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Der CR1000 ist unser meistverkaufter Datenlogger. Basierend auf dem ist er ist zuverlässig, robust und sehr flexibel. Der CR1000 verfügt über 4MB internen Speicher für Daten und Programme, durch ein CompactFlash-Modul kann der Speicherplatz noch erweitert werden.

Es sind verschiedene Arten der Datenübertragung möglich wie Ethernet, GSM, GPRS, Funk usw. Auch ein abnehmbares Display, das CR1000KD kann zu den Stationen mitgenommen werden.

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Funktionen und Vorteile

  • Ideal für Windprofiling, Wetterstationen, Landwirtschaft/ETo, Luftqualität, Bodenfeuchte, Wasserstand, Aquakultur, Lawinenwarnung, Fahrzeugtests, Time Domain Reflektometrie, SCADA und Wasserqualität
  • Serielle Kommunikation mit seriellen Sensoren und Geräten über I/O-Port Paare
  • Sammelt und speichert Daten und kontrolliert Peripheriegeräte als 'Gehirn' des Systems
  • Flexible Strom- und Kommunikationmöglichkeiten erlauben den Einsatz in entlegenen Gegenden
  • 4 MB Speicher können mit aufsteckbarem System erweitert werden
  • Unterstützt PakBus, ModBus, SDI-12 und DNP3-Protokoll
  • Kompatibel mit Peripheriegeräten zur Erweiterung der Anzahl der Kanäle
  • Programmierbar mit LoggerNet, PC400 und ShortCut, je nach Anwendung
  • Kommuniziert über verschiedene Wege: TCP/IP, Email, FTP und Webserver
  • Gasentladungsröhren (GDT) schützen die Eingänge
  • Batteriebetriebenes SRAM und Uhr sorgen dafür, dass Daten, Programm und genaue Zeit gespeichert bleiben, wenn der Logger nicht mit einer 12V-Stromquelle verbunden ist
  • Mit dem CR1000KD ist Programmierung und Kontrolle an der Station möglich.
  • Ein ASIC-Chip erweitert die Pulszähler, Controlports und Möglichkeiten zur seriellen Kommunikation

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Technische Beschreibung

Der CR1000 besteht aus der Mess- und Steuereinheit und der Anschlussleiste. Durch seinen geringen Stromverbrauch kann er über lange Zeiträume mit einer Batterie, die mit Solarzellen wieder aufgeladen wird, arbeiten. Fällt die Spannung unter 9,6V, setzt der CR1000 mit den Messungen aus um ungenaue Werte zu vermeiden. Der CR1000 kann mit einer externen Tastatur mit Display, dem CR1000KD kombiniert werden, um Status und Messwerte zu überprüfen und Einstellungen zu machen. Der kompakte und leichte Logger hat eine Programm-Ausführungsrate von 100 Hz und 1500 Hz im Burst-Mode. Er enthält einen 16-bit H8S Hitachi Mikrokontroller mit interner 32-bit CPU-Architektur. Acht differentielle (16 single-ended) analoge Eingänge, zwei Pulszähler und acht digitale I/O-Ports werden durch CS I/O- und RS-232 Port, einen 40-pin peripheren Anschluss und eine Ethernet-Option komplettiert.

Kommunikation: Der CR1000 ist kompatibel mit allen Kommunikationmöglichkeiten wie GSM, GPRS, Funk, Satellit und Ethernet. Das PakBus Betriebssystem erleichtert die Datensammlung in Logger-Netzwerken. Zusätzlich besteht die Möglichkeit zum Anschluss mehrerer SDM's in verschiedenen Kombinationen, so dass für praktisch jede Anwendung eine Lösung gefunden werden kann. Der Logger wird über CR-BASIC programmiert, eine BASIC-ähnliche Programmiersprache, für einfache Anwendungen reicht auch der freie visuelle Editor Shortcut.

Standardmäßig seit September 2007 (SN 11832 oder höher) mit 4MB Speicher ausgestattet, ist durch die neuen CompactFlash-Speichermodule eine problemlose Erweiterung auf bis zu 2GB möglich.

