Author: Janet Albers | Last Updated: 05/04/2017 | Comments: 0
Are you wondering what size battery and solar panel you need to run all of the devices in your data acquisition system? How will you know if your power supply can keep pace with your needs? To get these answers, you will need to estimate the... read more
Author: Jacob Davis | Last Updated: 05/18/2016 | Comments: 0
When was the last time you checked the air pressure on your automobile’s spare tire? What if you were driving along, got a flat tire, and discovered that your spare tire was flat as well? We don’t often think about our spare tire until we... read more
Author: Brad Maxfield | Last Updated: 02/17/2016 | Comments: 1
In honor of National Battery Day, celebrated annually on February 18th, we’d like to take a moment to remind you of some tips for safely handling, storing, and using batteries in conjunction with your Campbell Scientific equipment.
While it may be easy to overlook the proper... read more
Author: Jason Ritter | Last Updated: 11/24/2015 | Comments: 5
Are you having communication problems or seeing readings you don't trust? Is it possible your solar-charged power supply is the cause? How can you find out for sure?
As we mentioned in the “6 Steps to Determine if Your Data Logger Needs Repairing” blog article, many data... read more
Author: Jason Ritter | Last Updated: 09/16/2015 | Comments: 2
Is your data acquisition system recording incorrect measurements, but you’re unsure of the cause? Do you wonder if your data logger may need to be repaired? This article discusses some simple tests that you can perform to help determine if your data logger has a... read more
Author: Robin Deissinger | Last Updated: 07/29/2015 | Comments: 1
If you use automatic water-sampling equipment, consider performing a maintenance check-up during the month of August, which is National Water Quality Month in the U.S. When you perform a maintenance check-up, you can help ensure that your equipment is operating at an optimal level and that you... read more
Author: Jason Ritter | Last Updated: 07/08/2015 | Comments: 0
Are your current troubleshooting methods not as helpful as you’d like them to be? This article discusses a number of troubleshooting best practices you can use, which may help you determine the source of the problem and resume your data collection more quickly. When I... read more