Campbell CC5MPXWD Specifications

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WEATHER MONITORING STATIONS
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INDEX / CONTENTS
I. DRAWINGS............................................. a. Pole Mounting Details
b. Location Details
c. Weather Station Enclosure Drawing
d. Weather Station Enclosure Wiring
e. Sensor Wiring Diagram
II. POLE MOUNT DETAILS...........................
III. DATASHEETS...........................................
I - DRAWINGS
TYPICAL ENCLOSURE WIRING
AL KHARJ
9003
TYPICAL ENCLOSURE WIRING
AL KHARJ
9003
TYPICAL ENCLOSURE WIRING
AL KHARJ
9003
II - MOUNTING OPTIONS
MOUNTING OPTIONS
The Weather Monitoring Stations that are being installed provide the flexibility of being
mounted in several ways. Mounting can be done via a 10m Tower, a Tripod or most
conveniently by Pole mount.
Unlike the Tower and Tripod installations the Pole mount is light in weight, requires no
excavation or underground cable laying and no modifications to existing Plant. The Pole
mount installation consists of a pole mounted via application specific brackets to a
predetermined wall. Such an installation will be beneficial for installation and future
maintenance purposes. Custom designed brackets fabricated from galvanized steel will
guarantee long life and minimum maintenance. These heavy duty brackets are capable of
sustaining weights many times the weight of the installation. Furthermore, the installation
footprint on the existing substation building and surroundings is minimal.
Below pictures illustrate the type of bracket(s) that will be utilized.
III - DATASHEETS
WEATHER MONITORING STATION (POLE MOUNTED) - EQUIPMENT WEIGHT
NO. MODEL NO. ITEM DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
N/A
CS106
NL120
SDM-AO4A
CR1000
PS100
WindSonic1
8
9
10
11
12
HC2S3
CM206
CC5MPX
14014
ENC16/18
13
14
15
16
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
QTY WEIGHT (g) TOTAL (g)
PLUG SOCKET WITH DIN RAIL
1
260
BAROMETER/PRESSURE SENSOR
1
90
ETHERNET INTERFACE UNIT
1
66.6
ANALOG OUTPUT (VOLTAGE) CARD
2
408
DATALOGGER WITH MOUNTING KIT
1
1050
POWER SUPPLY/BATTERY
1
3100
WIND SPEED AND DIRECTION SENSOR
1
500
TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY SENSOR
WITH SHIELD
1
600
CROSSARM FOR SENSORS
1
2270
CAMERA
1
1060
WALL CHARGER
1
454
ENCLOSURE
1
7700
RAIL AND U CLAMPS (FOR MOUNTING
ENCLOSURE)
LOT
2500
DESICCANT
2
600
CABLES
LOT
5500
POLE MOUNT WITH BRACKETS
1
10000
TOTAL WEIGHT OF POLE MOUNT INSTALLATION - 37 kg
260
90
66.6
816
1050
3100
500
600
2270
1060
454
7700
2500
1200
5500
10000
ENC-Series
Weather-Resistant Enclosures
Models Available
ENC10/12
Campbell Scientific’s ENC10/12 enclosure has internal dimensions of 10 x 12 x 4.5 in. (25.4 x 30.5 x
11.4 cm) and weighs 9.0 lb. (4.1 kg). It can house one
CR200(X)-series datalogger, power supply, and one
small peripheral. A CR800, CR850, or CR1000 can
also be housed in the ENC10/12 if the #17565 stack
mounting kit is used. For peripherals that are taller,
an enclosure that has a raised lid is available; contact
Campbell Scientific for more information.
Campbell Scientific offers fiberglass-reinforced polyester enclosures for housing our dataloggers and
peripherals. These non-corrosive, white enclosures
are UV-stabilized and reflect solar radiation—reducing
temperature gradients inside the enclosure without
requiring a separate radiation shield. Dataloggers and
peripherals housed in an enclosure with desiccant are
protected from water and most pollutants.
The NEMA 4X enclosures (modified for cable entry)
include a door gasket, external grounding lug, stainless steel hinge, and a lockable hasps. The enclosures
are shipped with the 7363 enclosure supply kit that
consists of desiccant, a humidity indicator card, cable
ties, wire tie tabs, putty, grommets, screws, and PVC
coupling. Additionally, Campbell Scientific offers a
CS210 Enclosure Humidity Sensor for monitoring
relative humidity inside of the enclosure.
Backplate
Dataloggers, peripherals, and brackets are mounted to
an internal plate punched with a grid of one-inch-oncenter holes. This mounting scheme simplifies system
configuration and facilitates addition and removal of
equipment in the field.
An internal backplate is included with each ENC10/12,
ENC12/14, or ENC14/16 enclosure. Two internal
mounting plate options are offered for the ENC16/18.
The -SB option provides a backplate that is similar to
the one included with the other enclosures. The -EB
option provides both a backplate and sideplate. Photograph at right shows an ENC16/18 with the -EB option.
ENC12/14
The ENC12/14 has internal dimensions of 12 x 14 x
5.5 in (30.5 x 35.6 x 14 cm). This enclosure can house
one CR200(X)-series, CR800, CR850, CR1000, or
CR3000 datalogger, power supply, and one or more
peripherals (depending on the peripheral’s footprint).
It weighs 11.2 lb. (5 kg).
ENC14/16
This enclosure has internal dimensions of 14 x 16 x 5.5 in.
(35.6 x 40.6 x 14 cm). The ENC14/16 can house one
CR200(X)-series, CR800, CR850, CR1000, CR3000,
or CR5000 datalogger, power supply, and one or more
peripherals (depending on the peripheral’s footprint).
ENC16/18
The ENC16/18, our largest enclosure, provides internal
dimensions of 16 x 18 x 9 in (40.6 x 45.7 x 22.9 cm)
and weighs 17 lb. (7.7 kg). It can house one CR200(X)series, CR800, CR850, CR1000, CR3000, or CR5000
datalogger, power supply, and two or more peripherals
(depending on the peripheral’s footprint).
Mounting Bracket Options
Tripod
Order the -MM option if you want to mount your
enclosure to the mast of one of our tripods or to a usersupplied pipe with a 1.25-in to 2.1-in OD. A threepiece bracket attaches to the top of the enclosure and an
identical three-piece bracket attaches to the bottom of
the enclosure (see illustrations at right). Each bracket
is attached to the mast or pole via a 2-in u-bolt.
At left is an enclosure
with the -MM mount
option. The bracket is
ready to be attached
to a mast or usersupplied vertical pipe
with a 1.25-in. to 2.1in. outer diameter.
Tower
Order the -TM option if you want to mount your
enclosure to a UT10, UT20, or UT30 tower. This
mounting bracket option uses the same three-piece
brackets as the -MM option, except the pieces are
rearranged so that the flanges are on the side of the
bracket instead of in the middle. Four 1.5-in u-bolts
attach the brackets to the tower legs.
At right is an exploded view of the
-TM option. It shows
the bracket components and how the
enclosure attaches
to a tower.
Please note that enclosures with the -TM option
are shipped configured for the UT10 tower. UT20 and
UT30 customers will need to: (1) remove the bolts
attaching the bracket to the enclosure, (2) slide out
the flange sections so that the distance between the
center of each flange is 17 inches, and (3) reattach the
bracket to the enclosure using the original bolts.
Mounting Pole
Tripod Leg Base
Order the -LM option to mount the enclosure to the
leg base of a CM106, CM110, CM115, or CM120
tripod; the ENC16/18 can only be mounted to the
CM106’s leg base. This option includes a metal flange,
two brackets, and a 2.5-in u-bolt. The brackets attach
to the right and left side of the enclosure, and the flange
attaches to the tripod near the mast. The flange fits into
a notch in one of the brackets, and the other bracket
connects to a tripod leg via the u-bolt. Two enclosures
may be mounted back-to-back on a leg base.
Enclosure
Band
Screw Threads
Screw Clamp
At left shows the
-PM option, where
the enclosure is
mounted to a large
diameter pole via
band clamps.
Large Diameter Pole
Order the -PM option to mount the enclosure to a large
diameter pole such as a telephone pole. This option
uses band clamps to secure the enclosure to the pole.
Special Brackets
Special brackets are also available for attaching enclosures to CTS Towers, Rohn Towers, Aluma Towers,
or other non-Campbell Scientific instrument mounts.
Contact Campbell Scientific for more information.
An enclosure attached to the leg
base using the -LM option.
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Cable-Entry Options
Conduit(s)
Multiple cables can be routed through one conduit. The
-SC option provides one 1.5-in. diameter conduit; the
-DC option provides two horizontally-arranged 1.5-in.
diameter conduits; and the -VC option (ENC16/18
only) provides two vertically-arranged 1.5-in. diameter
conduits. A plug included in the 7363 enclosure supply
kit can reduce the conduit’s internal diameter to 0.5 in.
(1.3 cm). The enclosure supply kit also contains the
putty used to seal each conduit.
Entry Seals (-ES Option)
Entry seals have a more water-tight seal than the conduits. With the -ES option, each entry seal is compressed around one cable. The seals contain a small
vent to equalize pressure with the atmosphere. The
number and size of seals provided depends on the enclosure model (see below):
ENC10/12: (1) Medium (fits 0.231 to 0.394 in. cables)
(2) Small (fits 0.118 to 0.275 in. cables)
ENC12/14: (2) Medium (fits 0.231 to 0.394 in. cables)
(2) Small (fits 0.118. to 0.275 in. cables)
ENC14/16: (2) Large (fits 0.236 to 0.512 in. cables)
(2) Medium (fits 0.231 to 0.394 in. cables)
(2) Small (fits 0.118 to 0.275 in. cables)
ENC16/18: (2) Large (fits 0.236 to 0.512 in. cables)
(2) Medium (fits 0.231 to 0.394 in. cables)
(2) Small (fits 0.118 to 0.275 in. cables)
An enclosure with the -SC option includes one 1.5-in diameter
port for cable entry. Shown is an ENC16/18 housing a CR1000
datalogger, CH200 Regulator, and BP24 battery pack.
Accessory Installations
Antenna Cable/Bulkhead
These accessories are offered for enclosures that will house
a cellular phone, satellite transmitter, or radio. When
ordered, Campbell Scientific will punch a special bulkhead
hole in the enclosure and install a 17-in. antenna cable.