Spezifikationen

  • Maximum Scan Rate: 100 Hz
  • Analog Inputs:
    16 single-ended or
    8 differential individually configured
  • Pulse Counters: 2
  • Switched Excitation Channels: 3 voltage
  • Digital Ports1:
    8 I/Os or 4 RS-232 COM2
  • Communications/Data Storage Ports:
    1 CS I/O, 1 RS-232, 1 parallel peripheral
  • Switched 12 Volt: 1
  • Input Voltage Range: ±5 Vdc
  • Analog Voltage Accuracy:
    ±(0.06% of reading + offset), 0° to 40°C
  • Analog Resolution: 0.33 µV
  • A/D Bits: 13
  • Temperature Range
    Standard: -25° to +50°C
    Extended: -55° to +85°C
  • Memory:
    2 MB Flash (operating system),
    4 MB (CPU usage, program storage, and data storage)
  • Power Requirements:
    9.6 to 16 Vdc
  • Current Drain:
    0.7 mA typical; 0.9 mA max. (sleep mode)
    1 to 16 mA typical (w/o RS-232 communication)
    17 to 28 mA typical (w/RS-232 communication)
  • Dimensions:
    23.9 x 10.2 x 6.1 cm
    (9.4" x 4.0" x 2.4")
  • Dimensions with CFM100 or NL115 attached:
    25.2 x 10.2 x 7.1 cm
    (9.9" x 4.0" x 2.8")
  • Weight: 1.0 kg kg (2.1 lb)
  • Protocols Supported: PakBus, Modbus, DNP3, FTP, HTTP, XML, POP3, SMTP, Telnet, NTCIP, NTP, SDI-12, SDM
  • CE Compliance Standards to which Conformity is Declared: IEC61326:2002
  • Warranty: 3 years


1
Certain digital ports can be used to count switch closures.

2I/O ports can be paired as transmit and receive for measuring smart serial sensors.

Kompatibel mit

Sensors

With several channel types, the CR1000 is compatible with nearly every available sensor, including thermocouples, SDI-12 sensors, and 4 to 20 mA sensors (via a terminal input module, such as the CURS100). A custom ASIC chip expands its pulse count, control port, and serial communications capabilities. The CR1000's I/O ports can be paired as transmit and receive, allowing serial communications with serial sensors and devices.

Measurement & Control Peripherals

The CR1000 is compatible with all of our CDMs (requires an SC-CPI), SDMs, multiplexers, vibrating wire interfaces, terminal input modules, and relays. 

Communications

The CR1000 communicates with a PC via direct connect, Ethernet interfaces, multidrop modems, short-haul modems, phone modems (land line, digital cellular, and voice-synthesized), RF telemetry, and satellite transmitters (Argos, Iridium, and Inmarsat).

Data can be viewed on the CR1000KD Keyboard Display, the CD100 Mountable Display with Keyboard, an iOS or Android device (requires LoggerLink), CD295 DataView II Display, or a user-supplied PDA (PConnect or PConnectCE software required).

Compatible external data storage devices are the CFM100, NL115, and SC115.

Enclosures

The CR1000 and its power supply can be housed in any of our standard enclosures. 

Power

Any 12 Vdc source can power the CR1000 datalogger. Power supplies commonly used with the CR1000 are the BPALK, PS150, and PS200. The BPALK provides eight non-rechargeable D-cell alkaline batteries with a 7.5 Ah rating at 20°C.

Both the PS150 and PS200 consist of a sealed rechargeable 7 Ah battery and a charging regulator. Their battery should be connected to a charging source (either a wall charger or solar panel). These two power supplies differ in their charging regulator. The PS150 has a standard regulator and the PS200 has a micro-controller-based smart regulator. The PS200's regulator provides two-step constant voltage charging and temperature compensation that optimize battery charging and increases the battery’s life.

Also available are the BP12 and BP24 battery packs, which provide nominal ratings of 12 and 24 Ah, respectively. These batteries should be connected to a regulated charging source (e.g., a CH100 or CH200 connected to a unregulated solar panel or wall charger).

Software

CRBasic, the CR1000's full programming language, supports simple or complex programming and many onboard data reduction processes. Compatible software includes:

  • Short Cut
  • PC200W
  • PC400 (version 1.2 or higher)
  • LoggerNet (version 3.0 or higher)
  • Konect Data Services from Campbell Scientifc
  • RTDAQ (version 1.0 or higher)
  • PConnect (version 3.1 or higher)
  • PConnectCE (version 2.0 or higher)
  • VisualWeather (version 2.0 or higher

Downloads

CR1000 OS v.29 (4.51 MB) 29-02-2016

Execution of this download installs the CR1000 Operating System and Compiler on your computer.  It also updates the CR1000 support files for the CRBasic Editor.  

Note: This OS has crossed the 2 Meg CR1000 size limit for remote download.  The OS must be downloaded to the 2 Meg CR1000 via direct connect with the Device Configuration Utility.  All OS download methods are supported by the 4 Meg CR1000.

Upgrading from versions prior to version 28 of the Operating System will reset the datalogger’s CPU drive.  This is due to a change in the format of the file system from FAT16 to FAT32.  In order for the datalogger to operate correctly, as part of the upgrade, the CPU drive is formatted to FAT32.  Any programs stored and running from the CPU drive will be lost.  It is not recommended to update the datalogger’s Operating System over a remote connection where program control regulates the communication equipment (turning it on or off, etc.).  In these cases, an on-site visit and a backup using DevConfig’s backup utility is necessary to update the datalogger’s Operating System.

