CAS DataLoggers has developed an improved version of the E1-16 external battery pack for its Accsense monitoring systems. The new battery pack has a convenient new design enabling users to replace batteries from the front of the unit without needing to remove it from its mounting.
Enabling extended operation for the Accsense wireless A1 series, the E1-16 pack is available at: Accsense data loggers can monitor temperature, humidity, current, voltage, light, or vibration—nearly any value an application requires.
The E1-16 battery pack is compatible with all Accsense wireless pods and extends their battery life up to two to three years (batteries not included). The battery pack plugs into the pod in place of an AC adaptor.
The A1-13 wireless temperature data logger can handle up to three RTD inputs for accurate multi-point monitoring. Each A1-13 wireless sensor pod features an internal ambient temperature sensor monitoring a temperature range of –40° to +70° C (–40° to 158° F) at high accuracy. The datalogger also has two digital inputs for connection to a range of digital sensors.
Combined with the Accsense B1-06 wireless data logger gateway, these wireless data loggers offer users a temperature monitoring and alarming system that sends all recorded temperature data online for long-term storage and analysis. Accsense automated monitoring is much less expensive, more reliable, and offers data archiving and regulatory documentation. All Accsense needs is an RJ45 Ethernet connection with open Internet access so facilities don’t need to install wiring.
Operating on battery or AC power, Accsense dataloggers bridge the connection between critical data and the Internet. The B1-06 gateway features built-in 10/100BaseT Ethernet and can support as many as 16 temperature sensor pods, with a wireless range of 250 feet unobstructed and 90 feet indoors.
The B1-06 wireless gateway includes free software with no extra installation required. Users work with a customizable interface with dashboards of the most recent measurements from all sensor pods. Instant access is provided to charts depicting measurement history with ranges as narrow as five minutes or as wide as 90 days. Measurement data can also be downloaded for offline analysis, and users can allow password-protected, limited access to specified personnel.
Using an online monitoring plan with each gateway, users can plot measurement history, analyze tabular measurements, and set alarms to watch data. Values are updated in real-time. Secure servers can also send out voice, text, or email alerts to inform users when a temperature reading falls out of range. The same alarm can even be sent to multiple locations.
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