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Campbell CR1000X Data Logger

Campbell CR1000X Data Logger



Brand: Campbellsci


Model: CR1000X


Origin: United States


The Campbell CR1000X data collector is a core product that we have launched based on years of data collector application results. It can provide stable data measurement and system control services for various application scenarios.


Its excellent reliability and environmental adaptability make the CR1000X data collector an ideal choice for many environmental monitoring systems such as remote unattended automatic weather stations, mesoscale observational research, wind and solar monitoring systems, environmental monitoring stations, and hydrology and water quality measurements.


The CR1000X data collector uses a sealed device to shield radio frequency interference, has a precise clock, and has low power consumption. It can be directly connected to various types of sensors for data transmission and communication.


It inherits the advantages of rich functions and strong programmability of CR series data collectors, and supports many communication protocols including PakBus, Modbus, IPv4/IPv6, HTTPS, etc.


Campbell CR1000X Datalogger Features


High environmental adaptability, the temperature working range can reach -55℃~85℃ (only for CR1000X-XT)

Support solar panel, DC, 12V battery or USB and other power supply methods

With 300+MHz fast analog measurement function

Standard 10/100M Ethernet port, optional WiFi function

Standard USB interface can be directly connected to the computer

Support MicroSD card expansion (8GB)

Supports web server function for data display, online configuration and diagnosis

Support CPI communication, support Campbell high speed sensor and distribution module (CDM)


CR1000X Data Logger


The CR1000X Data Logger is the most cost-effective one of the Campbell data collectors. It provides sensor measurement, time setting, data compression, data and program storage and control functions. It consists of a measurement control module and a distribution panel, and has powerful network communication capabilities.

The scanning rate of CR1000X Data Logger can reach 100Hz. It has multiple ports such as analog input, pulse counting, voltage excitation conversion, digital, etc. The peripheral interfaces include CS I/O, RS-232 and SDM, etc., and it is powered by a 12VDC external rechargeable battery. . For low temperature environments, users can also choose the low temperature CR1000-XT data collector.


RJ45 Male to Terminal Dongle Data Cable

CR6 datalogger  


CR1000X datalogger  


Data logger to RS-232 sensor Cable


Campbellsci RJ45 Male to Terminal Dongle Data Cable can be plugged into the RJ45 RS-232 port on a CR6 or CR1000X datalogger to connect the data logger to an RS-232 sensor.


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