Frequently Asked Questions About our Products and Solutions
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Does the mast of the CM375 have any lightning protection?
If duckbill anchors cannot be used to stabilize the CM375 in uneven, rocky terrain, what should be used instead?
Can the base plate of the CM375 be fixed to the ground to improve stability, especially in rocky, mountainous areas?
Can the mast and the guy cables of the CM375 support ice loading?
Under what temperature conditions can the CM375 operate?
What is the probable life expectancy of the CM375 mast?
For the standard (non-NIST) version of the CS240 sensors, how does Campbell Scientific verify the ability of the sensors to measure and that the measurements made are calibrated to provide correct measurements?
How can data from LoggerNet be added into the SCADA software OSIsoft PI?
Why is NIST traceability beneficial for surface temperature sensors, such as the CS240, the 110PV, and the CS240DM?
How does the CH201 compare with the 18529 Morningstar SunSaver-10 Regulator?
Can the CH201 be connected to two 10 A sources, or does the total from the two sources have to be equivalent to 10 A?
If a CH201 is connected to both a solar panel and an AC/DC power convert, which power supply does the device use?
Comment établir une connection avec un système d’acquisition de données à travers le port de série RS-232 (Pour le CR800, CR1000X et CR3000)
How to connect to a datalogger through an RS232 port? (For CR800, CR1000X and CR3000)
How quickly can measurements be attained using the ClimaVUE™50?
Is the calibration for the CS240DM NIST traceable?
Are the traditional methods of using RTD to measure the back-of-module temperature not used with the CS240 and CS240DM because these methods may cause hot spots?
Can multiple instances of Campbell Scientific SURVEYOR be run on a PC at the same time?
How tight do the wing-nuts on the CM226 integrated mounting stand need to be tightened to secure the solar sensor?
Can the SG000 determine the exact distance to a lightning strike?