Available antenna cable/bulkhead accessories are:
19335:
Type N-to-RPSMA Antenna Cable for our
RF401-series spread spectrum radios or
CR200(X)-series dataloggers
19334:
Type N-to-SMA Antenna Cable for the RF450
radio or RavenXT-series cellular modems
19332:
Type N-to-Type N Antenna Cable for the
RF310-series radios, TX320 GOES satellite
transmitter, or FGR-115 radios
19336:
Type SMA-to-SMA Antenna Cable for the
GPS device used with satellite transmitters
19333:
Type N-to-TNC Antenna Cable for our
Raven100-series or Redwing100-series
digital cellular modems
An enclosure with the -DC option includes two horizontallyarranged 1.5-in diameter ports for cable entry (shown above).
An ENC16/18
with the -ES
option has
two small, two
medium, and
two large cable
entry seals.
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CD100 Mountable Display with Keypad
Specify #27814 to have Campbell Scientific install
a CD100 in the enclosure door. The CD100 is an
integrated keypad with display that mounts in an
enclosure lid, which allows you to enter and view
data without opening the enclosure. The CD100
provides the same operation and functionality as the
CR1000KD, and is typically used with our CR800 and
CR1000 dataloggers.
The CD100 has a vacuum fluorescent display for responsive
use through a very wide operating temperature range. It has a
water and dust ingress protection rating of IP66 when installed.
CD295 Data View II Display
Specify #18132 to have Campbell Scientific install a
CD295 in the enclosure door. The CD295 is a twoline, 32-character LCD that is used with PakBus®
dataloggers (i.e., CR200(X), CR800, CR850, CR1000,
CR3000). When the CD295 is installed in an enclosure door, you can view real-time data on-site without
opening the enclosure.
CD294 Data View Display
Specify #16737 to have Campbell Scientific install a
CD294 in the enclosure door. The CD294 is a twoline, 32-character LCD that is used with mixed-array
dataloggers (e.g., CR510, CR10X). When the CD294
is installed in an enclosure door, you can view realtime data on-site without opening the enclosure.
Enclosure Door Switch Indicator
Specify #18166 to have Campbell Scientific install an
enclosure door switch indicator or specify #18165 to
have the customer install the indicator. This small
accessory monitors when the door of the enclosure
is open. It consists of an actuator and a magnetic
switch—one is located on the case side, the other on
the door side of the enclosure. The switch is monitored with a control port on the datalogger.
When a CD295 DataView II is installed in an enclosure door, you can
view real-time data in the field without opening the enclosure.
On the ENC10/12 and ENC12/14, the actuator (above left) for the door switch indicator is attached to the enclosure case and the switch (above
right) is attached to the enclosure door. For the other enclosures, the actuator is attached to the door and the switch is attached to the case.
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CC5MPX & CC5MPXWD
High Resolution Digital Network Cameras
The CC5MPX and CC5MPXWD are high-resolution
digital cameras with video capabilities. They produce
JPG images with a resolution of up to 5 megapixels,
and shoot videos with a resolution of up to 720P.
Power conserving modes allow the cameras to be used
in remote battery-powered installations.
The CC5MPX and CC5MPXWD have several options for image acquisition and storage. Still images or
videos can be taken based on an internal timer, motion
detection, or a trigger from a PakBus device (datalogger or MD485). The images or videos can then be
stored on an SD card, saved in a datalogger’s memory,
sent to a PC via email, or transmitted to an FTP server.
Designed to work in harsh environments, the cameras
can operate at temperatures as low as -40°C and as
high as 60°C. They have an integrated environmentally sealed enclosure that protects them from moisture
and high-humidity. Additionally, the CC5MPXWD
includes an window defroster that prevents and removes light frost and icing* from the camera’s window.
The 18549 mounting bracket kit fastens the camera to a CM202,
CM204, or CM206 crossarm. Curved notches in the bracket allow the camera to be aimed at the desired target.
Connections
The CC5MPXCBL1 cable connects the camera to the
power supply and is required to use the camera. This
cable is also used to attach the camera to a datalogger COM port, MD485, or PC. Connection to the
PC allows the camera to be configured via our Device
Configuration utility (the DB9M-TERM interface that
is shipped with the camera is also required).
An Ethernet cable is also required. Typically the
CC5MPXCBL2 RJ45 Environmental Cable is used.
The 13658 Ethernet cable can be used instead of the
CC5MPXCBL2 for indoor connections or for temporary outdoor connections while
the weather is good.
The connectors have
metal caps that are
chained to the camera.
The Ethernet cable connects
the camera to a network router,
cellular modem, or laptop. This
connection allows access to a
web interface used for camera
configuration, targeting, and focusing. System status, date, time,
and other information are also
displayed on the web interface.
Above is a photograph taken by the CC5MPX camera. Campbell
Scientific Canada installed the camera high above Edmonton’s
spectacular river valley on the University of Alberta’s H.M. Tory
Building. The camera records visual weather conditions every
15 minutes and transfers the image via FTP to a local server.
*With extreme icing or riming conditions and low temperatures, the CC5MPXWD’s window defroster may not be able to clear the window due
to the power constraints of the defroster.
Ordering Information
Specifications
Operating Power
CC5MPX:
CC5MPXWD:
Digital Cameras
CC5MPX
CSC High Resolution Digital Network Camera
(-40° to +60°C)
CC5MPXWD
CSC High Resolution Digital Network Camera with
window defroster (-40° to +60°C)
9 to 30 Vdc
9 to 16 Vdc
Current Drain
Operating (camera only):
Quiescent:
CC5MPXWD defroster on:
Memory Option (choose one)
250 mA (maximum at 12 Vdc)
≤1 mA (off power mode)
1.2 A (maximum at 16 Vdc);
1 A (typical at 12 Vdc)
-NC
No SD Memory Card
Operating Temperature:
-40° to +60°C
-4G
4 GB SD Memory Card
-8G
8 GB SD Memory Card
CC5MPXWD Heating
Element Resistance:
18 Ohm
Clock Accuracy:
±2 min./year (-40° to +60°C)
Lens
Size:
Mount:
IRIS:
4 to 12 mm
C-type
DC compatible
Accessories
18549
CC5MPX Mounting Kit
CC5MPXCBL1-L
CC5MPX Power and I/O Cable. Enter cable length,
in feet, after the -L. Maximum length is 100 ft.
CC5MPXCBL2-L
CC5MPX RJ45 Environmental Cable. Enter length,
in feet, after the -L. Maximum length is 225 ft.
13658
10Base-T CAT5 Ethernet Cable with 7 ft length.
Image or Video
Capture Triggers:
Two independent self timers;
external trigger; motion
detection; web page control
Programmable Still Image
Resolutions (JPEG):
Video:
2592 x 1944; 1280 x 960;
1280 x 720; 640 x 480;
640 x 352; 320 x 240;
320 x 176
Capable of up to 720P for
1280 x 720 (MPEG4)
640 x 480 (MJPEG),
320 x 240 (MPEG4)
External Input Signal
Logic Low Level:
Logic High Level:
Minimum Pulse Width:
0.65 Vdc (-20 Vdc absolute min.)
>2.0 Vdc (+20 Vdc absolute max.)
10 ms
Communication Interfaces:
RS-232 port; RS-485 port;
Ethernet 10/100
Communications Protocols:
PAKBUS; FTP; email; Web page
interface via web browser
Communication Switched Power Output
Maximum Output Current: 750 mA
Maximum Baud Rate:
115.2 kbps (RS-232, RS-485 only)
Memory Card Interface
Type:
File System:
File Type:
Size:
Secure Digital (SD)
FAT32
JPEG (image), AVI (video)
Verified up to 16 GB
Image Capture Time (from wakeup to start of capture)
Fully On:
<1 s (5 MP images take longer)
Partially On:
10 s
Deep Sleep:
15 s
Off State:
90 s
The CC5MPX has a 4 to 12 mm lens, which provides an approximate 27° horizontal field of view when fully zoomed in and an
80° horizontal field of view when fully zoomed out.
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Dimensions
Diameter:
Length:
3.7 in. (9.3 cm)
8.7 in. (22 cm)
Weight:
2.34 lb (1.06 kg)
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CR1000
measurement & control datalogger
A rugged
instrument with
research-grade
performance.
CR1000 Measurement and Control System
The CR1000 provides precision measurement capabilities in a rugged, battery-operated package. It consists of a measurement and
control module and a wiring panel. Standard operating range is -25° to +50°C; an optional extended range of -55° to +85°C is available.
Input/Output Terminals—
Individually configured
for ratiometric resistive
bridge, thermocouple,
switch closure, high frequency pulse, low-level ac,
serial sensors, and more.
CS I/O Port—connects with
AC-powered PCs and communication peripherals such
as phone, RF, short-haul, and
multidrop modems.
Removable Power Terminal—simplifies
connection to external power supply.
RS-232—provides
a 9-pin DCE port
for connecting a
battery-powered
laptop, serial
sensors or RS-232
modems.
{
Peripheral Port—allows data to be
stored on a CompactFlash card and/or
supports Ethernet communications.
Features
Measurement and Control Module
• 4 Mbyte memory*
• Program execution rate of up to 100 Hz
• CS I/O and RS-232 serial ports
• 13-bit analog to digital conversions
• 16-bit H8S Renesas Microcontroller with 32-bit
internal CPU architecture
• Temperature compensated real-time clock
• Background system calibration for accurate measurements over time and temperature changes
• Single DAC used for excitation and measurements
to give ratio metric measurements
• Gas Discharge Tube (GDT) protected inputs
• Data values stored in tables with a time stamp and
record number
• Battery-backed SRAM memory and clock ensuring
data, programs, and accurate time are maintained
while the CR1000 is disconnected from its main
power source
• Serial communications with serial sensors and
devices supported via I/O port pairs
• PakBus®, Modbus, DNP3, TCP/IP, FTP, and
SMTP protocols supported
The module measures sensors, drives direct communications and telecommunications, reduces data, controls external devices, and stores data and programs in
on-board, non-volatile storage. The electronics are RF
shielded and glitch protected by the sealed, stainless
steel canister. A battery-backed clock assures accurate
timekeeping. The module can simultaneously provide
measurement and communication functions. The
on-board, BASIC-like programming language supports data processing and analysis routines.
Wiring Panel
The CR1000WP is a black, anodized aluminum wiring
panel that is compatible with all CR1000 modules. The
wiring panel includes switchable 12 V, redistributed
analog grounds (dispersed among analog channels
rather than grouped), unpluggable terminal block for
12 V connections, gas-tube spark gaps, and 12 V supply on pin 8 to power our COM-series phone modems
and other peripherals. The control module easily disconnects from the wiring panel allowing field replacement without rewiring the sensors. A description of
the wiring panel’s input/output channels follows.
