CAS DataLoggers Provides Glycol Bottles for Medical Monitoring

Lascar's EasyLog WiFi Temperature Probe Data Logger

CHESTERLAND OH — CAS DataLoggers and Lascar are now providing glycol bottles for the Lascar EasyLog WiFi Temperature Probe Data Logger. This new wireless recorder can be used in a wide range of remote temperature monitoring applications to record, save and display data. Our glycol bottles help stabilize the readings in medical monitoring needs, in line with CDC guidelines for vaccine storage. Highly accurate, easy to use, and budget-friendly, this new data logger gives you WiFi capability as well as automated alarming to safeguard your products. Go wireless today!

When medical refrigerators and freezers are opened too often, their internal temperature readings become unstable which can make staff miss an actual alarm situation leading to product loss. To prevent this, you can use a bottle of ethylene or propylene glycol to buffer the probe and level out its temperature readings. Insulating the sensor this way helps to remove these temperature spikes, making the temperature you see more closely show your product's actual temperature. This helps protect your valuable vaccines from fridge failures and other critical events.

The WiFi datalogger has a thermistor probe recording the surrounding temperature from -40 to +125°C (-40 to +257°F), and its built-in display shows its current temperature reading. Setup features include logging in either Celcius or Fahrenheit, a user-selectable sample rate, and high/low alarm configuration.

The data logger sends all its data over the WiFi network to a PC where it's available to view at any time using its FREE software package.

During setup, the temperature logger uses its sensor to find an existing wireless network while it’s physically connected to a PC. Afterward it will perform standalone recording anywhere within network range, and the sensor range can be increased by using WiFi extenders. In the event of a temporarily connectivity loss with the network, the sensor will keep taking readings until it is able to communicate with the PC application again.

This low-powered battery datalogger operates on a rechargeable internal lithium polymer battery which can be quickly recharged via a PC or USB +5V wall adapter using the included USB lead. The control software is a FREE download and is compatible with Windows XP, Vista and 7 (including 64-bit operating systems). When installed on a PC, the software enables set-up, data logging and data review. Once configured, you can view historic data via the graphing tool or export it to Excel.

Able to fit into most budgets, these standalone data loggers provide a user-friendly solution for temperature data recording.

For more information on the new Lascar WiFi Temperature Probe Datalogger, other economical temperature dataloggers, or to find the ideal solution for your application-specific needs, contact a CAS Data Logger Applications Specialist at (800) 956-4437 or visit the website at   

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12628 Chillicothe Road

Chesterland, Ohio 44026

(440) 729-2570

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