CR1000X
 
CR1000X Measurement & Control Datalogger
 
Communication Options
-NA -NA No Additional Coms
Temperature Ranges
-ST -ST -40 to +70C
-XT -XT -55 to +85C
Warranty Lengths
-SW -SW Standard 3yr Warranty
-XW -XW 4yr Warr Extension

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Product Details
Typically Ships Within 14 - 21 Days
Restockable Yes
Warranty 3 years
Compliance CE Compliance Image RoHS Compliance Image

The "Typically Ships Within" value is an estimate of the number of calendar days within which this product is ready to ship from Campbell Scientific. Orders with more than 10 built-to-order products will likely increase the time needed to prepare the order for shipping.

To estimate how long it will take to receive an order that contains multiple products, combine the longest Ships Within value with the transit time of the shipping method you select.

Some specialized products have long Ships Within values. Because of this, you might consider submitting a separate order for these products so your other products won't be delayed.

Ships With
(4) 505 Screw #6-32 x .375 Pan Phillips
(4) 6044 Grommet for #6 or 8 Screw
(1) 8125 Flat-Bladed Screwdriver, 2.5 mm Blade x 50 mm Shaft
(1) 3315 Type T Thermocouple
(1) 27555 USB 2.0 Cable, Type A Male to Micro B Male, 6/6.5 ft
(1) CR1000X Getting Started Card (pn #33298)
(1) Default Datalogger Program (pn #31910)

Every datalogger is individually tested to ensure all specifications are met under the full operating temperature range. Calibration certificates are available online for each CR1000X at no additional charge.

Common Accessories

CR1000KD
 
The CR1000KD is one of two display options. The CR1000KD is a portable keyboard and display screen that allows you to check the datalogger's status, display or plot sensor readings and stored values, and enter numeric data or change port/flag state. One CR1000KD may be carried from station to station in a datalogger network.
CD100
 
The CD100 is one of two display options. 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. Its operation is the same as the CR1000KD.
31055
 
The 31055 is one of two cables that may be needed to connect the CPI/RS-232 port to a 9-pin RS-232 DCE device such as a cell phone or RF4xx radio. The 31055 adapts an RS-232/CPI RJ45 port to a DB9 male connector. This cable is offered to make it easier to connect a DCE serial device, such as a cellular modem, to the RS-232/CPI port.
31056
 
The 31056 is one of two cables that may be needed to connect the CPI/RS-232 port to a 9-pin RS-232 DCE device such as a cell phone or RF4xx radio. The 31056 adapts an RS-232/CPI RJ45 port to a DB9 female connector. This cable is offered to make it easier to connect a DTE serial device, such as a computer or terminal server, to the RS-232/CPI port.
31897
 
The 31897 is used to connect a CPI/RS-232 port to screw terminals for connecting a pigtail sensor.
SC110
 
The SC110 is used to connect a control port pair to a 9-pin serial device such as a PC or communications modem. One end of each cable provides stripped, tinned leads for attachment to the control ports on the datalogger. On the other end, one of the cables is fitted with a 9-pin male connector, and the other cable is fitted with a 9-pin female connector.
28899
 
The 28899 is one of two RJ45 cables that may be needed for connecting to the Ethernet or CPI.The 28899 is a 2 ft, unshielded CAT6 network cable with RJ45 connectors. It is typically used to connect CDM devices together or to an SC-CPI. This cable is also used to connect one of our many Ethernet-capable products to an Ethernet device or network connection.
28900
 
The 28900 is one of two RJ45 cables that may be needed for connecting to the Ethernet or CPI.The 28900 is a 10 ft, unshielded, CAT5e network cable with RJ45 connectors. It is typically used to connect one of our many Ethernet-capable products to an Ethernet device or network connection.
HUB-CPI
 
The HUB-CPI may be needed if connecting multiple CPI devices in parallel. The HUB-CPI allows eight CPI (CAN peripheral interface) devices to be connected together in parallel. Typically, this configuration includes one datalogger and up to seven CDMs (Campbell distributed modules) or sensors that use CPI.
27158
 
Campbell Scientific recommends using at least one microSD card with the CR1000X, and the 27158 is one option. The 27158 is a 2 GB microSD flash-memory card. This card is designed for use in harsh conditions often presented by environmental and industrial applications. The card uses single-level cell (SLC) memory, which aids in its ability to operate over wide temperature ranges, consume less power, and provide a reliable data-storage medium through more read-write cycles.
33288
 
Campbell Scientific recommends using at least one microSD card with the CR1000X, and the 33288 is one option. The 33288 is an 8 GB microSD flash-memory card. This card is designed for use in harsh conditions often presented by environmental and industrial applications. The card uses single-level cell (SLC) memory, which aids in its ability to operate over wide temperature ranges, consume less power, and provide a reliable data-storage medium through more read-write cycles.
27159
 
Campbell Scientific recommends using at least one microSD card with the system, and the 27159 is one option. The 27159 is a 16 GB microSD flash-memory card. This card is designed for use in harsh conditions often presented by environmental and industrial applications. The card uses single-level cell (SLC) memory, which aids in its ability to operate over wide temperature ranges, consume less power, and provide a reliable data-storage medium through more read-write cycles.
32445
 
The 32445 reduces thermal gradients across the analog inputs of the CR1000X. The 32445 is typically used to increase the accuracy of the thermocouple measurement.