*Originally, the standard CR1000 had 2 MB of data/program storage, and an optional version, the CR1000-4M, had 4 MB of memory. In September
2007, the standard CR1000 started having 4 MB of memory, making the CR1000-4M obsolete. Dataloggers that have a module with a serial number greater than or equal to 11832 will have a 4 MB memory. The 4 MB dataloggers will also have a sticker on the canister stating “4M Memory”.
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Analog Inputs
Eight differential (16 single-ended) channels measure voltage levels. Resolution on the most sensitive
range is 0.67 µV.
Communication Protocols
Pulse Counters
Two pulse channels can count pulses from high level
(5 V square wave), switch closure, or low level AC signals.
The CR1000 supports the PakBus, Modbus, DNP3,
TCP/IP, FTP, and SMTP communication protocols.
With the PakBus protocol, networks have the distributed routing intelligence to continually evaluate links.
Continually evaluating links optimizes delivery times
and, in the case of delivery failure, allows automatic
switch over to a configured backup route.
Switched Voltage Excitations
Three outputs provide precision excitation voltages for
resistive bridge measurements.
The Modbus RTU protocol supports both floating
point and long formats. The datalogger can act as a
slave and/or master.
Digital I/O Ports
Eight ports are provided for frequency measurements,
digital control, and triggering. Three of these ports can
also be used to measure SDM devices. The I/O ports
can be paired as transmit and receive. Each pair has 0
to 5 V UART hardware that allows serial communications with serial sensors and devices. An RS232-tologic level converter may be required in some cases.
The DNP3 protocol supports only long data formats.
The dataloggers are level 2 slave compliant, with some
of the operations found in a level 3 implementation.
The TCP/IP, FTP, and SMTP protocols provide TCP/IP
functionality when the CR1000 is used in conjunction
with an NL115, NL120, or third party serial IP device.
Refer to the CR1000 manual for more information.
Power Supplies
CS I/O Port
AC-powered PCs and many communication peripherals
connect with the CR1000 via this port. Connection to
an AC-powered PC requires either an SC32B or SC-USB
interface. These interfaces isolate the PC’s electrical
system from the datalogger, thereby protecting against
ground loops, normal static discharge, and noise.
Any 12 Vdc source can power the CR1000; a PS100 or
BPALK is typically used. The PS100 provides a 7-Ahr
sealed rechargeable battery that should be connected to
a charging source (either a wall charger or solar panel).
The BPALK consists of eight non-rechargeable D-cell
alkaline batteries with a 7.5-Ahr rating at 20°C.
Also available are the BP12 and BP24 battery packs,
which provide nominal ratings of 12 and 24 Ahrs,
respectively. These batteries should be connected to a
regulated charging source (e.g., a CH100 connected to
a unregulated solar panel or wall charger).
RS-232 Port
This non-isolated port is for connecting a batterypowered laptop, serial sensor, or RS-232 modem.
Because of ground loop potential on some measurements (e.g., low level single-ended measurements),
AC-powered PCs should use the CS I/O port instead of
the RS-232 port (see above).
Enclosure/Stack Bracket
A CR1000 housed in a weather-resistant enclosure can
collect data under extremely harsh conditions. The
17565 Stack Bracket allows a small peripheral to be
placed under the mounting bracket, thus conserving
space. With the bracket, the CR1000 can be attached
in a “horizontal” orientation in an ENC10/12 enclosure
(i.e., the long axis of the CR1000 spanning the short
axis of the enclosure).
Peripheral Port
One 40-pin port interfaces with the NL115 Ethernet
Interface & CompactFlash Module, the NL120 Ethernet Interface, or the CFM100 CompactFlash® Module.
Switched 12 Volt
This terminal provides unregulated 12 V that can be
switched on and off under program control.
Storage Capacity
The CR1000 has 2 MB of flash memory for the Operating System, and 4 MB of battery-backed SRAM for CPU
usage, program storage, and data storage. Data is stored
in a table format. The storage capacity of the CR1000
can be increased by using a CompactFlash card.
Above is a CR1000 mounted to the stack bracket. The Velcro
strap is for fastening a peripheral to the base of the bracket.
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Data Storage and Retrieval Options
To determine the best option for an application, consider the accessibility of the site, availability of services (e.g., cellular phone or
satellite coverage), quantity of data to collect, and desired time between data-collection sessions. Some communication options can
be combined—increasing the flexibility, convenience, and reliability of the communications.
Keyboard Display
The CR1000KD can be used to program the CR1000,
manually initiate data transfer, and display data. The
CR1000KD displays 8 lines x 21 characters (64 x 128
pixels) and has a 16-character
keyboard. Custom menus are
supported allowing customers to
set up choices within the datalogger program that can be initiated
by a simple “toggle” or “pick list”.
Multidrop Interface
The MD485 intelligent RS-485 interface permits a
PC to address and communicate with one or more
dataloggers over the CABLE2TP two-twisted pair
cable. Distances up to 4000 feet are supported.
Ethernet
Use of an NL120, NL115, or NL100 interface enables
the CR1000 to communicate over a local network or a
dedicated Internet connection via TCP/IP. The NL115
can also store data on a CompactFlash card.
One CR1000KD can be
carried from station to station in a CR1000 network.
Radios
Radio frequency (RF) communications are supported
via narrow-band UHF, narrow-band VHF, spread
spectrum, or meteor burst radios. Line-of-sight is
required for all of our RF options.
Portable Handheld Devices
An Archer-PCon or user-supplied PDA can be used to
collect and display the CR1000’s data, transfer datalogger programs, graph data for up to two elements, and
transfer the datalogger’s data to a PC. User-supplied PDAs
require either PConnect or PConnectCE software.
Telephone Networks
The CR1000 can communicate with a PC using landlines, cellular CDMA, or cellular GPRS transceivers.
A voice synthesized modem enables anyone to call the
CR1000 via phone and receive a verbal report of realtime site conditions.
Direct Links
AC-powered PCs connect with the datalogger’s CS I/O
port via an SC32B or SC-USB interface. These interfaces provide optical isolation. A battery-powered laptop can be attached to the CR1000’s RS-232 port via an
RS-232 cable—no interface required.
Satellite Transmitters
Our NESDIS-certified GOES satellite transmitter provides one-way communications from a Data Collection
Platform (DCP) to a receiving station. We also offer
an Argos transmitter that is ideal for high-altitude and
polar applications.
External Data Storage Devices
A CFM100 or NL115 module can store the CR1000’s data
on an industrial-grade CompactFlash (CF) card (2 GB
or less). The PC reads the CF card using either the CF1
CompactFlash Adapter or a 17752 USB Reader/Writer.
The CR1000 can also store data on an SC115 2-GB
Flash Memory Drive. This light-weight device can
easily be carried to the PC for data download.
CD295 DataView II Display
This two-line, 32-character LCD displays one real-time
value, a description, and units. It is typically mounted
in an enclosure lid, which allows customers to view the
CR1000’s data on-site without opening the enclosure.
Short Haul Modems
The SRM-5A RAD Short Haul Modem supports communications between the CR1000 and a PC via a fourwire unconditioned line (two twisted pairs).
This weather station at Denali National Park, Alaska, transmits data
via a GOES satellite transmitter.
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Channel Expansion
4-Channel Low Level AC Module
The LLAC4 is a small peripheral device that allows
customers to increase the number of available lowlevel ac inputs by using control ports. This module is
often used to measure up to four anemometers, and is
especially useful for wind profiling applications.
Synchronous Devices for Measurement (SDMs)
SDMs are addressable peripherals that expand the datalogger’s measurement and control capabilities. For
example, SDMs are available to add control ports, analog
outputs, pulse count channels, interval timers, or even
a CANbus interface to the system. Multiple SDMs, in
any combination, can be connected to one datalogger.
Multiplexers
Multiplexers increase the number of sensors that can
be measured by a CR1000 by sequentially connecting
each sensor to the datalogger. Several multiplexers can
be controlled by a single CR1000.
The Network Planner, included in LoggerNet 4 or higher, generates device settings and configures the LoggerNet network map
for PakBus networks.
PC400, our mid-level software, supports a variety of
telemetry options, manual data collection, and data
display. For programming, it includes both Short Cut and
the CRBasic program editor. PC400 does not support
combined communication options (e.g., phone-to-RF),
PakBus® routing, or scheduled data collection.
RTDAQ is an ideal solution for industrial and realtime users desiring to use reliable data collection
software over a single telecommunications medium,
and who do not rely on scheduled data collection.
RTDAQ’s strength lies in its ability to handle the
display of high speed data.
The CR1000 is compatible with the AM16/32B (shown above)
and AM25T multiplexers.
Software
Starter Software
Our easy-to-use starter software is intended for first
time users or applications that don’t require sophisticated communications or datalogger program editing.
SCWin Short Cut generates straight-forward CR1000
programs in four easy steps. PC200W allows customers to transfer a program to, or retrieve data from a
CR1000 via a direct communications link.
LoggerNet is Campbell Scientific’s full-featured datalogger support software. It is referred to as “full-featured”
because it provides a way to accomplish almost all the
tasks you’ll need to complete when using a datalogger.
LoggerNet supports combined communication options
(e.g., phone-to-RF) and scheduled data collection.
At www.campbellsci.com/downloads you can download
starter software at no charge. Our Resource CD also
provides this software as well as PDF versions of our
brochures and manuals.
Datalogger Support Software
Our datalogger support software packages provide
more capabilities than our starter software. These
software packages contains program editing, communications, and display tools that can support an entire
datalogger network.
Both LoggerNet and RTDAQ use View Pro to display historical
data in a tabular or graphical format.
Applications
The measurement precision, flexibility, long-term reliability, and economical price of the CR1000 make it ideal for scientific, commercial,
and industrial applications.
Meteorology
The CR1000 is used in long-term climatological monitoring, meteorological research, and routine weather
measurement applications.
Wind Profiling
Our data acquisition systems can monitor conditions
at wind assessment sites, at producing wind farms,
and along transmission lines. The CR1000 makes and
records measurements, controls electrical devices, and
can function as PLCs or RTUs. Because the datalogger has its own power supply (batteries, solar panels),
it can continue to measure and store data and perform
control during power outages.
