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How Fast Should You Sample on Your Thermocouples?

At CAS DataLoggers our customers often call in to ask us how often they should set their data loggers to sample for their particular projects. While this can vary based on what you’re monitoring, we have useful recommendations to help you save device memory and time spent going through the data when you’re done. Taken … Continued

Achieving FDA Compliance in a Small Hospital Blood Bank

Accsense Automates Your Temperature Monitoring and Alarming Recently CAS DataLoggers provided the temperature alarming and monitoring system to a hospital blood bank looking to replace their old paper chart recorders as they became unreliable and spare parts were harder to find. To keep their refrigerated blood supply in a usable condition, the lab’s medical units … Continued

Wireless Environmental Monitoring In a Tortoise Sanctuary

Keeping Animals Safe in a Friend-ly California Animal Shelter Photos courtesy of Dave Friend Application Background: CAS DataLoggers is proud to have recently provided the data logging solution to Dave Friend, owner of the Ojai Sulcata Project Inc. in Ojai, California, which rescues and researches the massive Sulcata tortoise. These tough turtles are native to … Continued

Using a dataTaker Data Logger to Scan Bar Codes for QA

Intelligent Automated dataTaker Systems Record Serial Data CAS DataLoggers receives many calls from manufacturers who need a data logging solution for quality assurance purposes. A common project involves scanning bar codes on products coming off of manufacturing lines. For these jobs, our Applications Specialists usually recommend a cost-effective monitoring solution: our dataTaker data loggers including … Continued

Proving Best Practices in Fruit and Vegetable Transport

Accsense VersaLog for Humidity and Temperature Monitoring Recently CAS DataLoggers provided its Accsense VersaLog Temperature Monitoring and Alarming System to a shipper exporting its fruit and vegetables to remote distribution centers and markets. Most of this product was extremely temperature-sensitive and could easily spoil or be otherwise contaminated. Therefore, it was essential to alarm these … Continued