Probe, datalogger offer new capabilities
Campbell Scientific released two new products: the EE81 air-temperature and relative-humidity (RH) probe and the CR310 measurement and control datalogger.
The EE181 features a steel-mesh filter and a proprietary coating on the RH element, which increases the life of the element and protects it from dirt, dust, salt or other contaminants. The EE181 is compatible with all Campbell Scientific dataloggers, including the new CR300 series.
The CR310 is the newest addition to the CR300 series and has the same capabilities of the CR300 datalogger, with the addition of removable connectors and an integrated 10/100 Ethernet connection.
A multi-purpose, compact, low-cost measurement and control datalogger, the CR310 is designed for making measurements in unforgiving environments and is suited for all environmental applications, including weather, water, structural and renewable energy. This entry-level datalogger can measure most analog or serial hydrological, water quality, meteorological and industrial sensors.
The CR310 includes an integrated Ethernet interface, making it suitable for machine-to machine (M2M) and Internet-of-Things (IoT) applications requiring internet-connected remote monitoring and control.
The CR310 also is available with optional integrated Wi-Fi and license-free radios for wireless networking. It supports TCP/IP, Modbus, DNP3, SDI-12, HTTP, FTP and E-mail. For increased analog measurement accuracy and resolution, it has a 24-bit analog to digital converter and high-speed processor. It also offers 30 MB.
The CR300-series dataloggers are programmed with Campbell Scientific’s LoggerNet software, which includes a point-and-click program generator and a network planner for graphical layout of devices.