Our rugged, reliable weather station measures meteorological
conditions at St. Mary’s Lake, Glacier National Park, MT.
Sensors the CR1000 can measure include:
• cup, propeller, and
sonic anemometers
• tipping bucket
rain gages
• wind vanes
• pyranometers
• ultrasonic ranging
sensor
• thermistors, RTDs,
and thermocouples
• barometric pressure
sensors
• RH sensors
• cooled mirror
hygrometers
For turbine performance
A Campbell Scientific system
monitors an offshore wind
applications, the CR1000
monitors electrical current, farm in North Wales.
voltage, wattage, stress, and torque.
Soil Moisture
The CR1000 is compatible with the following soil
moisture measurement technologies:
• Soil moisture blocks are inexpensive sensors
that estimate soil water potential.
• Matric water potential sensors also estimate
soil water potential but are more durable than
soil moisture blocks.
• Time-Domain Reflectometry Systems (TDR)
use a reflectometer controlled by a CR1000 to
accurately measure soil water content. Multiplexers allow sequential measurement of a large
number of probes by one reflectometer, reducing
cost per measurement.
• Self-contained water content reflectometers are
sensors that emit and measure a TDR pulse.
• Tensiometers measure the soil pore pressure of
irrigated soils and calculate soil moisture.
Agriculture and Agricultural Research
The versatility of the CR1000
allows measurement of agricultural processes and equipment
in applications such as:
• plant water research
• canopy energy balance
• machinery performance
• plant pathology
• crop management
decisions
• food processing/storage
• frost prediction
• irrigation scheduling
This vitaculture site in
Australia integrates meteo• integrated pest
rological, soil, and crop
management
measurements.
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Typical sensors for wind assessment applications include, but are not limited to:
• sonic anemometers
• three-cup and propeller
anemometers (up to
10 anemometers can be
measured by using two
LLAC4 peripherals)
• wind vanes
• temperature sensors
• barometric pressure
• wetness
• solar radiation
Air Quality
The CR1000 can monitor and control gas analyzers,
particle samplers, and visibility sensors. It can also
automatically control calibration sequences and
compute conditional averages that exclude invalid
data (e.g., data recorded during power failures or calibration intervals).
Vehicle Testing
This versatile, rugged datalogger is ideally suited
for testing cold and hot temperature, high altitude,
off-highway, and cross-country performance. The
CR1000 is compatible with our SDM-CAN interface
and GPS16X-HVS receiver.
Road Weather/RWIS
Our fully NTCIP-compliant Environmental Sensor
Stations (ESS) are robust, reliable weather stations used
for road weather/RWIS applications. A typical ESS
includes a tower, CR1000, two road sensors, remote communication hardware, and sensors that measure wind
speed and direction, air temperature, humidity, barometric pressure, solar radiation, and precipitation.
Water Resources/Aquaculture
Our CR1000 is well-suited to remote, unattended
monitoring of hydrologic conditions. Most hydrologic
sensors, including SDI-12 probes, interface directly to
the CR1000. Typical hydrologic measurements:
• Water level is monitored with incremental shaft
encoders, double bubblers, ultrasonic ranging
sensors, resistance tapes, strain gage pressure
transducers, or vibrating wire pressure transducers.
Vibrating wire transducers require an AVW200series or another vibrating wire interface.
• Ionic conductivity measurements use one of the
switched excitation ports from the CR1000.
• Samplers are controlled by the CR1000 as a function of time, water quality, or water level.
• Alarm and pump actuation are controlled through
digital I/O ports that operate external relay drivers.
A turbidity sensor was installed in a tributary of the Cedar River
watershed to monitor water quality conditions for the city of
Seattle, Washington.
Vehicle monitoring includes not only passenger cars, but airplanes, locomotives, helicopters, tractors, buses, heavy trucks,
drilling rigs, race cars, and motorcycles.
The CR1000 can measure:
• Suspension—strut pressure, spring force, travel,
mounting point stress, deflection, ride
• Fuel system—line and tank pressure, flow, temperature, injection timing
• Comfort control— fan speed, ambient and supply
air temperature, refrigerant pressures, solar radiation, ac on and off, time-to-comfort, blower current
• Brakes—line pressure, pedal pressure and travel,
ABS, line and pad temperature
• Engine—pressure, temperature, crank position,
RPM, time-to-start, oil pump cavitation
• General vehicle—chassis monitoring, road noise,
vehicle position and speed, steering, air bag, hot/
cold soaks, wind tunnels, traction, CANbus, wiper
speed and current, vehicle electrical loads
Other Applications
• Eddy covariance systems
• Wireless sensor/datalogger networks
• Mesonet systems
• Avalanche forecasting, snow science, polar,
high altitude
• Fire weather
• Geotechnical
• Historic preservation
CR1000 Specifications
Electrical specifications are valid over a -25° to +50°C range unless otherwise specified; non-condensing environment required. To maintain electrical
specifications, Campbell Scientific recommends recalibrating dataloggers every two years. We recommend that the system configuration and critical
specifications are confirmed with Campbell Scientific before purchase.
PROGRAM EXECUTION RATE
CURRENT SOURCING/SINKING: ±25 mA
10 ms to one day @ 10 ms increments
RESISTANCE MEASUREMENTS
ANALOG INPUTS (SE1-SE16 or DIFF1-DIFF8)
MEASUREMENT TYPES: The CR1000 provides
ratiometric measurements of 4- and 6-wire full
bridges, and 2-, 3-, and 4-wire half bridges.
Precise, dual polarity excitation using any of the
3 switched voltage excitations eliminates dc errors.
8 differential (DF) or 16 single-ended (SE) individually
configured. Channel expansion provided by AM16/32B
and AM25T multiplexers.
RANGES and RESOLUTION: Basic resolution
(Basic Res) is the A/D resolution of a single
conversion. Resolution of DF measurements
with input reversal is half the Basic Res.
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Range (mV)
DF Res (µV)
±5000
±2500
±250
±25
±7.5
±2.5
2
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VOLTAGE RATIO ACCURACY : Assuming excitation
voltage of at least 1000 mV, not including bridge
resistor error.
±(0.04% of voltage reading + offset)/Vx
Basic Res (µV)
667
333
33.3
3.33
1.0
0.33
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Accuracy does not include the sensor and measurement
noise. The offsets are defined as:
Offset for DF w/input reversal = 1.5·Basic Res + 1.0 µV
Offset for DF w/o input reversal = 3·Basic Res + 2.0 µV
Offset for SE = 3·Basic Res + 3.0 µV
1333
667
66.7
6.7
2.0
0.67
Offset values are reduced by a factor of 2 when
excitation reversal is used.
Range overhead of ~9% on all ranges guarantees that
full-scale values will not cause over range.
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2
Resolution of DF measurements with input reversal.
ACCURACY3:
±(0.06% of reading + offset), 0° to 40°C
±(0.12% of reading + offset), -25° to 50°C
±(0.18% of reading + offset), -55° to 85°C (-XT only)
PERIOD AVERAGE
Any of the16 SE analog inputs can be used for period
averaging. Accuracy is ±(0.01% of reading + resolution), where resolution is 136 ns divided by the specified number of cycles to be measured.
INPUT AMPLITUDE AND FREQUENCY:
Signal (peak to peak)7
3
Accuracy does not include the sensor and measurement
noise. The offsets are defined as:
Offset for DF w/input reversal = 1.5·Basic Res + 1.0 µV
Offset for DF w/o input reversal = 3·Basic Res + 2.0 µV
Offset for SE = 3·Basic Res + 3.0 µV
Input
Voltage Range
Gain (±mV)
1
2500
10
250
33
25
100
2.5
INPUT NOISE VOLTAGE: For DF measurements
with input reversal on ±2.5 mV input range; digital
resolution dominates for higher ranges.
250 µs Integration:
0.34 µV RMS
50/60 Hz Integration:
0.19 µV RMS
With signal centered at the datalogger ground.
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The maximum frequency = 1/(Twice Minimum Pulse Width)
for 50% of duty cycle signals.
50 Hz4
Total Time5
Settling
Time
450 µs
3 ms
20.00 ms
SE w/
No Rev
~1 ms
~20 ms
~25 ms
3 ms
DF w/
Input Rev
~12 ms
~40 ms
4
Max (V)
10
2
2
2
Max8
Freq
(kHz)
200
50
8
5
7
ANALOG MEASUREMENT SPEED:
Integration Type/ IntegraCode
tion Time
250
250 µs
60 Hz4 16.67 ms
Min. (mV)
500
10
5
2
Min
Pulse
Width
(µV)
2.5
10
62
100
~50 ms
AC line noise filter.
5
Includes 250 µs for conversion to engineering units.
INPUT LIMITS: ±5 V
PULSE COUNTERS (P1-P2)
(2) inputs individually selectable for switch closure, high
frequency pulse, or low-level ac. Independent 24-bit
counters for each input.
MAXIMUM COUNTS PER SCAN: 16.7x106
SWITCH CLOSURE MODE:
Minimum Switch Closed Time: 5 ms
Minimum Switch Open Time: 6 ms
Max. Bounce Time: 1 ms open w/o being counted
SUSTAINED INPUT VOLTAGE W/O DAMAGE:
±16 Vdc max.
HIGH-FREQUENCY PULSE MODE:
Maximum Input Frequency: 250 kHz
Maximum Input Voltage: ±20 V
Voltage Thresholds: Count upon transition from
below 0.9 V to above 2.2 V after input filter with
1.2 µs time constant.
INPUT CURRENT: ±1 nA typical, ±6 nA max.
@ 50°C; ±90 nA @ 85°C
LOW-LEVEL AC MODE: Internal AC coupling removes
AC offsets up to ±0.5 V.
DC COMMON MODE REJECTION: >100 dB
NORMAL MODE REJECTION: 70 dB @ 60 Hz
when using 60 Hz rejection
Input Hysteresis: 12 mV @ 1 Hz
Maximum ac Input Voltage: ±20 V
Minimum ac Input Voltage:
INPUT RESISTANCE: 20 Gohms typical
ACCURACY OF BUILT-IN REFERENCE JUNCTION
THERMISTOR (for thermocouple measurements):
±0.3°C, -25° to 50°C
±0.8°C, -55° to 85°C (-XT only)
Sine Wave (mV RMS)
Range(Hz)
20
200
2000
5000
1.0 to 20
0.5 to 200
0.3 to 10,000
0.3 to 20,000
ANALOG OUTPUTS (Vx1-Vx3)
3 switched voltage, active only during measurement,
one at a time.
