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More Versatile Channels, Increased Memory - Campbell Scientific`s CR1000 Datalogger


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Untitled Document LOGAN, Utah (September 6, 2005) - The CR1000 is Campbell Scientific's newest datalogger that builds on the company's 30-year reputation for rugged and reliable measurement and control instrumentation. It retains the versatility of its predecessor, the CR10X, and provides increased memory, more measurement channels, and multiple telemetry options. A complete CR1000-based system for most environmental monitoring applications would include a 12V power supply, weatherproof enclosure, application-specific sensors, programming/communications software, and communication peripherals.

The CR1000 allows for multiple measurement and control peripherals and sensor connections. Most commercial sensors can be used with the versatile channels consisting of 16 single-ended or 8 differential analog inputs (individually configured), 2 pulse counters, 3 switched voltage excitations, and 8 control/digital ports. An RS-232 port and CS I/O port provide the multiple telemetry options for the datalogger, via radio, satellite, phone (land line, cellular, voice), Ethernet, and more.

The design of the CR1000 is for long-term, unattended monitoring for individual or network applications. The datalogger uses minimal power that can be supplied by rechargeable batteries or solar panels. It also provides increased on-board memory to store data or additional storage is available by using the CFM100 module with a CompactFlash® card. The CR1000 has an operating range of -25 º to +50 º C; an extended range of -55 º to +85º C is available.

Campbell Scientific, Inc. is a world-wide manufacturer of dataloggers, data acquisition systems, and measurement and control products. To learn more about the CR1000 and to obtain detailed specifications, please visit

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