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Author: Dana Worley | Last Updated: 08/30/2017 | Comments: 3
If you have read recent revision history for the Device Configuration Utility (also known as DevConfig), you may have run across the following note: “New USB drivers (RNDIS) were added for [supported] datalogger.” What's that all about? you may have wondered.
Sounds boring, eh?
We think it... read more
Author: Dana Worley | Last Updated: 07/19/2017 | Comments: 0
In an April 2016 blog article (“Handling New Device Drivers in a Changing Windows World”), I wrote that Campbell Scientific was ending Windows XP support for our hardware device drivers. In that article, I also mentioned that Windows XP support might end for other products... read more
Author: Dana Worley | Last Updated: 12/07/2016 | Comments: 2
The Internet of Things offers a lot of advantages in today’s culture. There are consumer devices that let you monitor and control mood lighting and music in your home, keep track of last week’s leftover dinner in your refrigerator, and help you brew a cup... read more
Author: Janet Albers | Last Updated: 11/30/2016 | Comments: 0
If you use Campbell Scientific datalogger support software to connect to your datalogger, you may monitor your data from within the software. Have there been times when you’ve seen “Undefined” or “N/A” instead of your data values? What does that mean, and how do you... read more
Author: Dana Worley | Last Updated: 08/05/2016 | Comments: 0
While many of our customers are knowledgeable about our LoggerNet datalogger support software, not as many are familiar with LoggerNet Admin and the benefits it can offer. In this article, I’ll introduce you to LoggerNet Admin, show you how easy it is to install it as... read more
Author: Dana Worley | Last Updated: 04/27/2016 | Comments: 0
We've all been there. You open the box for some new toy such as a camera, printer, or even a datalogger, and before you can get started, you are required to install a device driver. The device driver loads files onto your computer so that... read more
Author: Dana Worley | Last Updated: 04/13/2016 | Comments: 0
You may find it a little confusing to differentiate between software upgrades and patches. For example, when do you need which one? When is there a fee for a software release, and when is a release free of charge?
With the recent release of the new... read more
Author: Janet Albers | Last Updated: 03/10/2016 | Comments: 7
Do you need to do anything to your datalogger or software to compensate for the beginning of daylight saving time? Read this short article to find out! Residents of many parts of North America, and various areas around the world, continue to observe the practice... read more
Author: Jason Ritter | Last Updated: 02/24/2016 | Comments: 0
Have you ever wanted Short Cut to support more sensors? Although Short Cut supports many sensors, you may have found that the sensor you want to measure is not on the list. What do you do then? How do you add that sensor to your... read more
Author: Dana Worley | Last Updated: 02/03/2016 | Comments: 2
We’ve recently had an exciting new addition to our family of LoggerNet datalogger support software. In this brief article, I’ll introduce you to this mobile app and tell you how you can get it free of charge.
You are probably familiar with LoggerNet, our PC-based software... read more
Author: Dana Worley | Last Updated: 08/19/2015 | Comments: 0
Configuring a network of dataloggers for communication and data collection in LoggerNet's Setup window can seem like an arduous and tedious task, but it doesn’t have to be. It’s true that you need to complete this task before you can use LoggerNet to connect to... read more
Author: Dana Worley | Last Updated: 06/03/2015 | Comments: 0
If you are a user of our LoggerNet software, you know that the software can be configured to collect data from your datalogger on a regular interval. From a datalogger's Schedule tab in the Setup Screen, you can configure an interval of anywhere from a... read more
Author: Dana Worley | Last Updated: 05/29/2015 | Comments: 0
When you live in a cold-weather climate like we do here in northern Utah, it’s a welcome reprieve to spend a few days away enjoying someplace sunny and warm. A couple of days ago, as I was uploading photos of sunshine and blue skies from... read more