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Displaying 1 - 3 of 3 articles tagged with: PC400

How to Create Custom Sensors in Short Cut

Author: Jason Ritter | Last Updated: 02/27/2019 | Comments: 0

how to create custom sensors in short cut

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

Changes to Microsoft Windows Operating System Support in Campbell Scientific Software

Author: Dana Worley | Last Updated: 07/19/2017 | Comments: 0

changes to microsoft windows operating system support in campbell scientific software

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

How to Replace “Undefined” or “N/A” with Your Real-Time Data Values

Author: Janet Albers | Last Updated: 11/30/2016 | Comments: 0

how to replace “undefined” or “n/a” with your real-time data values

If you use Campbell Scientific data logger support software to connect to your data logger, 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... read more

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