This product is no longer available and has been replaced by: CR1000. Some accessories, replacement parts, or services may still be available.

Other Accessories

The CR10XTCR provides a temperature reference for thermocouple measurement. Its leads connect directly to channels 1H, E3, and AG on the CR10X Wiring Panel. The thermistor and resistors are attached to a small printed circuit board [#8289]. The aluminum thermocouple cover [#10630] reduces thermal gradients across the analog inputs.
The 17154 provides the CR10X Operator's Manual in paper form (bound in a 3-ring binder).

Replacement Parts

The 10630 aluminum thermocouple cover is available as a replacement part for existing CR10(X) customers. The cover reduces thermal gradients across the analog inputs for thermocouple measurement.
The 8025 powers the clock and RAM when the primary 12 Vdc power supply is not connected. This lithium battery must be replaced when its voltage falls below 2.4 Vdc.
The 6554 Single 0.16-Unit Silica Desiccant bag desiccates the inside of the CR10X. Often it is replaced when the 8025 Lithium Battery is replaced.
This black, anodized aluminum wiring panel has a label with "CR10X" written in white. The CR10XWP include a switched 12 V terminal, redistributed analog grounds (dispersed among analog channels rather than grouped), unpluggable terminal block for 12 V connections, gas-tube spark gaps, and 12 V supply on pin 8 to power our COM-series phone modems and other peripherals.
The 4107 base plate is a component of the CR10XWP Wiring Panel that is available as a replacement part.
The 3768 is shipped attached to the CR10X. This green, plug-in power connector provides screw terminals for connecting the 12 V and GND wires of the dataloggger's power supply. The 3768 may be purchased to replace a lost or damaged power connector.
This type T thermocouple is attached to a differential channel on the CR10X. The programming examples in the Overview Section of the datalogger manual use the 3315.
The 8299 provides only the reference junction component of the CR10XTCR; the CR10XTCR includes both the the 8299 thermistor and an aluminum cover.
The 1113 is used to attach sensor leads to screw terminals.


The 16542 requires an RMA (Returned Material Authorization) from Campbell Scientific. When ordered, the CR10X is recalibrated to meet original specifications. Before and after calibration sheets are supplied with the datalogger. The datalogger is recalibrated over the standard -25° to +50°C temperature range. If extended temperature testing is desired while the unit is being recalibrated, the extended temperature testing services (15843 or 16146) must also be purchased. The above price assumes a fully functional datalogger; repair chargers will be added to the invoice.
Retesting is available only for individual units that have previously passed Extended Temperature Testing. Retesting also requires concurrent purchase of recalibration, in this case, the 16542. An RMA (Returned Material Authorization) from Campbell Scientific is required.
The 16541 memory upgrade is a hardware modification that increases the data storage capacity of a CR10X (or CR10X-1M) to the memory provided by a CR10X-2M (one million low-resolution data points).
Individual dataloggers can also be returned to Campbell Scientific on an RMA to determine if they can pass Extended Temperature Testing. Extended temperature testing of a previously purchased unit also requires purchase of recalibration.
This service increases delivery time by approximately one week. The 21852 is offered for customers who require calibration validation from an accredited calibration laboratory. When the 21852 is ordered, Campbell Scientific calibrates the datalogger, and then sends the datalogger to Simco Electronics in Salt Lake City, Utah. After Simco receives the datalogger, they perform a calibration validation under the A2LA/NVLAP accreditation. Simco also provides a calibration certificate.