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Displaying 1 - 9 of 9 articles authored by: Robin Deissinger

Exciting Possibilities for CR310 Users

Author: Robin Deissinger | Last Updated: 01/11/2017 | Comments: 0

In this short interview, Sam Utley, the product manager for the new CR310, tells us about the enhanced functionality this datalogger provides and why he feels the CR310 offers exciting possibilities for our customers. Sam is a member of the Product Management (PM) team at... read more

The Most Rugged Air Temp/RH Sensor We Know of: the EE181

Author: Robin Deissinger | Last Updated: 12/14/2016 | Comments: 0

In this interview, Chod Stephens, the product manager for the new EE181-L, tells us why this new sensor is ideal for Campbell Scientific customers with deployment sites in extreme environments. Chod is the Technical Product Manager for the Environmental Group at Campbell Scientific, Inc. He... read more

6 Tips to Protect Your Weather Station from Birds

Author: Robin Deissinger | Last Updated: 05/25/2016 | Comments: 0

You’ve got your weather station set up and running, your data is coming across just fine, and then a bird decides your station is a wonderful place to make a home. That’s great for the bird, but not so great for the performance of your... read more

10+ Reasons to Be Excited about the New CR300 Datalogger

Author: Robin Deissinger | Last Updated: 03/16/2016 | Comments: 3

In this short interview, Kevin Rhodes, the product manager for the new CR300, tells us how this new datalogger will be helpful to Campbell Scientific customers and why he thinks the CR300 is a great value. Kevin is the Director of Product Management at Campbell... read more

Website Redesign Offers Better Device Experience

Author: Robin Deissinger | Last Updated: 12/16/2015 | Comments: 0

Have you found it somewhat difficult to navigate our website on a mobile device? Have you been a little bit frustrated by web pages that didn’t resize correctly to fit your device’s screen? To address these issues, our Web Development and Communications team has been busy... read more

Meet Our 2015 Photo Contest Winners

Author: Robin Deissinger | Last Updated: 10/28/2015 | Comments: 4

We asked our integrators, those folks who sell and install our products, to send us their best photos of Campbell Scientific equipment operating in the field. From all of their submissions, we selected a photo from Western Weather Group as the first-place winner. Runners-up photo... read more

New President’s Commitment to Customers and Employees

Author: Robin Deissinger | Last Updated: 09/30/2015 | Comments: 0

Have you heard that Campbell Scientific, Inc., has a new president? Are you curious as to what changes might be coming as a result? In this short interview, we learn about the man who will be leading our company forward. Get to Know Rob Campbell On... read more

Automatic Water Sampler Maintenance Tips

Author: Robin Deissinger | Last Updated: 07/29/2015 | Comments: 0

If you use automatic water-sampling equipment, consider performing a maintenance check-up during the month of August, which is National Water Quality Month in the U.S. When you perform a maintenance check-up, you can help ensure that your equipment is operating at an optimal level and that you... read more

Welcome to the Campbell Scientific Blog

Author: Robin Deissinger | Last Updated: 05/29/2015 | Comments: 0

Which of these sounds like you? I need help with the basic stuff. How do I know what kind of measurement equipment I need? When I get it, how do I set it up correctly? I need programming help. How do I make sure I'm getting... read more


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