CR310 Data Logger with Ethernet
Compact Data Logger with Ethernet
Ideal for small applications
weather applications water applications energy applications gas flux & turbulence applications infrastructure applications soil applications

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Overview

The CR310 is a multi-purpose, compact, low-cost measurement and control data logger that includes an integrated 10/100 Ethernet port and removable terminal connectors. This entry-level data logger, with its rich instruction set, can measure most hydrological, meteorological, environmental, and industrial sensors. It will concentrate data, making it available over varied networks and deliver it using your preferred protocol. The CR310 also performs automated on-site or remote decision making for control and M2M communications. The CR310 is ideal for small applications requiring long-term, remote monitoring and control.

The primary differences between the CR300 and CR310 are that the CR310 offers removable connectors and a 10/100 Ethernet connection.

The CR310 has multiple radio options that are suitable for different regions:

  • CR310-RF407: US and Canada
  • CR310-RF412: Australia and New Zealand
  • CR310-RF422: Europe

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Benefits and Features

  • Set up easily with PC software and USB connectivity
  • Measure with confidence analog and digital sensors
  • Internet ready–email, FTP, HTTP/web, TCP–with required add-ons
  • Trust in the Campbell Scientific quality, including integral surge and ESD protection
  • Save money and space using the integrated Ethernet port
  • Network wirelessly to another node or Internet gateway with integrated radio option
  • CR310-WIFI ideal for short-range, wireless IP communication
  • Wiring made easy through removable terminal block
  • Communicate from anywhere when using cellular or satellite peripheral
  • Charge batteries using the integrated 12 V battery solar charge regulator
  • Measure smart sensors using RS-232 or SDI-12
  • Connect with PakBus, Modbus, DNP3, GOES, and other standard communication protocols
  • Analyze and control with programmability and multiple general purpose I/O
  • Notify with event-driven communications and physical outputs

Images

CR310 front view
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CR310 datalogger with box
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CR310 front view
CR310 front tilt view
CR310 front tilt view
CR310 back view
CR310 left view (no radio)
CR310 (with radio) left view
CR310 right view (no radio)
CR310 (with radio) right view
CR310 top view (no radio)
CR310 (with radio) top view
CR310 bottom view (no radio)
CR310 (with radio) bottom view
CR310-RF407 glam view
CR310-RF407 front view
CR310-RF412 front view
CR310-RF422 glam view
CR310-RF422 front view
CR310-WIFI glam view
CR310-WIFI front view
CR310-WIFI with attached antenna

Detailed Description

Terminal Descriptions

  • One switched 12 V terminal (SW12V) for powering sensors or communication devices, 1100 mA @ 20°C 
  • Two sensor excitation or continuous 0.15 to 5 V terminals (VX1, VX2) for sensor excitation or output control
  • Six multipurpose analog input terminals (SE1 - SE6)
    • Analog functions (SE1 - SE6)
      • Analog inputs: 6 single-ended or 3 differential inputs with -100 to +2500 mV and ±34 mV ranges 24 bit ADC
      • 4 to 20 mA or 0 to 20 mA inputs (SE1, SE2 only)
    • Digital I/O functions (SE1 - SE4) consist of 3.3 V logic levels for:
      • High frequency counter (35 kHz)
      • Pulse width modulation
      • Interrupts and timer input
      • Period average (200 kHz, amplitude dependent)
  • Two Pulse Counting Terminals (P_SW, P_LL)
    • P_SW
      • Switch closure (150 Hz)
      • High frequency counter (35 kHz)
    • P_LL
      • Low level ac (20 kHz)
      • High frequency counter (20 kHz)
  • Two Control Terminals (C1, C2): C terminals are software configurable for digital functions
    • Digital I/O functions consist of 5 V output and 3.3 V input logic levels for:
      • SDI-12
      • High frequency counter (3 kHz)
      • Switch closure (150 Hz)
      • General status/control
      • Voltage source 5 V: 10 mA @ 3.5 V
      • Interrupts
      • Serial asynchronous communication Tx/Rx pair

Specifications

CR310-RF407 Option

Antenna Connector RPSMA (external antenna required; see www.campbellsci.com/order/rf407 for Campbell Scientific antennas)
Compliance Information RCPDIXB15-0672-A2 (Mexico IF)

CR310-RF412 Option

Antenna Connector RPSMA (external antenna required; see www.campbellsci.com/order/rf412 for Campbell Scientific antennas)

CR310-RF422 Option

Radio Type F868 MHz SRD 860 with Listen Before Talk (LBT) and Automatic Frequency Agility (AFA)
Channel Capacity 30 channels (default), software configurable for meeting local regulations; 10 sequences for reducing interference through channel hop
Antenna Connector (External antenna required; see www.campbellsci.com/order/rf422 for Campbell Scientific antennas.)

