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The Importance of Distributed Meteorological Data for Solar Farms

Autor: Libbie Anderson | Ultima atualização: 05/01/2020 | Comentários: 0

the importance of distributed meteorological data for solar farms

On every utility-scale solar farm, it’s crucial to answer the fundamental question: how much solar radiation reaches the surface of the photovoltaic (PV) modules? These farms span hundreds of acres and in order to address this question, owners use meteorological monitoring stations and data loggers... Leia mais

A Quick Comparison of the CR1000X, CR1000, and CR6 Dataloggers

Autor: Timothy Jeppsen | Ultima atualização: 03/19/2020 | Comentários: 4

a quick comparison of the cr1000x, cr1000, and cr6 dataloggers

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 data logger, how do you know which one is... Leia mais

Relative Humidity: To Average, or Not to Average?

Autor: Dirk Baker | Ultima atualização: 01/30/2020 | Comentários: 2

relative humidity: to average, or not to average?

Have you ever been told not to average relative humidity (RH)? Have you ever created a data logger program with Short Cut and noticed that it does not allow you to average RH when you generate your data table? Do you know why? In this blog... Leia mais

Evolution Not Revolution: Updating an Established Product Range

Autor: Andrew Sandford | Ultima atualização: 01/06/2020 | Comentários: 0

evolution not revolution: updating an established product range

Imagine that you already have a winning sensor that has sold more than 15,000 units. As time passes, you realize that technology has evolved, but your sensor hasn’t. If you are objective in your product evaluation, you may determine that there is justification for the... Leia mais

It’s Time to Embrace the Hybrid

Autor: Kevin Rhodes | Ultima atualização: 12/02/2019 | Comentários: 0

it’s time to embrace the hybrid

Sometimes, it’s hard to let go. But if we don’t let go, we don’t have empty hands ready to embrace something new—even a data logger. The CR1000 Measurement and Control Datalogger (introduced in 2004) has been incredibly successful with installations on every continent of our planet.... Leia mais

Why Should You Use a Heated Sonic Anemometer?

Autor: Robin Deissinger | Ultima atualização: 11/19/2019 | Comentários: 0

why should you use a heated sonic anemometer?

Are you ready to get heated? In this interview, Hayden Mahan, Product Manager of the Gas Flux and Turbulence Group, shares his excitement about our heated sonic anemometer (the new CSAT3BH) and why heat matters. Hayden was interviewed by Robin Deissinger, the blog editor. Interview... Leia mais

How to Fill the Road-Weather Information Gaps

Autor: John Markham | Ultima atualização: 08/13/2019 | Comentários: 0

how to fill the road-weather information gaps

Although there have been vast improvements in our ability to gather and use road-weather data, there are still, unfortunately, significant information gaps we must fill. In this blog article, we’ll look at the issues that hinder our current data acquisition and a solution for obtaining... Leia mais

Soil CO2 Flux Measurements Made Easy

Autor: Robin Deissinger | Ultima atualização: 06/24/2019 | Comentários: 0

soil co<sub>2</sub> flux measurements made easy

Patented technology enables a new sensor to measure soil CO2 flux directly, providing you with new flexibility to make your measurements. In this interview, Hayden Mahan, Gas Flux and Turbulence Product Manager, introduces us to the eosFD and explains how this sensor works. Hayden was... Leia mais

Taking In-Situ Soil Measurements to New Performance Depths

Autor: Dirk Baker | Ultima atualização: 04/17/2019 | Comentários: 0

taking in-situ soil measurements to new performance depths

Advances in technology and mechanical design offer vast improvements for those of you who need soil measurements at multiple depths—especially environmental researchers and anyone who works with environmental monitoring networks. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at the measurement challenges you may face... Leia mais

How to Easily Test Your Rain Gauge Calibration—and Avoid Errors

Autor: Mike Nelson | Ultima atualização: 02/28/2019 | Comentários: 2

how to easily test your rain gauge calibration—and avoid errors

Testing the calibration of your rain gauge is a simple process. But as you know, it’s also easy to introduce problems, such as incorporating simulated data as real data. In this article, we’ll review a useful feature that automates the testing process and can help... Leia mais