Other Accessories

27373
 
The 27373 facilitates connecting multiple wires into the same terminal, such as for SDI-12.
SC-USB
 
The SC-USB allows Campbell Scientific dataloggers to communicate directly with computers that have a USB interface. The SC-USB is optically isolated, which helps eliminate noise pickup associated with PC power supplies and ground connections. The SC-USB can be used in place of an SC32B interface.

Replacement Parts

CR1000XWP
 
The CR1000XWP provides a black, anodized aluminum wiring panel. It may be purchased to replace a lost or damaged wiring panel. A complete CR1000X datalogger requires the CR1000XWP to be connected to a CR1000M module.
Note: To meet the published specifications, the CR1000XWP must be calibrated with the CR1000XM.
3768
 
The 3768 is shipped attached to the CR1000X. This green, plug-in power connector provides screw terminals for connecting the 12 V and GND wires of the datalogger's power supply. The 3768 may be purchased to replace a lost or damaged power connector.
6554
 
This desiccant pack fits inside the CR1000X module. The 6554 is generally replaced when the internal lithium battery is replaced.
505
 
These screws, along with the 6044 grommets, are commonly used together to secure our equipment to the backplates of our enclosures.
6044
 
These grommets are commonly used with the 505 screws to secure our equipment to the backplates of our enclosures.
8125
 
The 8125 is a small, flat-bladed screwdriver that is extremely useful for using terminal input modules (or other peripherals with smaller terminals) with a CR1000X.
3315
 
This type T, 5 in. thermocouple is attached to a differential channel on several of our datalogger wiring panels when the datalogger is shipped. A 3315 may be ordered to replace a thermocouple that has become lost or damaged.
27555
 
The 27555 is a USB Type A to Micro B, male-to-male cable, 6 to 6.5 ft long. It connects devices using the Micro B interface to a USB port on a computer.
10645
 
The 10645 is the screw used in the ground lug.
30028
 
The 30028 is a 3.6 Vdc, 2.4 Ah, AA size cell that fits inside the datalogger. This lithium battery powers the clock and SRAM when external battery power, a charging source, or a USB power source is not connected.
31676
 
The 31676 18-port terminal connector is shipped attached to the CR1000X datalogger. This lockable connector provides screw terminals for connecting sensor wires to channels of the CR1000X that include Analog Differential Ports 1 to 4. The 31676 may be purchased to replace a lost or damaged terminal connector.
31677
 
The 31677 15-port terminal connector is shipped attached to the CR1000X datalogger. This lockable connector provides screw terminals for connecting sensor wires to channels of the CR1000X that include Analog Differential Ports 5 to 8. The 31677 may be purchased to replace a lost or damaged terminal connector.
31678
 
The 31678 18-port terminal connector is shipped attached to the CR1000X datalogger. This lockable connector provides screw terminals for connecting sensor wires to channels of the CR1000X that include C Ports 1 to 8. The 31678 may be purchased to replace a lost or damaged terminal connector.

Services

33266
 
The 33266 provides recalibration of the CR1000X to meet original specifications. This process includes recalibration at the CR1000X standard temperature range (-40° to +70°C). Before and after calibration sheets are included with the recalibration. An RMA (Returned Material Authorization) from Campbell Scientific is required.
33267
 
The 33267 retesting must be purchased in conjunction with the 33266 Recalibration. The 33266 provides recalibration of the CR1000X to meet original specifications. The 33267 process includes retesting at the CR1000X extended temperature range (-55° to +85°C). Retesting at the extended temperature range is only available for a CR1000X that previously passed the extended temperature testing. An RMA (Returned Material Authorization) from Campbell Scientific is required.
 
The 34156 provides factory recalibration of the CR1000X to meet original specifications, then sends the recalibrated datalogger to be validated by a certifying body that is A2LA accredited to the ISO 17025 standards.

This service requires an RMA (Returned Material Authorization) from Campbell Scientific. The factory recalibration includes comprehensive testing of all datalogger functions over its standard temperature range (-40° to +70°C) and the replacement of the internal lithium battery and desiccant packs. During testing, the datalogger’s operating system is updated, and all settings are restored to factory defaults unless otherwise requested. Upon completion of the factory calibration, the datalogger is sent to the A2LA accredited certifying body referenced above for calibration validation.