CR310-WIFI Option

Antenna pn 16005 unity gain (0 dBd), 1/2 wave whip, omnidirectional with articulating knuckle joint for vertical or horizontal orientation
Compliance Information
  • Note: The user is responsible for emissions if changing the antenna type or increasing the gain.
  • XF6-RS9113SB (United States FCC ID)
  • 8407A-RS9113SB (Industry Canada [IC])

CR310-CELL200 Option

Cell Technologies
  • 2G (GSM/GPRS/EDGE)
  • 3G (UMTS/HSPA+)
2G Frequency Bands 850, 900, 1800, and 1900 MHz
3G Frequency Bands 800, 850, 900, 1900, and 2100 MHz

Compatibility

Measurement & Control Peripherals

The CR310 is typically not used with measurement and control peripherals because of its limited number of control ports. It is also compatible with low on current and voltage solid-state relays.

The CR310 is not compatible with SDM or CDM devices.

Sensors

With several channel types, the CR310 is compatible with nearly every available sensor. This includes analog output voltage (0 to 2.5 V) and current (0 to 20 mA or 4 to 20 mA) sensors, thermistors, and RTDs to name a few. It is also compatible with pulse or frequency output sensors such as anemometers, rain gauges, and flow meters. SDI-12, Modbus, and other serial sensors are supported with the RS-232 port and C1 and C2 as a Tx/Rx pair. The CR300 does not directly support RS-485 sensors.

Communications

The CR310 can communicate with a PC via its USB port. Compatible telemetry devices include our RS-485 converters, digital cellular gateways, RF telemetry, and satellite transmitters. Data can be viewed on an iOS device, an Android device, or CD295 DataView II Display. To use an iOS or Android device, go to the Apple Store or Google Play and download our free LoggerLink Mobile Apps.

Data Logger Option Communications Type Integrated Communications Are Compatible with

CR310-WIFI

2.4 GHz, 20 MHz bandwidth

Most other Wi-FI devices, such as the CR300-WIFI, CR6-WIFI, NL240

CR310-RF407

902 to 928 MHz Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum

RF407, CR6-RF407, CRVW3-RF407

CR310-RF412

915 to 928 MHz Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum

RF412, CR6-RF412, CRVW3-RF412

CR310-RF422

868 MHz SRD860 LBT+AFA

RF422, CR6-RF422, CRVW3-RF422

CR310-CELL

2G Frequency Bands 850, 900, 1800, 1900

3G Frequency Bands 800, 850, 900, 1900, 2100

GSM/GPRS/EDGE (2G)

UMTS/HSPA+ (3G)

Software

For the CR310 datalogger, compatible software includes:

  • LoggerNet (version 4.4 or higher)
  • DevConfig (version 2.12 or higher)
  • PC400 (version 4.4 or higher)
  • PC200W (version 4.4 or higher)
  • Short Cut (version 3.2 or higher)
  • CRBasic (version 3.6 or higher)
  • LNDB (version 1.3 or higher)
  • LoggerLink (version 1.5 or higher)
  • LoggerNet Mobile Connect (version 1.1 or higher)

The CR310 data logger is not compatible with:

  • RTDAQ

Power

The CR310 uses an external power source and has a built-in charger/regulator. Intelligent power sourcing autoselects the highest voltage from three input sources (Chg, Bat, or USB) to operate in one of the following four modes:

  • UPS (recommended) - A 16 to 32 Vdc source, solar panel (SP10, SP20), or power converter (29796) is used to charge a 12 Vdc battery, such as our BP7 or BP12.
  • 12 Vdc battery or other reliable 12 Vdc source
  • Chg only - DC power supply (16 to 32 Vdc)
  • USB - Powered over 5 Vdc USB port for setup, programming, and testing (will not charge battery or boost USB power to provide 12 Vdc to the switched battery terminal SW12)

Enclosures

An ENC10/12 or ENC12/14 enclosure is adequate for most CR310-based systems. 

Downloads

CR300 Series OS v.6.01 (3.82 MB) 18-10-2017

This download is for the CR300 series of dataloggers including all CR300 and CR310 models. Execution of this download installs the CR300 series Operating System and Compiler on your computer.  It also updates the CR300 series support files for the CRBasic Editor.

Watch the Video Tutorial: Sending an OS to a Local Datalogger.

An issue was found in operating systems previous to 6.0 that could cause the datalogger to become unresponsive in some systems after 50 days. This operating system resolves that issue. It is strongly recommended that all CR300s and CR310s be upgraded to this operating system.

Un problème a été détecté dans les systèmes d'exploitation, ce qui pourrait entraîner un disfonctionnement de la centrale de mesure dans certaines applications après 50 jours. Ce système d'exploitation résout ce problème. Il est fortement recommandé que toutes les CR300 et CR310 soient mises à niveau avec cet OS.

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CR300 QuickStart Program (569 KB) 15-03-2016

The CRBasic program referenced in the CR300 QuickStart videos and manual.