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In-depth Report on Data Logger and Data Acquisition Solutions

Industrial Temperature Data Logging Systems

We’ve put together this quick guide exploring some of the key capabilities of our industrial data loggers which replace labor-intensive and inaccurate manual measurements.

Data Logger vs DAQ

In this White Paper, CAS Data Loggers presents the key similiarties and differences between data loggers and data acquisition systems.

What is a Data Logger?

Understanding Data Logging What is a data logger? The generally accepted answer is that a data logger is an electronic device that autonomously records data from some type of sensor and stores it in local memory with a time and date stamp. Data Loggers are widely used in virtually every industry for a variety of … Continued

Your Guide to Cold Chain Temperature Monitoring

Has your business recently lost Food & Beverage product due to a power failure? Does your company have a Food & Beverage regulation you need to comply with? Do you need to monitor the temperature for your product or in a specific area? Whether you’re a small business owner, warehouse supervisor, or purchasing agent, you … Continued

The 6 Most Important Parts of a Temperature Monitoring System

Guard Critical Products and Processes In the last few years, it’s become increasingly common for hospitals, clinics, healthcare, and life science organizations and other business to use an electronic temperature monitoring system to safeguard their products and satisfy regulatory demands. You may know that you need a monitoring system possibly with alarming capabilities but aren’t … Continued

Energy Efficiency For Food & Beverage Distributors

Unlocking Energy Savings for Daytona Florida Beer Distributor Abstract In 1873 there were approximately 4,131 beer breweries in operation in the United States, and that number declined to almost zero during the prohibition area of 1919-1933. In 1980 only 44 breweries supplied beer to all of America and that steadily grew to 5,301 breweries in … Continued