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CR10X Datalogger for Measurement and Control

Overview

The CR10X provided sensor measurement, timekeeping, data reduction, data/program storage and control functions. The CR10X stored up to 62,000 data points. Data and programs were stored either in a nonvolatile Flash memory or RAM. A lithium battery backed up the RAM and real-time clock. The CR10X also suspended execution when primary power (BPALK, PS100) dropped below 9.6 V, reducing the possibility of inaccurate measurements.

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Benefits and Features

  • Designed for unattended network applications
  • Stores 62,000 data points (nonvolatile)
  • Data format options are mixed array (default) or table
  • Detachable keyboard/display, the CR10KD, can be carried to multiple stations

Images

CR10X Top View

Detailed Description

The datalogger consisted of a CR10XM Measurement and Control Module and black CR10X Wiring Panel.

The CR10X provided sensor measurement, timekeeping, data reduction, data/program storage and control functions. The CR10X stored up to 62,000 data points. Data and programs were stored either in a nonvolatile Flash memory or RAM. A lithium battery backed up the RAM and real-time clock. The CR10X also suspended execution when primary power (BPALK, PS100) dropped below 9.6 V, reducing the possibility of inaccurate measurements.

 

Specifications

-NOTE- Note: Additional specifications are listed in the CR10X-Series Specifications Sheet.
Memory Up to 62,000 data points
Analog Inputs 12 single-ended or 6 differential (individually configured)
Pulse Counters 2
Switched Voltage Excitations 3
Control/Digital Ports 8
Serial I/O Port 1
Scan Rate 64 Hz
Burst Mode 750 Hz
Analog Volt Resolution To 0.33 µV
A/D Bits 13
Programming Edlog
Data Storage Mixed Array, Table
Telecommunications PakBus, Modbus, Alert

Compatibility

Use of the CR10X within a Data Acquisition System

A typical field-based CR10X system included:

  • CR10X Measurement and Control Module and Wiring Panel with specified Operating System
  • Alkaline or Sealed Rechargeable Power Supply
  • Weatherproof Enclosure
  • Communications Peripheral(s)
  • Programming and Communications Software
  • Sensors

Downloads

CR10X OS v.1.23 (1.45 MB) 04-02-2010

Execution of this download installs the CR10X Operating System (Mixed-Array) on your computer.  

Note: The Device Configuration Utility is used to upload the included operating system to the datalogger.  Requires an SC32A or SC32B.


CR10X-TD OS v.1.15 (645 KB) 03-28-2006

Execution of this download installs the CR10X Table Data Operating System on your computer.  

Note: The Device Configuration Utility is used to upload the included operating system to the datalogger.  Requires an SC32A or SC32B.


CR10X-PB OS v.1.10 (647 KB) 03-28-2006

Execution of this download installs the CR10X PakBus Operating System on your computer.  

Note: The Device Configuration Utility is used to upload the included operating system to the datalogger.  Requires an SC32A or SC32B.


Device Configuration Utility v.2.16 (46.3 MB) 08-18-2017

A software utility used to download operating systems and set up Campbell Scientific hardware. Also will update PakBus Graph and the Network Planner if they have been installed previously by another Campbell Scientific software package.

Supported Operating Systems:

Windows 10, 8.1, 8, and 7 (Both 32 and 64 bit)

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Frequently Asked Questions

Number of FAQs related to CR10X: 12

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  1. The CR10X has battery-backup RAM and clock. In other words, the program, final storage data, or clock settings are not lost if ac power is lost. Data is sent to final storage by an internal program. Data can be sent by an internal program from final storage to a storage module, computer, or printer using Instruction 96 Active Serial Data Output.

  2. The CR10X uses downloadable operating systems instead of PROMs and includes more instruction in the standard operating system. For a list of instructions included in the standard operating system, refer to the prompt sheet or CR10X manual.

  3. A practical maximum is to connect one multiplexer per every two control terminals on the datalogger. Control terminals can be shared between multiplexers to increase the number of connected multiplexers. Sharing terminals, however, requires more complex wiring and programming. Users who would like to connect more than one multiplexer per every two control terminals are advised to contact a sales or support engineer at Campbell Scientific for assistance.

  4. Yes. The data can be obtained directly from the CR10X using the Modbus protocol. The datalogger must have a Modbus operating system installed. The Modbus operating system can be purchased initially with the datalogger, or contact Campbell Scientific for a Modbus OS to retrofit the CR10X. Refer to the 13619 CR10X Modbus Operating System on CD page.

    An alternate method of obtaining the data is using OPC. Our LoggerNet and PC-OPC software are needed. The version of Wonderware must also work with OPC.

  5. If the CR10X has Modbus OS, Wonderware can be used to display the data. Without the Modbus OS, LoggerNet software would be needed to collect the data and then the PC-OPC Sever software would be used to display the data.

  6. Instruction 15, Control Port Serial I/O, does allow the use of one control port for hardware flow control (RTS/DTR) or (TXD/RXD). The first control port is the (RTS/DTR) line. Baud rate is limited to 300 or 1200. 

  7. If the RF modem has a CS I/O connector, then it should be compatible with the CR10X without the use of an SC932A. Ensure that the RF modem’s firmware is compatible with the CR10X firmware.

    Note: RF modems that are not sold by Campbell Scientific will only interface with a CR10X via an SC932A or an SC105. 

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