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Author: Jacob Davis | Last Updated: 10/18/2017 | Comments: 0
Just recently, the KRACK (Key Reinstallation AttaCK) Wi-Fi vulnerability was publicized. You might be wondering what it is and how it affects the security of your Campbell Scientific devices and data.
The KRACK vulnerability exists in the WPA2 (Wi-Fi Protected Access II) security standard used on... read more
Author: Timothy Jeppsen | Last Updated: 10/11/2017 | Comments: 0
As soon as people learned that we were replacing the CR1000 datalogger with the CR1000X datalogger, they asked us these questions: “Can I load a program I wrote for my CR1000 into a CR1000X?” and “Will the CR1000X fit in the same space as my... read more
Author: Dana Worley | Last Updated: 08/30/2017 | Comments: 3
If you have read recent revision history for the Device Configuration Utility (also known as DevConfig), you may have run across the following note: “New USB drivers (RNDIS) were added for [supported] datalogger.” What's that all about? you may have wondered.
Sounds boring, eh?
We think it... read more
Author: Timothy Jeppsen | Last Updated: 08/17/2017 | Comments: 0
We recently released the CR1000X Measurement and Control Datalogger, and you may be wondering how it compares with our widely used CR1000 datalogger and our innovative CR6 datalogger. If you’re in the market for a new datalogger, how do you know which one is best... read more
Author: Timothy Jeppsen | Last Updated: 08/02/2017 | Comments: 3
It should come as no surprise that the CR1000 datalogger (introduced in 2004) has been an incredibly successful datalogger. With nearly 100,000 deployed, this datalogger has been installed on every continent on the earth. Using the design success of the CR1000, Campbell Scientific integrated many... read more
Author: Janet Albers | Last Updated: 06/28/2017 | Comments: 0
Security codes are the oldest method of securing a data logger. They can effectively prevent innocent tinkering and discourage wannabe hackers—actions that could potentially wreak havoc on the integrity of your data. In this article, I’ll discuss the different security codes and how to use... read more
Author: Gary Roberts | Last Updated: 05/31/2017 | Comments: 0
Maybe you’re like me when it comes to skipped scans. I have always disliked seeing skipped scans in my data loggers. I have been trained to watch out for them and do my best to write my CRBasic programs in a way that makes them... read more
Author: Jacob Davis | Last Updated: 02/22/2017 | Comments: 0
Have you come across situations where you want your datalogger to initiate data retrieval, rather than your PC? For example, do you have an environmental condition that you want to transmit alarm data for?
Although IP-based communication is prevalent, sometimes you may need datalogger-initiated communication because... read more
Author: Dana Worley | Last Updated: 01/25/2017 | Comments: 6
Have you had problems finding an SMTP server to use to send emails from your datalogger? Are compatibility issues causing you to look for a work-around? Keep reading for a solution that may be just what you need.
In 2006, we added the ability in... read more
Author: Robin Deissinger | Last Updated: 01/11/2017 | Comments: 0
In this short interview, Sam Utley, the product manager for the new CR310, tells us about the enhanced functionality this datalogger provides and why he feels the CR310 offers exciting possibilities for our customers. Sam is a member of the Product Management (PM) team at... read more
Author: Dana Worley | Last Updated: 09/28/2016 | Comments: 0
We all remember the year 2000 as the year that The World As We Know It would come to an end. Computer systems were predicted to come crashing down on January 1, leaving in their wake failing infrastructure that would affect millions of lives. In... read more
Author: Janet Albers | Last Updated: 09/15/2016 | Comments: 2
It’s common for our customers to wonder when their data logger memory is going to be full, what will happen to their data when the memory is full, and what they should do about it. After all, your data is specific to your application and... read more
Author: Jacob Davis | Last Updated: 05/18/2016 | Comments: 0
When was the last time you checked the air pressure on your automobile’s spare tire? What if you were driving along, got a flat tire, and discovered that your spare tire was flat as well? We don’t often think about our spare tire until we... read more
Author: Jacob Davis | Last Updated: 04/21/2016 | Comments: 0
Have you ever had a sensor work on a P (pulse) data logger terminal, but not on a C (control) terminal? Is the list of choices for the PConfig parameter in the PulseCount() instruction daunting? Campbell Scientific data loggers offer several options for measuring pulse signals. Our Short Cut Program... read more
Author: Robin Deissinger | Last Updated: 03/16/2016 | Comments: 3
In this short interview, Kevin Rhodes, the product manager for the new CR300, tells us how this new data logger will be helpful to Campbell Scientific customers and why he thinks the CR300 is a great value. Kevin is the Director of Product Management at... read more
Author: Gary Roberts | Last Updated: 12/09/2015 | Comments: 0
Have you ever wanted the ability to control your Raven cellular modem with your data logger? Would it be nice to be able to get data on the health of your cellular modem and its data network? Maybe you even want to reset your Raven... read more
Author: Dana Worley | Last Updated: 11/18/2015 | Comments: 0
When you have work to do, there’s nothing more frustrating than being unable to connect to your data logger in the field. We’ve all been there: You’re in LoggerNet’s Connect window pressing the Connect button, and you’re met with nothing but the endless flashing “connecting... read more
Author: Jason Ritter | Last Updated: 09/16/2015 | Comments: 2
Is your data acquisition system recording incorrect measurements, but you’re unsure of the cause? Do you wonder if your data logger may need to be repaired? This article discusses some simple tests that you can perform to help determine if your data logger has a... read more
Author: Janet Albers | Last Updated: 09/09/2015 | Comments: 0
Our retired data loggers are still in use, and some of them use the Edlog programming language. Do you have an Edlog data logger with a .dld compiled program file that you don’t know how to read? Does your .dld file have codes that you... read more
Author: Janet Albers | Last Updated: 07/21/2015 | Comments: 0
Copying or transposing has become easier with OS 28 (CR6 OS 1). This new operating system enables you to copy portions of an array to a new location, such as when transposing rows and columns.
In this example we start with A(3,2) (3 rows, 2 columns) initialized as... read more