The CD100 is a mountable display with a keypad for datalogger data entry and display. It has a vacuum flourescent display for responsive use through a very wide operating temperature range. You can operate it the same as the CR1000KD.Read More
The CD100 allows you to check the datalogger's status, to view or plot sensor readings and stored values, and to enter numeric data or toggle ports. Security can be set in the datalogger to prevent unauthorized personnel from accessing the data.
The CD100 has a 16-character keypad and a display that can show 8 lines by 21 characters (64 by 128 pixels). The keypad's design permits operation with a gloved hand.
The CD100 is both water and dust protected, providing an IP66 rating when installed in the enclosure lid.
Menus for the CD100 can be customized to simplify routine operations. Viewing data, toggling control functions, or entering notes are common applications. Individual menu screens support up to eight lines of text with up to seven variables.
|Display||8 line x 21 character (64 x 128 pixel)|
|Keypad||16 key, alphanumeric|
|Interface||CS I/O, SDC address 2|
|Power Requirements||Powered from the datalogger's CS I/O port.|
|Water & Dust Ingress Protection Rating||IP66 (when installed in enclosure lid)|
|Operating Temperature Range||-45° to +85°C|
|Storage Temperature Range||-50° to +85°C|
|Transit Temperature Range||-60° to +85°C (1 h)|
|Dimensions||17.5 x 13.7 x 3.6 cm (6.9 x 5.4 x 1.4 in.)|
|Weight||< 0.5 kg (< 1 lb)|
|Inactive||Negligible (0.02 mA)|
Note: The following shows notable compatibility information. It is not a comprehensive list of all compatible or incompatible products.
|CR300||The CR300-series dataloggers do not have the necessary CS I/O port required by the CD100 for connection to the datalogger.|
|CR310||The CR300-series dataloggers do not have the necessary CS I/O port required by the CD100 for connection to the datalogger.|
Number of FAQs related to CD100: 4
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CustomMenu instructions apply to the CR1000KD, CR850, and CR3000 display. Custom menus are not displayed or passed through to the terminal interface.
In OS 24 (CR6 OS 01) and later, a user can change constants from the CR1000KD or a terminal emulator without touching the program. The program must contain a ConstTable/EndConstTable construction for this to occur. Because the program does recompile, collect the data first.
Although it is recommended to use software such as Short Cut for programming, the CR800-series, CR1000, and CR3000 dataloggers can be programmed with the CD100, CR1000KD, or integrated keypads. The keypad can be used to create new programs or edit programs that already exist in the datalogger memory.
From the CD100 or CR1000KD home screen, follow these steps to get started: