Similar to the GRANITE™9, the GRANITE™10 is the most computationally powerful data-acquisition device from Campbell Scientific. As an all-digital measurement and control DAQ, the GRANITE 10 is designed as the core of the data-acquisition network, integrating with all GRANITE™ measurement modules, including the VOLT 108, VOLT 116, TEMP 120, VWIRE 305, and CH400. Unlike the GRANITE 9, however, the GRANITE 10 also includes four general-purpose CAN channels. With its CAN channels, a larger 128 GB SSD, and extended temperature ranges, the GRANITE 10 is your ultimate tool for automotive testing.Read More
The GRANITE 10 enables you to perform the following:
|-NOTE-||Additional specifications are listed in the GRANITE 10 Specifications.|
|Power Requirements||9.6 to 32 Vdc (voltage input)|
|Real-Time Clock Accuracy||±3 min. per year|
|Operating Temperature Range||
|Case Material||Stainless steel 304 and aluminum 6061|
|Pulse Counters||8 (C1 to C8)|
|Data Storage Ports||
|Digital I/O||8 terminals (C1 to C8) configurable for digital input and output. Terminals are configurable in pairs for 5 V or 3.3 V logic for some functions.|
|Internet Protocols||Ethernet, PPP, RNDIS, ICMP/Ping, Auto-IP (APIPA), IPv4, IPv6, UDP, TCP, TLS (v1.2), DNS, DHCP, SLAAC, Telnet, HTTP(S), SFTP, FTP(S), POP3/TLS, NTP, SMTP/TLS, SNMPv3, CS I/O IP|
|Communication Protocols||CAN FD, CAN, CPI, EPI, PakBus, PakBus Encryption, SDM, SDI-12, Modbus RTU / ASCII / TCP, DNP3, custom user definable over serial, UDP, NTCIP, NMEA 0183, I2C, SPI|
|Battery-backed SRAM for CPU Usage & Final Storage||4 MB|
|Data Storage||4 MB SRAM + 128 MB NOR flash (Storage expansion of up to 16 GB with removable microSD flash memory card.)|
|Active Current Drain, Average||
|Static Vibrating-Wire Measurements||Not supported|
21.4 x 12.0 x 7.5 cm (8.4 x 4.7 x 3.0 in.)
Additional clearance required for cables and leads.
|Weight||1.2 kg (2.7 lb)|
Note: The following shows notable compatibility information. It is not a comprehensive list of all compatible or incompatible products.
|GRANITE TEMP 120||Requires OS version 1 or greater.|
|GRANITE VOLT 108|
|GRANITE VOLT 116|
|GRANITE VWIRE 305|
This OS should only be updated via direct connection with the GRANITE 10.
This download is for the GRANITE 10 datalogger. Execution of this download places the Operating System file(.obj) on your computer. It also updates the CRBasic Editor compiler and support files.
Note/Warning: Campbell Scientific always recommends updating operating systems on site if possible. When remote updates are required, it is recommended that you implement the necessary precautions to handle unexpected OS upload complications. All datalogger settings should be retained when updated remotely. If you choose to roll back to a previous operating system, the datalogger settings will be reset to default.
A GRANITE 10 example program using CAN bus to query an ECU for the legislated PID values once a second. CANPortOpen(), CANWrite(), and CANRead() are used configure the CAN port, request each PID and store the requested values in CRBasic Variables. This example program can be modified to read other manufacturer specific PIDs.
The CPI Calculator is a downloadable Microsoft Excel spreadsheet used to estimate the usage and capacity of a CPI network. The calculator provides an overview on CPI devices including the CDM-A108, CDM-A116, CDM-VW300, CDM-VW305, and the CSAT3B. The calculator can also estimate the measurement speed of the CDM-A108 and CDM-A116 based on the number of channels and measurement parameters.
The CPI Calculator is an estimation tool and will help you better understand and design CPI networks by considering the following:
Program to read 20 Hz dynamic data from two GRANITE VWIRE 305 analyzers measuring eight channels each.
Number of FAQs related to GRANITE 10: 1
The default CPI bus speed setting is 250 kB/s. The speed is adjustable in your CRBasic data logger program. Use the CPISpeed() instruction in your CRBasic program to adjust the CPI bus bandwidth to meet the following maximum combined (total) Ethernet cable lengths: