The following equipment and facilities are listed under this category.
The AM16/32B multiplexer significantly increases the number of sensors that can be measured by a Campbell Scientific datalogger. It interfaces with the datalogger and adds terminals for wiring additional sensors of almost any type.
The functionalities of the software, which provides high reliability, accuracy and sampling quality (QA/QC) , allows you to manage the sampling in an easy and intuitive manner.
The PS100 provides a 12-Vdc, 7-Ah rechargeable power supply for the CR500, CR510, CR800, CR850, CR10, CR10X, and CR1000 dataloggers and peripherals. The rechargeable battery can be trickle-charged from ac power (requires optional wall charger) or fro
The SP20 is a 20-watt solar panel. It is often used for system configurations that have higher-than-average power requirements, or in higher elevation and latitude locations. It connects to Campbell Scientific power supplies and battery bases to rech
The ENC14/16 is a weather-resistant enclosure that is 14 in. wide and 16 in. tall. This medium-large enclosure can house a datalogger, a power supply, and one or more peripheral—depending on the size of the peripherals. A common use for the ENC14/16
The HOBO UX120M Pulse Logger is a highly versatile, 4-channel energy data logger that combines the functionality of four separate data loggers into one compact unit. It enables energy management professionals – from energy auditors to building commis
The ElectroPuls E10000 Linear-Torsion machine is a state-of-the-art, all-electric test instrument designed for dynamic and static testing on a wide range of materials and components.
The CR1000 is our most widely used datalogger. It can be used in a broad range of measurement and control functions. Rugged enough for extreme conditions and reliable enough for remote environments, it is also robust enough for complex configurations
The CR800 is a smaller, research-grade datalogger designed for stand-alone operation in harsh, remote environments. It is intended for smaller configurations in which fewer sensors will be measured. Each CR800 reads input from sensors, then transmits