RANGE AND RESOLUTION: Voltage outputs programmable between ±2.5 V with 0.67 mV resolution.
Vx ACCURACY: ±(0.06% of setting + 0.8 mV), 0° to 40°C
±(0.12% of setting + 0.8 mV), -25° to 50°C
±(0.18% of setting + 0.8 mV), -55° to 85°C (-XT only)
Vx FREQUENCY SWEEP FUNCTION: Switched outputs
provide a programmable swept frequency, 0 to 2500 mv
square waves for exciting vibrating wire transducers.
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8 ports software selectable, as binary inputs or control outputs. Also provide edge timing, subroutine interrupts/wake
up, switch closure pulse counting, high frequency pulse
counting, asynchronous communications (UART), SDI-12
communications, and SDM communications.
SWITCH CLOSURE FREQUENCY MAX: 150 Hz
EDGE TIMING RESOLUTION: 540 ns
OUTPUT VOLTAGES (no load): high 5.0 V ±0.1 V;
low <0.1
OUTPUT RESISTANCE: 330 ohms
INPUT STATE: high 3.8 to 16 V; low -8.0 to 1.2 V
INPUT HYSTERESIS: 1.4 V
INPUT RESISTANCE: 100 kohms
SWITCHED 12 V (SW-12)
One independent 12 V unregulated sources switched on
and off under program control. Thermal fuse hold current
= 900 mA @ 20°C, 650 mA @ 50°C, 360 mA @ 85°C.
CE COMPLIANCE
STANDARD(S) TO WHICH CONFORMITY IS
DECLARED: IEC61326:2002
COMMUNICATIONS
RS-232 PORTS:
9-pin: DCE port for battery-powered computer or
non-CSI modem connection.
COM1 to COM4: Four independent Tx/Rx pairs on
control ports (non-isolated); 0 to 5 VUART
Baud Rates: selectable from 300 bps to 115.2 kbps.
Default Format: 8 data bits; 1 stop bits; no parity
Optional Formats: 7 data bits; 2 stop bits; odd, even
parity
CS I/O PORT: Interface with CSI peripherals
SDI-12: Digital control ports 1, 3, 5, and 7 are
individually configured and meet SDI-12 Standard
version 1.3 for datalogger mode. Up to ten SDI-12
sensors are supported per port.
PERIPHERAL PORT: 40-pin interface for attaching
CompactFlash or Ethernet peripherals
PROTOCOLS SUPPORTED: PakBus, Modbus, DNP3,
FTP, HTTP, XML, POP3, SMTP, Telnet, NTCIP, NTP,
SDI-12, SDM
CPU AND INTERFACE
PROCESSOR: Renesas H8S 2322 (16-bit CPU with
32-bit internal core)
MEMORY: 2 MB of Flash for operating system; 4 MB
of battery-backed SRAM for CPU usage, program
storage and data storage.
CLOCK ACCURACY: ±3 min. per year. Correction
via GPS optional.
SYSTEM POWER REQUIREMENTS
VOLTAGE: 9.6 to 16 Vdc (reverse polarity protected)
EXTERNAL BATTERIES: 12 Vdc nominal
TYPICAL CURRENT DRAIN:
Sleep Mode: ~0.6 mA
1 Hz Sample Rate (1 fast SE meas.): 1 mA
100 Hz Sample Rate (1 fast SE meas.): 16.2 mA
100 Hz Sample Rate (1 fast SE meas. w/RS-232
communication): 27.6 mA
Optional Keyboard Display On (no backlight): add
7 mA to current drain
Optional Keyboard Display On (backlight on): add
100 mA to current drain
PHYSICAL
DIMENSIONS: 9.4" x 4" x 2.4" (23.9 x 10.2 x 6.1 cm);
additional clearance required for serial cable and
sensor leads.
WEIGHT: 2.1 lbs (1 kg)
WARRANTY
3-years against defects in materials and workmanship.
HIGH-FREQUENCY MAX: 400 kHz
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CS106
Barometric Pressure Sensor
The CS106 barometer uses Vaisala’s BAROCAP silicon capacitive sensor to measure barometric pressure
over a 500 to 1100 millibar range. The CS106 outputs
a linear signal of 0 to 2.5 Vdc, allowing it to be directly
connected to Campbell Scientific dataloggers. The
CS106 is compatible with all of our contemporary
dataloggers and many of our retired dataloggers
(e.g., CR510, CR10(X), CR23X).
The CS106 includes
a switching circuit
that allows the datalogger to power the
barometer only during measurement,
which reduces power
consumption. Sensor
warm-up and measurement time is one
second minimum.
Construction and Mounting
The CS106 is encased in a plastic shell (ABS/PC blend)
fitted with an intake valve for pressure equilibration.
It includes a 2.5 ft cable and a terminal strip for datalogger power and signal connections. The CS106 is
typically mounted next to the datalogger inside an
ENC12/14 or larger enclosure. The ENC100 is available for housing the CS106 in its own enclosure.
Manufacturer’s Specifications
Total Accuracy1:
±0.3 mb @ +20°C
±0.6 mb @ 0° to 40°C
±1.0 mb @ -20° to +45°C
±1.5 mb @ -40° to +60°C
Linearity:
±0.25 mb
Hysteresis:
±0.03 mb
The following accessories are used when the barometer will be
housed in a different enclosure than the datalogger.
Repeatability:
±0.03 mb
ENC100
6.7 in. by 5.5 in enclosure for housing only the CS106.
Calibration Uncertainty:
±0.15 mb
CABLE5CBL-L
5-conductor, 24 AWG cable with drain wire and Santoprene jacket. Enter cable length, in feet, after the -L.
Must choose a cable termination option (see below).
Long-Term Stability:
±0.1 mb per year
Operating Temperature:
-40° to +60°C
Dimensions:
2.7” x 3.8” x 1.1”
(6.8 cm x 9.7 cm x 2.8 cm)
Weight:
3.2 oz (90 g)
Supply Voltage:
10 to 30 Vdc
Current Consumption:
<4 mA (active),
<1 µA (quiescent)
Settling Time:
1 second to reach full accuracy
after power-up
Response Time:
500 ms to reach full accuracy
after a pressure step
Ordering Information
Barometric Pressure Sensor
CS106
Vaisala PTB110 Barometer (500 to 1100 mb), with
30 in. cable.
Accessories
Cable Termination Options (choose one)
-PT
Cable terminates in pigtails for direct connection to
datalogger’s terminals.
-PW
Cable terminates in a connector for attachment to a
prewired enclosure.
The ENC100 is a
very small enclosure
that can house one
CS106. It includes a
backplate, compression fitting, vent, and
mounting bracket.
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COMPONENTS
HC2S3
Temperature and RH Sensor
The HC2S3 is a rugged, accurate temperature/RH probe that is
ideal for long-term, unattended applications. The probe uses a
Rotronic’s IN1 capacitive sensor to measure RH and a 100 ohm
PRT to measure temperature. For optimum results, the HC2S3
should be recalibrated annually.
The HC2S3 comes with a polyethylene filter that protects its sensor
from fine dust and particles and minimizes water absorption and
retention. Alternatively, a teflon filter is available for marine environments. The response time is slower when using the teflon filter.
41003-5
Sensor Mounts
The 41003-5 radiation shield should be used when the HC2S3 is
exposed to sunlight. The 41003-5 can attach directly to a mast or
tower leg or to a CM202, CM204, or CM206 crossarm.
Crossarm
HC2S3
Ordering Information
Air Temperature and Relative Humidity Probe
HC2S3-L
Rotronics Temperature/RH Probe with user-specified
cable length. Enter cable length, in feet, after the -L. The
maximum cable length is 1000 ft. Must choose a cable
termination option (see below).
Cable Termination Options (choose one)
-PT
Cable terminates in stripped and tinned leads for direct
connection to a datalogger’s terminals.
-PW
Cable terminates in connector for attachment to a
prewired enclosure.
-CWS
Cable terminates in a connector for attachment to a
CWS900-series interface. Connection to a CWS900-series interface allows this sensor to be used in a wireless
sensor network.
41003-5
Tripod or
Tower Mast
HC2S3
Accessories
41003-5
10-Plate Gill Radiation Shield to house the HC2S3
27755
Teflon Filter for marine environments.
Recommended Cable Lengths
2-m Height
Atop a tripod or tower via a 2-ft crossarm such as the CM202
Mast/Leg
CM202
CM6
CM106
CM10
CM110
CM115
CM120
UT10
UT20
UT30
9 ft
11 ft
11 ft
14 ft
14 ft
14 ft
19 ft
24 ft
14 ft
24 ft
37 ft
Note: Add two feet to the cable length if mounting the enclosure to the leg base of a CM106, CM110, CM115, or CM120 tripod.
Specifications
Electronics
Operating Limits:
-40° to +100°C
Storage Temperature:
-50° to +100°C
Temperature Accuracy Graph
+0.6
Dimensions
Diameter:
Length:
15 mm (0.6 in.)
168 mm (6.6 in.)
Weight:
10 g (0.35 oz)
Filter:
Polyethylene or Teflon
Current Consumption:
<4.5 mA @ 3.3 Vdc
<4.3 mA @ 5 Vdc
<2.0 mA @ 12 Vdc
+0.4
Supply Voltage:
5 to 24 Vdc
Maximum Startup Current:
<50 mA for 2 µs
Accuracy °C
+0.2
0
-0.2
-0. 4
-0.6
-0.8
-1.0
Air Temperature
-40
Temperature Sensor:
PT100 RTD, IEC 751 1/3 Class B
Measurement Range:
-50° to +100°C
(default to -40° to +60°C)
Output Signal Range:
0 to 1 V
Long Term Stability:
<0.1°C/year
Sensor Time Constant:
Typical 4 s, 63% step change
(1 m/s air flow at sensor)
Temperature Accuracy:
see graph at top right
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100
Temperature °C
RH Accuracy Graph
100
90
80
Relative Humidity (RH)
Long-Term Stability:
<1% RH per year
Response Time:
Typical 10 s, 63% of a 35% to
80% RH step change
(1 m/s air flow at sensor)
RH Accuracy over
Temperature:
see graph at bottom right
0
20
±2.8 % RH
±0.8% RH with standard
configuration settings
±1.8 % RH
Accuracy at 23°C:
40
±1.3 % RH
0 to 1 Vdc
50
±0.8 % RH
Output Signal Range:
60
±1.3 % RH
0 to 100% RH,
non-condensing
±2.3 % RH
Measurement Range:
70
±3.3 % RH
ROTRONIC Hygromer IN-1
% RH
Sensor:
30
20
10
0
-40
-20
40
60
80
100
Temperature °C
Note: The black outer jacket of the cable is Santoprene® rubber. This compound was chosen for its resistance to temperature extremes, moisture,
and UV degradation. However, this jacket will support combustion in air. It is rated as slow burning when tested according to U.L. 94
H.B. and will pass FMVSS302. Local fire codes may preclude its use inside buildings.
