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Displaying 1 - 16 of 16 articles tagged with: CR1000

New Product Support: Kipp & Zonen’s RaZON+

Author: Matt Perry | Last Updated: 01/17/2018 | Comments: 0

new product support: kipp & zonen’s razon+

During 2017, I was asked several times for a datalogger program to retrieve data from Kipp & Zonen’s new RaZON+, a compact-sized dual-axis sun tracker with integrated GPS, smart pyrheliometer, and shaded smart pyranometer. The RaZON+ touts a higher accuracy approach to obtaining solar component... read more

Integrated Peripherals: Expansion made easy

Author: Timothy Jeppsen | Last Updated: 11/29/2017 | Comments: 0

integrated peripherals: expansion made easy

What do expansion peripherals do, and how is integrating them helpful? Expansion peripherals have two purposes: to expand the capabilities of the datalogger, both in channel count and functionality, and to improve measurement quality. What if we could provide both and make it easier to... read more

Replacing Your CR1000 Datalogger with a CR1000X: What You Should Know

Author: Timothy Jeppsen | Last Updated: 10/11/2017 | Comments: 0

replacing your cr1000 datalogger with a cr1000x: what you should know

As soon as people learned that we were replacing the CR1000 datalogger with the CR1000X datalogger, they asked us these questions: “Can I load a program I wrote for my CR1000 into a CR1000X?” and “Will the CR1000X fit in the same space as my... read more

A Quick Comparison of the CR1000X, CR1000, and CR6 Dataloggers

Author: Timothy Jeppsen | Last Updated: 08/17/2017 | Comments: 0

a quick comparison of the cr1000x, cr1000, and cr6 dataloggers

We recently released the CR1000X Measurement and Control Datalogger, and you may be wondering how it compares with our widely used CR1000 datalogger and our innovative CR6 datalogger. If you’re in the market for a new datalogger, how do you know which one is best... read more

Introducing the CR1000X: A New Generation of Dataloggers with Proven Functionality

Author: Timothy Jeppsen | Last Updated: 08/02/2017 | Comments: 3

introducing the cr1000x: a new generation of dataloggers with proven functionality

It should come as no surprise that the CR1000 datalogger (introduced in 2004) has been an incredibly successful datalogger. With nearly 100,000 deployed, this datalogger has been installed on every continent on the earth. Using the design success of the CR1000, Campbell Scientific integrated many... read more

Available Security Measures for Internet-Connected Dataloggers

Author: Dana Worley | Last Updated: 12/07/2016 | Comments: 2

available security measures for internet-connected dataloggers

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

How to Access Live Measurement Data Using Modbus

Author: Paul Smart | Last Updated: 04/07/2016 | Comments: 7

how to access live measurement data using modbus

Did you know that you can turn your Campbell Scientific datalogger into a Modbus TCP/IP slave? Do you know why that’s a good idea? Campbell Scientific dataloggers are commonly used as Modbus slave devices. This means that the datalogger is configured to implement the Modbus... read more

10+ Reasons to Be Excited about the New CR300 Datalogger

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

10+ reasons to be excited about the new cr300 datalogger

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

6 Steps to Easily Parse Data from a Trusted Source

Author: Gary Roberts | Last Updated: 03/02/2016 | Comments: 1

6 steps to easily parse data from a trusted source

Would it be helpful to include data from a reputable source with your own data? If you have permission to use another source’s data for free or by agreement, how can you easily extract the specific data you want to use without doing a lot... read more

Using Internet Data to Promote Outdoor Safety

Author: Barbra Utley | Last Updated: 11/04/2015 | Comments: 0

using internet data to promote outdoor safety

When it comes to weather conditions, looks can be deceiving. An area that appears to be experiencing mild weather may soon experience conditions that are dangerous to human life. How can you prepare for rapidly changing weather conditions and ensure the safety of those in... read more

Meet Our 2015 Photo Contest Winners

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

meet our 2015 photo contest winners

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

4 New Ways to Use Array Notation: Copying or Transposing

Author: Janet Albers | Last Updated: 07/21/2015 | Comments: 0

4 new ways to use array notation: copying or transposing

Copying or transposing has become easier with OS 28 (CR6 OS 1). This new operating system enables you to copy portions of an array to a new location, such as when transposing rows and columns. In this example we start with A(3,2) (3 rows, 2 columns) initialized as... read more

4 New Ways to Use Array Notation: Complex Scaling

Author: Janet Albers | Last Updated: 07/01/2015 | Comments: 0

4 new ways to use array notation: complex scaling

You can perform more complex scaling in an array without needing a For/Next loop. To take advantage of this feature, use OS 28 (CR6 OS 01) or later.   In this example program, a unique set of multipliers and offsets is applied to the column of an... read more

4 New Ways to Use Array Notation: Initializing Multi-Dimensional Arrays

Author: Janet Albers | Last Updated: 06/10/2015 | Comments: 0

4 new ways to use array notation: initializing multi-dimensional arrays

Initializing variables within an array is more flexible than ever with OS 28 (CR6 OS 1). You can think of a single dimensioned array as numbers in a column. Two dimensions, in comparison, puts numbers in rows and columns. The third dimension is a page. For example:... read more

6 Common Communication Problems Involving Serial Connections

Author: Jacob Davis | Last Updated: 05/29/2015 | Comments: 4

6 common communication problems involving serial connections

Your datalogger may record great data, but if you can't retrieve it, the data isn’t going to do you much good. To ensure your successful data retrieval, it’s essential that you can troubleshoot possible problems that may arise with PC-to-datalogger communication over a serial connection.... read more

4 New Ways to Use Array Notation: Simple Scaling

Author: Janet Albers | Last Updated: 05/29/2015 | Comments: 0

4 new ways to use array notation: simple scaling

The newest operating system released by Campbell Scientific for its dataloggers is OS 28 for the CR800, CR1000, and CR3000. (The comparable operating system version for the CR6 datalogger is OS 01.) This powerful datalogger OS has been enhanced so that you can use Array... read more

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