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  • Conveyor Oven Time Monitor with Over-Heating Alarm
    An oven monitor displaying the "tunnel" time in minutes and seconds. The tunnel time is defined. as the time it takes for the heated object on the conveyor to travel from point A to point B in the. application diagram below. A visual indicator should activate if the tunnel time rises above
  • Data Loggers Monitor & Alarm a Medical R&D Lab
    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
  • Transit agency gets new monitoring and alarm system on sump pump station
    A transit agency needed to automate its fare. collection system for better efficiency. As part of the automation project, the agency also wanted to monitor other station events to simplify the job for booth personnel.
  • Wireless Monitoring and Alarming System for IVF Incubators
    CAS DataLoggers has recently provided the medical monitoring and alarm system for an in vitro fertilization clinic which needed a wireless setup to monitor and alarm several incubators. Staff need to maintain the incubators at a constant temperature of 37oC (99oF) and a relative humidity of 99%
  • Detecting Shaft Slowdown with a Zero Speed Switch
    A Speed Switch is used on Bucket Elevator Legs to monitor conveyor belt speed. In the event that the speed drops below the trip point, a relay can be used to provide equipment shut down and/or alarm.
  • Remote UMTS Access Enables Remote Monitoring for Water Treatment Plant
    CAS DataLoggers recommends the solution to achieve convenient, permanent access to remote treatment systems and to closely monitor the equipment's performance. As a form of insurance while renting out equipment, instant alarm notifications are required whenever system performance is degrading.
  • Using Current Monitoring for Load Analysis
    , but many times it is helpful to be able to monitor the performance of motor loads. Current monitors are used to provide inputs to building automation systems or alarm circuits.
  • Tracking Toothpaste Levels in a Storage Tank
    CAS DataLoggers recently worked with a large consumer products company that produces toothpaste in one of its plants. At the moment they were in the process of setting up a vendor-managed just-in-time (JIT) inventory control system to monitor usage of one of the key components in the toothpaste
  • Vibration Monitoring Sensors - efector Octavis System Makes Real-Time Machine Maintenance Easy
    element bearing failures and rotor unbalance conditions. The device continuously monitors a machine's operating condition through vibration analysis. Octavis has the processing capability to analyze a vibration signature and to predict failures in advance by sending an alarm output signal to a PLC
  • Wireless Gas Detection in Chemical Industry
    A chemical plant in the Houston , TX area was adjacent to a residential area. This plant was required to monitor these residential areas remotely for Sulfur Dioxide. The safety engineer determined eight monitoring points were needed and that each monitoring point should have two alarm levels
  • Medical Device Link . Selecting Proper Audio Components for Medical Electronics
    that a patient is stable or to alert staff that care must be administered. Audio components can also emit sound to monitor air cleanliness, act as an alarm in case of emergency, or signify completed treatment. Because of the diverse uses of audio components in the medical industry, it is important
  • Making PCs and Monitors Function Safely in Explosive Environments
    these enclosures is to keep electronics that have the potential of producing sparks or high temperatures isolated in explosive environments. This is accomplished by placing the electronics (PC or monitor) in a stainless steel (Nema 4x) enclosure that is sealed against entry to the outside atmosphere
  • Bulk Material Combustion Warning Systems (.pdf)
    of the area being monitored. This clearly shows hot spots on a remote video or PC monitor in real time and triggers an alarm. This application flyer describes how these systems can be designed and used to save hundreds of thousands of dollars by preventing loss before a fire happens.

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