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Instrumentation Mounts
Crossarms, Solar Radiation Mounts, Radiation Shields
Campbell Scientific offers a variety of instrument
mounts to attach sensors and peripherals to our lightweight tripods (CM110, CM115, CM120), galvanizedsteel tripods (CM6, CM10), and towers (UT10, UT20,
UT30). This equipment includes crossarms, brackets,
solar radiation sensor mounts, and radiation shields.
U-Bolts
U-bolts are often included with our mounts to attach them to a tripod or tower mast, tower leg, sensor
mounting pipe, antenna, or user-supplied pole. The
u-bolts support the following outer diameters (OD):
U-bolt
Description
Nominal
Pipe Size
Outer Diameter
(OD) Range
1.5 in.
0.75 to 1 in.
1.0 to 1.5 in.
(2.54 to 3.81 cm)
2 in.
1 to 1.5 in.
1.3 to 2.1 in.
(3.3 to 5.33 cm)
2 in. with plastic
v-block
0.75 to 1.5 in.
1.0 to 2.1 in.
(2.54 to 5.33 cm)
Crossarms and Crossarm Bracket
CM200-Series Crossarms
The CM202, CM204, and CM206 crossarms place
sensors a few feet away from the midline of the tripod
or tower, thereby reducing the effects of the tripod or
tower on the sensor’s measurement. These crossarms
consist of a 1-in. IPS anodized aluminum pipe and a
CM210 bracket that attaches to the tripod or tower.
Sensors are mounted to the end of the crossarm using
an appropriate mount such as a CM220 Right Angle
Mounting Bracket. A u-bolt mounting scheme allows
customers to place the crossarm at the optimal measurement height for the sensor.
The CM202, CM204, and CM206 differ in their length
and the number of sensors that can be attached to them;
one sensor can be attached to the CM202 and up to two
sensors can be attached to the CM204 and CM206.
SPECIFICATIONS
CM202
CM204
CM206
Length
2 ft (0.6 m)
4 ft (1.3 m)
6 ft (1.8 m)
OD
1.31 in.
(3.33 cm)
1.31 in.
(3.33 cm)
1.31 in.
(3.33 cm)
Weight
2.3 lbs
(1.04 kg)
3.65 lbs
(1.66 kg)
5 lbs (2.27 kg)
A CM206 crossarm is mounted atop this UT30 30 ft tower. On
each end of the crossarm, a CM220 bracket is used to attach a
27106T vertical anemometer. Two 43502 Aspirated Radiation
Shields are also fastened to a leg of the tower.
CM210 Crossarm Mounting Kit
The CM210 is included with our CM202, CM204, and
CM206 crossarms but may also be ordered separately.
When attaching a crossarm to a tower, purchasing a
second CM210 may be desirable to secure the crossarm
to two of the three tower legs. The CM210 is shipped
with two 1.5-in. u-bolts and two 2-in. u-bolts allowing
it to be attached to any of our tripods or towers.
Mast
CM204 Crossarm
SPECIFICATIONS
Top right is the front side of the CM210
showing the bracket and u-bolts. Below is
the back side showing that bracket is creased
to allow pipes of varying diameters to seat snugly in it.
Mounting Bracket
Material
304 stainless steel bracket, with
stainless-steel u-bolts and hardware
Weight
1.45 lbs (0.66 kg)
Dimensions
4 x 4.75 x 0.25 in. (10.2 x 12.07 x 0.64 cm)
General Mounts
NU-RAIL® Slip-On Crossover Fittings
NU-RAIL Slip On Offset Crossover Fittings are an option for connecting a sensor with a vertical pipe mount
(e.g., most wind sensors) to a CM200-series crossarm.
Campbell Scientific offers two sizes of NU-RAIL fittings. The 1049 NU-RAIL is used for sensors that have
a 0.75-in. IPS mounting pipe, and the 17593 is used for
sensors that have a 1-in. IPS mounting pipe (see below).
03002 Wind
Sentry Set
NU-RAIL/SENSOR COMPATIBILITY
Crossarm
17593 NU-RAIL
Wind sets are attach
attached
hed
ed tto
o CM200-series crossarms e
either
using
i a NU
NU-RAIL
RAIL fitting
fi i (shown
( h
above)
b
) or the
h CM220
CM
mounting bracket (shown below).
Sensors with 0.75-in. IPS Pipe
Sensors with 1-in. IPS Pipe
014A Anemometer,
03101 Anemometer,
27106T Vertical Anemometer
024A Wind Vane,
034B Wind Set,
03002 Wind Sentry Set,
05103 Wind Monitor,
05103-45 Alpine Wind Monitor,
05106 Wind Monitor Marine,
05305 Wind Monitor-AQ
CM220 Right Angle Mounting Bracket
The CM220 Right-Angle Mounting Bracket is another
option for connecting a sensor with a vertical pipe
mount to a CM200-series crossarm or a user-supplied
pipe. It includes two 1.5-in. u-bolts.
CM216 Apex Sensor Mount
The CM216 provides a 0.75-in. or 1-in. IPS mounting pipe (1.05-in. or 1.32-in. OD) that extends above
the mast. It allows a sensor with a 1.0-in. or 1.32-in.
OD fitting (typically a wind sensor) to be attached to
the top of a stainless-steel CM110, CM115, or CM120
tripod without a crossarm. Please note that a lightning
rod cannot be used when this mount attaches a Wind
Monitor or a 03002 Wind Sentry atop the tripod’s mast.
Therefore the CM216 is only recommended for mounting these sensors if the deployment is short term.
A closeup of the CM220 Right Angle Mounting Bracket shows
the construction and crossarm attachment.
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CM230 Adjustable Inclination Mount
The CM230 is primarily used with directional (Yagi)
antennas, but can also be used with sensors that need
to be pointed at a specific target (e.g., SI-111, SR50A).
When using the CM230, fix the declination of the
antenna or sensor by tightening a 2-in. u-bolt that
mounts on the mast or user-supplied pipe. The inclination is then adjusted with a 1.5-in. u-bolt and nuts.
The CM230 weighs 0.75 lbs (0.34 kg); dimensions are
3.0 x 3.75 x 3.5 in. (7.62 x 9.53 x 8.89 cm).
CM230
Antenna
CM235 Magnetic Mounting Stand
The CM235 attaches a device with a magnetic base
to a crossarm or mast via a 2-in. u-bolt with a plastic
v-block. Devices that have a magnetic base include
our GPS16X-HVS Geographic Position Receiver, GPS
antennas, and some short-range omnidirectional antennas. The CM235 weighs 0.7 lbs (0.32 kg).
Mast
A CM230 supporting a Yagi antenna is attached to a mast.
Only the first cross-element of the Yagi antenna is shown.
4.5 in.
←(11.43 cm)
←
↔
Leveling Bases
Campbell Scientific offers two leveling bases that
support different sensors. The LI2003S leveling base
supports the LI200X and LI190SB probes, and the
18356 supports the CS300 probe. Both leveling bases
use a bubble level and three adjustable leveling screws
to level the sensor. The CMP3 and LP02 pyranometers
include their own bubble level and leveling screws
allowing them to be attached directly to the CM225
Solar Sensor Mounting Stand (see below).
↑
2.5 in. (6.35 cm)
3.5 in. (8.89 cm)
CM235
↑
Solar Radiation Mounts
Crossarm
The three holes on the top plate of the CM235 are for mounting
the device’s magnetic base.
CM225 Solar Sensor Mounting Stand
The CM225 mounting stand includes one 2-in. u-bolt
with plastic v-block for attaching a solar radiation sensor to a crossarm or mast. Compatible sensors are the
CS300, LI200X, LI190SB, CMP3, and LP02. The CMP3
and LP02 attach directly to the CM225. A leveling
base (LI2003S or 18356) attaches the other sensors to
the CM225 (see above). It weighs 0.75 lb. (0.34 kg);
dimensions are 3.5 x 4.5 x 2.5 in. (8.9 x 11.3 x 6.4 cm).
LI2003S
LI200X Pyranometer
26120 Net Radiation Sensor Mounting Kit
The 26120 Net Radiation Sensor Mounting Kit is used
to attach a NR-LITE2, CNR4, or CNR2 sensor to a
vertical pipe or to a CM200-series crossarm. It includes adjustment screws to level the radiation sensor.
The sensor should be mounted at least 1.5 m above the
ground to avoid shading effects and to promote spatial
averaging. Campbell Scientific recommends mounting
our net radiation sensors at least 25 ft away from other
structures in the monitoring system.
CM225
The CM225's u-bolt is placed in the holes on the bottom of
the bracket for attachment to a crossarm. An LI2003S and a
LI200X reside on the CM225.
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Radiation Shields for Temperature and Temperature/RH Probes
Naturally-Aspirated Radiation Shields
Campbell Scientific offers six-plate, 10-plate, and 14plate naturally-aspirated radiation shields. The diameter of each plate is 4.7 in. (11.9 cm). Their louvered
construction allows air to pass freely through the shield,
thereby keeping the probe at or near ambient temperature. These radiation shields mount to a crossarm, mast,
or tower leg via a 2-in. u-bolt with a plastic v-block.
41303-5A
Tripod or Tower Mast
The 41303-5A is our six-plate shield that weighs 0.9 lb
(0.41 kg) and has a 4.5-in. (11.4 cm) height. It can
house a 107, 108, 109, CS215, or HMP60 probe.
107, 108, or 109
The 41003-5 is our 10-plate shield that weighs 1.3 lb
(0.59 kg) and has an 8.0-in. (20.3 cm) height. It typically houses an HMP45C probe, but can also house
a 107, 108, 109, HMP60, or 43347 probe; additional
hardware is required (see table below).
The u-bolt is placed in the holes on the side of the bracket to
allow the 41303-5A to be attached to a mast or vertical pole.
