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Overview

The CR23X-4M could store over 2,000,000 data points.

The CR23X-4M Micrologger® was a portable, self-contained package. It consisted of measurement and control electronics, communication ports, keyboard, 2-line alphanumeric display, power supply, and a battery-backed clock. The CR23X-4M measured most sensor types directly, communicated via modems, reduced data, controlled external devices, and stored both data and programs in either non-volatile Flash memory or battery-backed SRAM.

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Benefits and Features

  • Compact, self-contained datalogger
  • Data format options are mixed array (default) or table

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Detailed Description

The CR23X-4M is a self-contained, rugged datalogger that can measure most sensor types directly, communicate via modems, reduce data, control external devices, and store both data and programs in either non-volatile Flash memory or battery-backed SRAM.

The CR23X-4M has an integral, 2-line, alphanumeric display and power supply. A battery-backed, real-time clock and 4M of nonvolatile data storage is included. The CR23X-4M Microloggers are available with a sealed rechargeable battery base, an alkaline base, or in a low-profile version without batteries.

Specifications

  • Analog inputs: 24 single-ended or 12 differential, individually configured
  • Pulse counters: 4
  • Switched voltage excitations: 4
  • Control/digital I/O ports: 8
  • Continuous analog outputs: 2
  • Serial I/O port (CS I/O): 1
  • RS-232 Port: 1
  • Scan rate: 100 Hz
  • Burst mode: 1500 Hz
  • Analog voltage resolution: to 0.33 uV
  • A/D bits: 15
  • Programming: Edlog
  • Data Storage: Mixed Array, Table
  • Telecommunications: Standard, Modbus, Alert
  • Operating Temperature Range
    • Standard: -25° to +50°C
    • Extended: -40° to +80°C
  • Display Temperature
    • Corrected: -20° to +40°C
    • survival: -40° to +85°C

Compatibility

A typical field-based CR23X-M system consisted of:

  • CR23X-M Micrologger with specified Operating System and Alkaline, Rechargeable, or User-Supplied Power Supply
  • Weatherproof Enclosure
  • Communications Peripheral(s)
  • Programming and Communications Software
  • Sensors
  • Data retrieval peripherals

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Downloads

CR23X OS v.1.19 (690 KB) 03-28-2006

Execution of this download installs the CR23X Operating System (Mixed-Array) on your computer.

Note: The Device Configuration Utility is used to upload the included operating system to the datalogger.


CR23X-TD OS v.1.15 (703 KB) 03-28-2006

Execution of this download installs the CR23X Table Data Operating System on your computer.

Note: The Device Configuration Utility is used to upload the included operating system to the datalogger.


CR23X-PB OS v.1.10 (706 KB) 03-28-2006

Execution of this download installs the CR23X PakBus Operating System on your computer.

Note: The Device Configuration Utility is used to upload the included operating system to the datalogger.


Device Configuration Utility v.2.12 (43.9 MB) 03-11-2016

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 previously by another Campbell Scientific software package.

Known Windows XP Issue:

This software release includes Campbell Scientific USB drivers that will not install on Windows XP. To keep current with up and coming security requirements, the drivers have been signed with a SHA-256 encryption which is not supported by Windows XP. Windows XP users who have a need to install USB drivers for Campbell Scientific products can contact Campbell Scientific for an alternate solution.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Number of FAQs related to CR23X-4M: 1

  1. E08 errors are occasionally created by voltage surges or transient voltages. Section 3.9 of the CR23X manual explains in greater detail what a watchdog is and possible causes.  If these are happening frequently, it is likely an issue with the system  that needs to be resolved. The first step in this resolution process would be to check the system power (inputs and outputs) and verify it is within the expected tolerances as outlined in the Specifications page (OV-23) of the CR23X Micrologger Operator's Manual