Daylight Saving Time and Your Data Logger

Autor: Janet Albers | Ultima atualização: 02/27/2019 | Comentários: 9

daylight saving time and your data logger

Do you need to do anything to your data logger or software to compensate for the beginning of daylight saving time? Read this short article to find out! Residents of many parts of North America, and various areas around the world, continue to observe the practice... Leia mais

How to Create Custom Sensors in Short Cut

Autor: Jason Ritter | Ultima atualização: 02/27/2019 | Comentários: 0

how to create custom sensors in short cut

Have you ever wanted Short Cut to support more sensors? Although Short Cut supports many sensors, you may have found that the sensor you want to measure is not on the list. What do you do then? How do you add that sensor to your... Leia mais

Rain or shine, the Touchscreen Profiles app keeps rugged mobile computer and tablet displays ultra-responsive

Autor: Jackson Murphy | Ultima atualização: 02/13/2019 | Comentários: 0

rain or shine, the touchscreen profiles app keeps rugged mobile computer and tablet displays ultra-responsive

Juniper Systems ensures its rugged handheld computer and tablet displays will perform in the working world’s most punishing conditions. The displays on Juniper Systems hardware are tough, bright, and responsive. When you pair the displays with the built-in Touchscreen Profiles application, they maintain responsiveness in... Leia mais

How to Monitor Your Campbell Cellular Modem Data Usage: Part 2

Autor: Nathanael Wright | Ultima atualização: 02/07/2019 | Comentários: 5

how to monitor your campbell cellular modem data usage: part 2

In this blog article, we’ll look at how to monitor your data usage using serial commands with our external CELL2XX series of cellular modules using the CR800, CR850, CR1000, and CR3000 dataloggers. (If you have a CR300, CR310, CR6, or CR1000X datalogger, you'll want to... Leia mais

How to Monitor Your Campbell Cellular Modem Data Usage: Part 1

Autor: Nathanael Wright | Ultima atualização: 01/16/2019 | Comentários: 0

how to monitor your campbell cellular modem data usage: part 1

Did you know you can monitor your data usage using CRBasic program code on our new data loggers with integrated cellular modems and our external Campbell Scientific brand of cellular modules? In this two-part series, I’ll first show you how to do this in the... Leia mais

How to Use Keypad Commands with Edlog Data Loggers

Autor: Bruce Smith | Ultima atualização: 01/09/2019 | Comentários: 0

how to use keypad commands with edlog data loggers

Whether your Edlog-based data logger has a built-in keypad, an external keypad, or no keypad at all, keypad commands are an important field tool. But, if you don’t have a keypad, how do you use keypad commands? In this article, we’ll discuss this topic and... Leia mais

Successfully Connect Your Retired Data Logger to a PC

Autor: Jacob Davis | Ultima atualização: 12/19/2018 | Comentários: 0

successfully connect your retired data logger to a pc

Have you experienced a scenario similar to this one? You have an automated weather station with a retired Edlog data logger (such as the CR10X), which has been running great for 20 years. Recently, the data logger stopped transmitting data to your server, so you... Leia mais

New Product Support: Bifacial Plane of Array (BPOA), solar energy’s newest irradiance expression

Autor: Matt Perry | Ultima atualização: 12/12/2018 | Comentários: 1

new product support: bifacial plane of array (bpoa), solar energy’s newest irradiance expression

Plane of array irradiance (POA) is a well-known term used to quantify the incident irradiance on a given solar array. It is the parameter most directly related to the power output of a PV module and is used extensively in PV performance analysis and modeling... Leia mais

Edlog Data Logger Support and You

Autor: Jacob Davis | Ultima atualização: 12/05/2018 | Comentários: 0

edlog data logger support and you

Just like people, data loggers can enter a phase of life called retirement. Our older, Edlog data loggers have been retired for some time now, and we have continued to provide free support for these reliable devices. We include free support when you purchase our... Leia mais

Technological Sunsets Don’t Have to Be Sad

Autor: Robin Deissinger | Ultima atualização: 11/20/2018 | Comentários: 1

technological sunsets don’t have to be sad

When you think of a sunset, do you feel a bit sentimental? Perhaps a bit sad that a particular sunsetting device or piece of technology will soon become obsolete? Admittedly, that’s just the way things go. With a rapid succession of technological advancements, it becomes... Leia mais