41003-5
REQUIRED HARDWARE
107, 108, 109
HMP60
43347
41322 Adapter
Plate
41322 Adapter Plate (mount
in lower part of shield)
--or-41381 Extension Tube, 6637 Split
Nut Plug, #18278 Cable (mount in
upper part of shield)
27251 Split
Nut Plug
Tripod or Tower Mast
Crossarm
HMP45C
The 41005-5 is our 14-plate shield used to house and
protect the HMP155A Temperature and RH Probe.
Fan-Aspirated Radiation Shield
R. M. Young’s 43502 Aspirated Radiation Shield typically houses the 43347 R. M. Young RTD Temperature
Probe (other temperature sensors may also fit inside
this shield). The shield employs concentric downward facing intake tubes and a small canopy shade to
isolate the temperature probe from direct and indirect
radiation. A brushless 12 Vdc blower motor pulls
ambient air into the shield and across the probe to
reduce radiation errors. This allows temperature to be
measured with an RMS error of less than ±0.2°C. The
blower operates off a 115 Vac to 12 Vdc transformer
that is included with the shield.
The u-bolt is placed in the holes on the bottom of the bracket
for attachment to a crossarm.
43502
Crossarm
The 43502 shield attaches to a crossarm, mast, or tower
leg via a 2-in. u-bolt with a plastic v-block. Another
CM210 Crossarm Mounting Kit is often desirable to
attach the crossarm to two tower legs—providing additional stability. The 43502 has a 13-in. (33 cm) length
and an 8-in. (20 cm) diameter.
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NL120
10baseT Ethernet Module
Campbell Scientific’s NL120 allows a CR1000 or
CR3000 datalogger to communicate over a local
network or a dedicated Internet connection via
TCP/IP. This 10baseT Ethernet module connects
directly with the 40-pin peripheral port on a CR1000
or CR3000. It is the smallest Ethernet module available for those dataloggers.
A 10baseT Ethernet straight through cable is used
when the cable is run from a hub to the NL120. A
10baseT Ethernet crossover cable is used if the cable
is run directly from the computer to the NL120. For
cable lengths longer than 9 feet, the 10baseT Ethernet
cable must be shielded.
The NL120 is set up using the Device Configuration
utility (DevConfig). DevConfig is bundled with our
PC400, RTDAQ, and LoggerNet software and is available,
at no charge, from: www.campbellsci.com/downloads
Ordering Information
Model
Description
NL120
Ethernet Interface
The NL120 is the smallest Ethernet Module available for our CR1000 and CR3000.
Ethernet Cables
13658 10baseT Ethernet straight through cable (7 ft)
13659 10baseT Ethernet crossover cable (7 ft)
The NL120 fastens to the peripheral port on a CR1000 (shown above) or CR3000 datalogger.
Specifications
Power:
12 V supplied through the datalogger’s
peripheral port
Current Drain: 20 mA
EMI and ESD Protection:
Meets requirements for a class A device
under European Standards
Application of Council Directive(s):
89/336/EEC as amended by 89/336/EEC
and 93/68/EEC
Standards to which conformity is declared:
EN55022-1; 1995 and EN50082-1: 1992
Temperature Range:
-25° to +50°C standard; -40° to +85°C extended
Software Requirements:
• LoggerNet 3.2 or later
• PC400 1.3 or later
• DevConfig 1.5 or later
Cable Requirements:
Ethernet cable must be shielded if the length is
greater than 9 ft.
Dimensions:
4.0” x 2.5” x 1.1” (10.2 x 6.4 x 2.8 cm)
Weight: 2.35 oz (66.62 g)
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BPALK and PS100
Power Supplies for CR800, CR850, and CR1000
The BPALK and PS100 are 12 Vdc power supplies
for our CR800, CR850, CR1000, CR10X, CR510, or
CR500 dataloggers, and peripherals. They can also
be used as a separate auxiliary 12-V power supply to
power remotely located sensors or peripherals, such as
a multiplexer located at a distance from the datalogger
enclosure. However, to avoid errors in analog measurements and ground loops, the power supplies must
share a common ground.
BPALK Alkaline Power Supply
The BPALK Alkaline Battery Pack includes eight “D” cell batteries
for powering a CR800, CR850, or CR1000 datalogger.
The BPALK is an alkaline 12-Vdc, 7.5-Ahr power supply
that consists of eight replaceable D-cell alkaline batteries, battery connectors, and a temporary 12-V AA battery pack [#8862] used during D-cell replacement. The
8862 requires eight AA-cell batteries (not included).
Alkaline batteries are not rechargeable, and their Amp
hour ratings decrease with temperature extremes.
Alkaline batteries may leak when used outside the
temperature range of -25° to +50°C, or when the battery voltage drops below 9.6 V.
PS100 Rechargeable Power Supply
The PS100 is used with our CR800, CR850, or CR1000 dataloggers. It includes a rechargeable battery and a regulator.
The PS100 is a 12-Vdc, 7-Ahr rechargeable power supply that consists of a sealed rechargeable battery and a
voltage regulator. The regulator controls the current
flowing to the battery and prevents the battery current from flowing to the charging source. The sealed
rechargeable battery should be trickle-charged via ac
power or solar power (see below).
Charging Sources for PS100
Several wall chargers and solar panels are available for
recharging the PS100’s sealed rechargeable battery. Solar panels charge batteries by converting sunlight into
direct current. Wall chargers use power from external
ac power lines to recharge the batteries.
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MADE IN USA
One end of the #9591 transformer plugs into a wall ac outlet
while the other end connects to the PS100 Power Supply.
Adapters for PS100
Campbell Scientific offers two adapters that fasten onto
our PS100 power supply. The A100 allows the PS100
to power peripherals and external devices at nondatalogger sites such as repeater stations. The A105
adapter increases the number of 12 V and ground
terminals available on the PS100. The A100 and A105
cannot be used at the same time.
Ordering Information
Specifications*
BPALK Alkaline Battery Pack
Power Supplies
BPALK
12 V, 7.5 Ahr Alkaline Battery Pack
PS100
12 V Power Supply with Charging Regulator and 7Ahr
Sealed Rechargeable Battery
Adapters for the PS100
Nominal Rating:
7.5 Ahrs @ 20°C
Batteries:
8 Alkaline D cells (not
rechargeable)
Output Voltage:
12 Vdc
1.8 kg
A100
Null Modem Adapter
Weight:
A105
12 V Terminal Expansion Adapter
Dimensions (including
mounts and connectors):
7.1” x 2.9” x 3.1”
(18.1 x 7.4 x 8.0 cm)
Wall Chargers for PS100
9591
Wall Charger 18 Vac 1.2 A Output, 110 Vac Input, 6 ft Cable
22110
Wall Charger 18 Vac 1.2 A Output, 110 Vac Input, 6 ft
Cable for prewired enclosure.
14014
Wall Charger 18 Vdc Output 90 to 264 Vac 47 to 63 Hz
Input. Must choose a power cable option (see below).
22111
Wall Charger 18 Vdc Output 90 to 264 Vac 47 to 63 Hz
Input for prewired enclosure. Must choose a power
cable option (see below).
Operating Temperature:
PS100 Rechargeable Power Supply
-NC
No Power Cable
US Cable
-EUC
Continental European Cable
-UKC
United Kingdom/Ireland Cable
-AUC
Australia/New Zealand Cable
-CNC
China Cable
Output Voltage:
12 Vdc
Nominal Capacity:
7 Amp hours
Input Voltage
(CHG terminals):
15 to 28 VDC or 18 VAC RMS
Battery Connections
Charging Output Voltage: Temperature compensated
float charge for battery
Temperature
Compensation Range:
-40º to +60ºC
Max. Charging Current:
1.2 A (allows one SP20 or SP10
to be used)
Power Cable Options for 14014 or 22111 (choose one)
-USC
-25° to +50°C
Power Out (+12 terminals)
Voltage:
Temperature
Current Limited with
3 A Thermal Fuse:
Solar Panels for PS100
Unregulated 12 V from battery
> 3 A @ < 20°C; 3 A @ 20°C;
2.1A @ 50°C; 1.8 A @ 60°C
SP10
10 W Solar Panel with 20 ft Cable
SP10-PW
10 W Solar Panel with 20 ft cable for prewired enclosure
Weight:
SP20
20 W Solar Panel with 20 ft Cable
SP20-PW
20 W Solar Panel with 20 ft cable for prewired enclosure
Dimensions (including mounts and connectors)
Height:
4.1” (10.5 cm)
Width:
7.6” (19.0 cm)
Depth:
2.8” (7.0cm)
6.9 lbs (3.1 kg)
*Information about calculating power usage is included in our Power Supply Overview brochure and Power Supply application note. Brochures
and application notes are available from: www.campbellsci.com
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SDM-AO4A
Four-Channel Analog-Output Module
The SDM-AO4A provides four independent, continuous, analog outputs for proportional control or driving
strip charts. Measured or processed values in the datalogger are scaled to millivolts and transferred to the
SDM-AO4A as digital values. The SDM-AO4A then
performs a digital to analog conversion and outputs
an analog voltage signal. The output voltage level is
maintained until it is updated by the datalogger.
Benefits/Features
• ±5 V and 0 to 10 V modes
• Choice of synchronous and sequential operation
• Resolution of 167 µV
• High Accuracy
SDM Operation
The datalogger enables individual modules through
an addressing scheme; multiple SDMs (in any combination) can be connected to one datalogger. After
a module is enabled, it operates independently of the
datalogger until additional commands are received or
results are transmitted.
Datalogger Connection
The CABLE5CBL-L is recommended for connecting
the module to the datalogger. A 1-ft cable length
should be sufficient when both datalogger and SDMAO4A are housed within an ENC12/14 enclosure;
a 2-ft length may be required if the datalogger and
SDM-AO4A are housed at opposite ends of an
ENC16/18 enclosure.
Power Supply
It may be convenient to use the datalogger’s batteries
to power the SDM-AO4A, but consideration must be
given to the SDM-AO4A’s continuous current drain
(11 mA in ±5 V mode or 21 mA in 10 V mode). The
datalogger’s alkaline batteries can power one SDMAO4A for less than a month, and therefore these
batteries are not recommended for continuous longterm operation. The datalogger’s sealed rechargeable
batteries, float charged by an ac supply or solar panel,
typically can be used for long-term operation.
The SDM-AO4A can also be powered from an external 12 Vdc source, independent from the datalogger
batteries. The low side of this external 12 Vdc source
needs to be connected to datalogger ground and not
directly earth grounded.