Watch the Video Tutorial: Sending an OS to a Local Datalogger.

In all cases where the datalogger is being updated from an Operating System prior to 28, the use of DevConfig’s backup utility is recommended due to the CPU drive being formatted using the new FAT32 format.

Liste der Änderungen

Device Configuration Utility v.2.12 (43.9 MB) 11-03-2016

A software utility used to download operating systems and set up Campbell Scientific hardware. Also will update PakBus Graph and the Network Planner if they have been installed previously by another Campbell Scientific software package.

Known Windows XP Issue:

This software release includes Campbell Scientific USB drivers that will not install on Windows XP. To keep current with up and coming security requirements, the drivers have been signed with a SHA-256 encryption which is not supported by Windows XP. Windows XP users who have a need to install USB drivers for Campbell Scientific products can contact Campbell Scientific for an alternate solution.

Liste der Änderungen

FAQs für

Number of FAQs related to CR1000: 45

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  1. CR1000 Dimensions with CFM100 or NL115 attached:
    9.9" x 4.0" x 2.8"
    25.2 x 10.2 x 7.1 cm

    >> this information should also be added to the ecatalog CR1000, CFM100 and NL115 pages.

  2. Yes. The CR1000 is fully programmable to output alarms. The CR1000 can initiate telecommunications such as sending an email or text message, providing audible voice synthesized information, or by calling a pager. The CR1000 can also activate physical alarms such as sirens and strobes. In this type of installation, a relay device, such as the A6REL-12, is typically used to send a control signal to the alarm device.

  3. This issue occurs only with the D600 laptop and is solved by updating the D600's Ethernet driver from the Dell website. This problem would also affect the CR3000 and CR800 series dataloggers.
  4. If you see the error message "The security code was not recognized by the station" in LoggerNet, or “Unable to send the program. Invalid security code” with PC4000, you may need to update your datalogger support software.

    Using a CR1000 running Operating System Version Std.04 or later, the problem may be that LoggerNet or PC400 is interpreting the response from the datalogger incorrectly. Confirm that your new datalogger program is in your CR1000; typically you can update the table definitions and go on. Newer versions of LoggerNet and PC400 software resolve this problem. Please visit our downloads page to obtain the latest patch.

  5. The CR1000 can handle strings as a specific data type. It has built-in serial communications capabilities on the 1) four control port pairs COM1 (C1 Tx / C2 Rx) through COM4 (C7 Tx / C8 Rx), 2) RS-232 port, and 3) CSI/O port with the appropriate interface device. The serial I/O capabilities of the CR1000 are similar to and faster than the SDM-SIO4 capabilities on a CR10X or CR23X. SDM devices are addressable and are connected to a datalogger on C1 through C3. Therefore, one benefit of using multiple SDM devices on a CR1000 datalogger is that only three control ports will be used.

  6. The CR1000 stores data in a binary format (1s and 0s) which is very compact. Campbell Scientific software, such as LoggerNet, collects the data in a this binary format and converts it to a readable format such as ASCII. The CR1000's Status Table contains information regarding how memory is allocated for data storage. One way to access this information is through LoggerNet's Connect Screen | Tools | View Station Status. The second tab lists the tables in the datalogger, along with the number of records in the table and the estimated time that the table will fill.


  7. Short Cut for Windows is a free program generator for Campbell Scientific dataloggers including the CR1000. More information can be found at http://www.campbellsci.com/scwin

  8. The CR1000 can measure analog voltages in the +/- 5 Vdc range. A voltage divider such as the VDIV2.1 is required to reduce 10 Vdc to an acceptable range. See the VDIV10.1/VDIV2.1 manual for examples of wiring and programs. Alternatively, a basic CR1000 program can be generated using Short Cut for Windows. In Short Cut, from the Generic Measurements folder, choose either Differential Voltage or Single-Ended Voltage.

  9. It depends on what you mean by wireless. Using telecommunications peripherals, the CR1000 can communicate with remote computers. Examples of “wireless” telecommunication options include: cellular telephone, licensed and spread spectrum radios and satellite communications. Additionally, our Ethernet interfaces allow the CR1000 to access, or be accessed by, the Internet or internal Local Area Networks.


    These links allow the user to access remotely the datalogger's real-time data, stored data, and programming. Users can combine two telecommunication options. Popular telemetry options that can be combined include Ethernet-to-UHF/VHF radio, multidrop-to-spread spectrum radio, phone-to-multidrop, ethernet-to-multidrop, and phone-to-UHF/VHF radio.

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