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Execution of this download installs the CR1000 Operating System and Compiler on your computer. It also updates the CR1000 support files for the CRBasic Editor.
Note: This OS has crossed the 2 Meg CR1000 size limit for remote download. The OS must be downloaded to the 2 Meg CR1000 via direct connect with the Device Configuration Utility. All OS download methods are supported by the 4 Meg CR1000.
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Device Configuration Utility v.2.10
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A software utility used to download operating systems and set up Campbell Scientific hardware. Also will update PakBus Graph and the Network Planner if they have been installed prior by another Campbell Scientific software package.
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Each CS616-L connects to a single-ended analog input channel, so a maximum of 16 CS616-L reflectometers may be connected to the wiring panel of a CR1000. For more than 16,... read more
Yes. The PeriodAvg() CRBasic instruction may be used to measure the CS625-L on a CR1000, CR800-series, or CR3000 datalogger. To make this work, it is important that the Threshold parameter... read more
Use the full-bridge instruction, BrFull(). An example program for the CR1000 can be found in the “Datalogger Programming” section of the “ST350 Strain Transducer Instruction Manual.”
Single-ended channels are typically used when it is desirable to use fewer channels and the cable length is shorter—less than 6.1 m (20 ft). Differential channels are preferable when the... read more
Standard RTMC cannot send email alerts, but with a CR800, CR850, CR1000, or CR3000, the datalogger can generate an email message at the same time it is taking measurements and... read more
Yes. The CR1000 can measure eight PT100 sensors with a 3WHB10K terminal input module. The measurement instructions, however, have to reflect that more than one sensor is being excited with the... read more
The CR1000 excitation channel current limit is 25 mA at 2500 mV. Using 1 kohm gages with multiple 4WFBS1K modules, 10 strain gages can be hooked up for each excitation... read more
The CR1000 excitation channel current limit is 25 mA at 2500 mV. Using 120 ohm gages with multiple 4WFBS120 modules, only two gages can be hooked up for each excitation... read more
The CR1000 excitation channel current limit is 25 mA at 2500 mV. Using 350 ohm gages with multiple 4WFBS350 modules, up to five gages can be hooked up for each... read more
Use pn 17855, Data Cable, RS-232 Male to Pigtail.
Yes, using a null modem cable.
Yes. A properly designed system with a PS100 or PS200 can keep a CR1000 working continuously during a short power failure. Campbell Scientific recommends, however, conducting a load analysis to... read more
To take advantage of the TCP/IP stack in the CR1000 or CR3000, connect an NL115 or an NL120 to the 40-pin peripheral port of the CR1000 or CR3000. In this... read more
The following are some possible causes: The datalogger’s OS needs to be updated.
A fault exists in the communications link away from the datalogger.
The NL120 is not fully plugged in.
There are... read more