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DCS400-09 Global Industrial General Tools & Instruments Co. Llc Not Provided General Tools Dcs400-09 The Seekertm 400 Wireless Data Logging Video Inspection System
DCS400 Global Industrial General Tools & Instruments Co. Llc Not Provided General Tools Dcs400 The Seekertm 400 Wireless Data Logging Video Inspection System
DCS1800ART Global Industrial General Tools & Instruments Co. Llc Not Provided General Tools Dcs1800art Wireless Data Logging Video Borescope System - Articulating
DCS400 Tequipment.Net General Not Provided THE SEEKER 400 WIRELESS DATA LOGGING VIDEO INSPECTION SYSTEM
DCS1800ART Tequipment.Net General Not Provided ARTICULATING, WIRELESS, DATA LOGGING VIDEO BORESCOPE SYSTEM
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  • Wireless Environmental Monitoring In a Tortoise Sanctuary
    CAS DataLoggers is proud to have recently provided the wireless data logging solution to Dave Friend, owner of the Ojai Sulcata Project Inc. in Ojai, California, which rescues and researches the massive Sulcata tortoise. With a lifespan of 60 to 100 years, Sulcatas are native to Africa's Sahara
  • Growing Trends In Data Logging Capabilities
    Recently the market has seen an increased interest in smaller models of battery-powered data loggers featuring wireless communications interfaces. These convenient systems rely on proprietary wireless protocols to provide the best mix of range and battery life, often lasting a full year or more.
  • Wireless Bridge Surveying via GPRS
    Many logging applications are in remote sites with no available internet or long range transmission options available. GPRS offers world-wide accessibility to data. A civil engineering company wanted to measure the inclination of 4 points on a bridge and log the data and retrieve it remotely
  • Fumigating Flour Silos Using Real-Time Temperature Monitoring
    CAS DataLoggers recently provided the real-time wireless data logging solution for the Bay State Milling Company in Indiantown, Florida, a food processing company serving Central and South Florida producing baking flour in bulk and packaged products. The flour mill's stringent Integrated Pest
  • To infinity ... and beyond!
    motor. Photo: Tom Tschida, NASA Marshall Flight Center FiveCo developed the mechanical hardware, electronics, motion and radio control, consumption management, and PC software interface for the EADS minirover that was powered by wireless-energy transfer via laser. The key spec FiveCo designers

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