensors and how they might benefit your application.
Vibration monitoring is a major machine monitoring application with a focus on fault diagnosis, one with a significant area for savings. CAS DataLoggers outlines the basic techniques and software features of vibration measurement.
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 convert a thermistor sensor’s resistance to temperature.
A Data Logger is an ideal device to record environmental data in museums. This white paper covers the basics of environmental monitoring and how it helps curators to protect their collections.
This white paper explains power factor and how to correct your PF for substantial savings and greater equipment efficiency.
BTUs are a widely-used metric for energy production and in solar HVAC system financing. BTU data can represent significant savings. In our latest White Paper, CAS DataLoggers outlines the definition, measurement and benefits of BTUs.
If you’re a facilities technician or engineer, you can use a data logger (aka data acquisition system) to identify energy savings areas. These devices can measure and record many different values including current, voltage etc. In this latest White Paper, CAS DataLoggers outlines the basics of how datalogger users can monitor energy usage as part of an energy audit.
Portable data acquisition systems are convenient solutions used to log data and monitor temperature and other values in industrial and laboratory applications. In this latest CAS DataLoggers White Paper, we examine the key factors to consider when deciding on a DAQ system for your specific application.
While water level loggers have become the data collection instrument of choice for an increasing number of hydrologists, the product choices available today can make it difficult to determine which product is right. This report from CAS DataLoggers can help you choose the right products for your needs.
One of the most common automatic control methods is the Proportional-plus-Integral-and-Derivative (PID) controller. In this white paper CAS DataLoggers shows how the architecture of ADwin data acquisition and control systems makes them well-suited for PID applications.