Ordering Information
The cable length should be as short as possible. Typically, the maximum cable length is 20 ft. Contact
Campbell Scientific if the length needs to be longer.
Synchronous Device for Measurement
Compatible Dataloggers
CABLE5CBL-L
Our CR800, CR850, CR1000, CR3000, and CR5000
dataloggers support all of the SDM-AO4A’s capabilities. Edlog dataloggers only support the ±5 V mode
and synchronous operation. Please note that the
SDM-AO4A is not compatible with the CR200(X)series, CR9000(X), CR500, or CR510 dataloggers.
SDM-AO4A
4-Channel Analog Output Module
SDM-to-Datalogger Cable
5-conductor, 24 AWG cable with drain wire and Santoprene jacket. Enter cable length, in feet, after the -L.
Must choose a cable termination option (see below).
Cable Termination Options (choose one)
-PT
Cable terminates in stripped and tinned leads for
direct connection to a datalogger’s terminals.
-PW
Cable terminates in connector for attachment to a
prewired enclosure.
Specifications
Physical
Power Requirements
Operating Temperature:
-40° to +60°C
Operating Voltage:
Dimensions:
5.3 x 3.35 x 0.95 in.
(13.46 x 8.51 x 2.41 cm)
Typical Current Drain
Weight:
Voltage Range:
±5 V or 0 to 10 V
Resolution:
0 to 10 V Mode
No load, Vout =0,
Vsupply = 12 V
11 mA
21 mA
No load, Vout =Fullscale,
Vsupply = 12 V
13 mA
28 mA
With load,
Vsupply = 12 V
13 mA + load
28 mA + (2.4)(load)
167 µV
Power down mode,
Vsupply = 12 V
Accuracy with 20 kOhm load (maximum)
25°C:
±(0.05% of |Vout(V)| + 500 µV)
-40° to 60°C:
±(0.1% of |Vout(V)| + 500 µV)
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Maximum Output Current
Per Channel:
Total:
Additional Full-Scale Error with 50 mA load
±5 V Mode:
-1.3 mV typical
0 to 10 V Mode:
-1.5 mV typical
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Analog Output
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COMPONENTS
HC2S3
Temperature and RH Sensor
The HC2S3 is a rugged, accurate temperature/RH probe that is
ideal for long-term, unattended applications. The probe uses a
Rotronic’s IN1 capacitive sensor to measure RH and a 100 ohm
PRT to measure temperature. For optimum results, the HC2S3
should be recalibrated annually.
The HC2S3 comes with a polyethylene filter that protects its sensor
from fine dust and particles and minimizes water absorption and
retention. Alternatively, a teflon filter is available for marine environments. The response time is slower when using the teflon filter.
41003-5
Sensor Mounts
The 41003-5 radiation shield should be used when the HC2S3 is
exposed to sunlight. The 41003-5 can attach directly to a mast or
tower leg or to a CM202, CM204, or CM206 crossarm.
Crossarm
HC2S3
Ordering Information
Air Temperature and Relative Humidity Probe
HC2S3-L
Rotronics Temperature/RH Probe with user-specified
cable length. Enter cable length, in feet, after the -L. The
maximum cable length is 1000 ft. Must choose a cable
termination option (see below).
Cable Termination Options (choose one)
-PT
Cable terminates in stripped and tinned leads for direct
connection to a datalogger’s terminals.
-PW
Cable terminates in connector for attachment to a
prewired enclosure.
-CWS
Cable terminates in a connector for attachment to a
CWS900-series interface. Connection to a CWS900-series interface allows this sensor to be used in a wireless
sensor network.
41003-5
Tripod or
Tower Mast
HC2S3
Accessories
41003-5
10-Plate Gill Radiation Shield to house the HC2S3
27755
Teflon Filter for marine environments.
Recommended Cable Lengths
2-m Height
Atop a tripod or tower via a 2-ft crossarm such as the CM202
Mast/Leg
CM202
CM6
CM106
CM10
CM110
CM115
CM120
UT10
UT20
UT30
9 ft
11 ft
11 ft
14 ft
14 ft
14 ft
19 ft
24 ft
14 ft
24 ft
37 ft
Note: Add two feet to the cable length if mounting the enclosure to the leg base of a CM106, CM110, CM115, or CM120 tripod.
Specifications
Electronics
Operating Limits:
-40° to +100°C
Storage Temperature:
-50° to +100°C
Temperature Accuracy Graph
+0.6
Dimensions
Diameter:
Length:
15 mm (0.6 in.)
168 mm (6.6 in.)
Weight:
10 g (0.35 oz)
Filter:
Polyethylene or Teflon
Current Consumption:
<4.5 mA @ 3.3 Vdc
<4.3 mA @ 5 Vdc
<2.0 mA @ 12 Vdc
+0.4
Supply Voltage:
5 to 24 Vdc
Maximum Startup Current:
<50 mA for 2 µs
Accuracy °C
+0.2
0
-0.2
-0. 4
-0.6
-0.8
-1.0
Air Temperature
-40
Temperature Sensor:
PT100 RTD, IEC 751 1/3 Class B
Measurement Range:
-50° to +100°C
(default to -40° to +60°C)
Output Signal Range:
0 to 1 V
Long Term Stability:
<0.1°C/year
Sensor Time Constant:
Typical 4 s, 63% step change
(1 m/s air flow at sensor)
Temperature Accuracy:
see graph at top right
-20
0
20
40
60
80
100
Temperature °C
RH Accuracy Graph
100
90
80
Relative Humidity (RH)
Long-Term Stability:
<1% RH per year
Response Time:
Typical 10 s, 63% of a 35% to
80% RH step change
(1 m/s air flow at sensor)
RH Accuracy over
Temperature:
see graph at bottom right
0
20
±2.8 % RH
±0.8% RH with standard
configuration settings
±1.8 % RH
Accuracy at 23°C:
40
±1.3 % RH
0 to 1 Vdc
50
±0.8 % RH
Output Signal Range:
60
±1.3 % RH
0 to 100% RH,
non-condensing
±2.3 % RH
Measurement Range:
70
±3.3 % RH
ROTRONIC Hygromer IN-1
% RH
Sensor:
30
20
10
0
-40
-20
40
60
80
100
Temperature °C
Note: The black outer jacket of the cable is Santoprene® rubber. This compound was chosen for its resistance to temperature extremes, moisture,
and UV degradation. However, this jacket will support combustion in air. It is rated as slow burning when tested according to U.L. 94
H.B. and will pass FMVSS302. Local fire codes may preclude its use inside buildings.
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WindSonic1, WindSonic4
2-D Ultrasonic Anemometers
The WindSonic1 and WindSonic4 are two-dimensional
ultrasonic anemometers for measuring wind speed
and wind direction. They provide an alternative to
traditional mechanical cup and vane or propeller and
vane anemometers. Unlike mechanical anemometers,
there are no moving parts to be periodically replaced—
minimizing routine maintenance costs. These twodimensional anemometers are manufactured by Gill
Instruments, Incorporated.
The WindSonic1 and WindSonic4 differ in their output
signal. The WindSonic1 outputs an RS-232 signal that
can be read by a CR800, CR850, CR1000, or CR3000 datalogger. The WindSonic4 outputs an SDI-12 signal that can
be read by a CR200(X)-series, CR510, CR10X, CR800,
CR850, CR1000, CR3000, or CR5000 datalogger.
Mounting
The WindSonic1 and WindSonic4 are shipped with the
17387 mounting kit. This mounting kit is used to attach
the sensor to a CM202, CM204, or CM206 crossarm.
The crossarm is then mounted to a tripod or tower.
Ordering Information
2-D Ultrasonic Anemometers
WINDSONIC1-L
WINDSONIC4-L
Gill 2-D Sonic Wind Sensor with RS-232 Output.
Enter cable length, in feet, after the -L (see Maximum Cable Length and Recommended Cable
Length sections). Must choose a cable termination
option (see below).
The WindSonic’s minimum detectable wind speed is 0.01 m s-1.
The above WindSonic is mounted to a crossarm via the 17387
mounting kit.
Gill 2-D Sonic Wind Sensor with SDI-12 Output.
Enter cable length, in feet, after the -L (see Maximum Cable Length and Recommended Cable
Length sections). Must choose a cable termination
option (see below).
Maximum Cable Length
• 50 ft (RS-232 output)
• 300 ft (SDI-12 output with one sensor connected
to a single port)
• 200 ft (SDI-12 output with two to ten sensors connected to a single port)
Cable Termination Options (choose one)
-PT
Cable terminates in stripped and tinned leads
for direct connection to a datalogger’s terminals.
-PW
Cable terminates in connector for attachment
to a prewired enclosure.
Contact Campbell Scientific if longer cable lengths are required.
Recommended Cable Lengths
CM6
CM106
CM10
CM110
CM115
CM120
UT10
UT20
UT30
10 ft
13 ft
13 ft
13 ft
19 ft
24 ft
13 ft
24 ft
34 ft
These cable lengths assume the sensor is mounted atop the tripod/tower via a CM202 crossarm.
Specifications
Operating Humidity:
0% to 100% RH
Temperature Range
Operating:
Storage:
-35º to +70ºC
-40º to +90ºC
Input Voltage:
9 to 30 Vdc
Typical Current Drain
WindSonic1:
WindSonic4:
~15 mA continuous
~23 mA continuous
5.6 in (14.2 cm)
6.3” in (16.0 cm)
Weight:
1.1 lbs (0.5 kg)
Wind Direction
Measurement Frequency:
40 Hz block averaged to a 1 Hz
output frequency
Output Parameters:
Polar (direction and speed) or
orthogonal (Ux and Uy wind)
Output Signal
WindSonic1:
WindSonic4:
Dimensions
Diameter:
Length:
Range:
0º to 360º
Accuracy:
±3º
Resolution:
1º
Wind Speed
1
RS-232
SDI-12 version 1.32
Range:
0 to 60 m s-1
Accuracy:
±2% of reading
Resolution:
0.01 m s-1
1
For the WindSonic1, the maximum cable capacitance is 2500 pF (50 ft @ 50 pF ft-1 or 15.24 m @ 164 pF m-1). For configurations requiring
longer cable lengths, contact an applications engineer at Campbell Scientific.
2
For the WindSonic4, the maximum cable length is 300 ft if one sensor is connected to a single port; the maximum cable length is 200 ft if two to
ten sensors are connected to a single port. Contact Campbell Scientific if longer cable lengths are required.
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