Current Version: 4.7
LoggerNet is our main data logger support software package. It supports programming, communication, and data retrieval between data loggers and a PC.
LoggerNet consists of a server application and several client applications integrated into a single product. It can support connection to a single data logger, but it is especially adept in applications that require telecommunications or scheduled data retrieval used in large data logger networks.
A copy of the current software license agreement (end-user license agreement) for LoggerNet is available in the LoggerNet Instruction Manual.Read More
The standard LoggerNet software package is recommended for those who have data logger networks that do not require the more advanced features offered in LoggerNet Admin. It includes the LoggerNet server and client applications. The LoggerNet server stores the data in a cache and writes data to a variety of formats, including ASCII, binary, and XML.
The LoggerNet server and client applications enable you to do the following:
The client applications included in the standard LoggerNet software package are the following:
|Operating System||Windows 11 or 10 (Both 32- and 64-bit operating systems are supported.)|
|Software Level||Intermediate to advanced|
Direct connect, Ethernet, short-haul, phone modems (land-line, cellular, voice synthesized), RF transceivers (UHF, VHF, and spread spectrum), multidrop modems
Combinations of communication devices supported.
|Scheduled Data Collection Supported||Yes|
|Data Display Supported||Numeric, graphical, Boolean data objects|
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Please note: The following shows notable compatibility information. It is not a comprehensive list of all compatible products.
LoggerNet runs on a PC, using serial ports, telephony drivers, and Ethernet hardware to communicate with data loggers via phone modems, RF devices, and other peripherals.
The development tool of RTMC Pro 1.x and 2.x is not compatible with the RTMC run-time and the standard RTMC development tool in LoggerNet 4. An upgrade for RTMC Pro must be purchased separately.
LoggerNet is a collection of 32-bit programs designed to run on Intel-based computers running Microsoft Windows operating systems. LoggerNet runs on Windows 10 and Windows 11. LoggerNet runs on both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of these operating systems.
LoggerNet supports most commercially available sensors, SDM devices, multiplexers, relays, vibrating-wire interfaces, ET107, CompactFlash cards, microSD cards, and PC cards.
This patch will upgrade LoggerNet, LoggerNet Remote or LoggerNet Admin version 4.0 and newer to 4.7. A version of LoggerNet 4.x must be installed on the computer.
Note: This patch includes RTMC Run-time and the RTMC Standard Development v5.0. If you are using RTMC Pro 4.3.3 or older or CSI Web Server 1.6 or older and plan to continue creating RTMC projects, we recommend that you upgrade to RTMC Pro 5.0.
LoggerNet Admin and Remote:
A change was made in the way the LoggerNet 4.6 Server performs "Custom Data Collection". A corresponding change was made in the Connect Screen 4.6 client "Custom Data Collection" functionality.
If you require "Custom Data Collection" functionality with the Connect Screen client, assure that the LoggerNet Servers and Connect Screen clients are 4.6 or higher.
This application requires the Microsoft .Net 4.6.2 Framework. If it is not already installed on your computer, it can be obtained from the Microsoft Download Center.
Supported Operating Systems: (32 and 64 bit) Windows 11 or 10.
LoggerNet 4.0 was released in August of 2009. This tutorial demonstrates some of the new features and enhancements. Two new applications, View Pro and the Network Planner, are introduced.
This is a fully functional 30 day trial of the standard version of LoggerNet.
Current LoggerNet users: It is recommended that you install the trial on a computer other than the one running your existing LoggerNet. If that is not practical, we strongly recommend you back up the LoggerNet working directory to prevent backward compatibility issues if you revert to a previous version. To revert you must re-install LoggerNet using the original disk and software key.
Note: This application requires the Microsoft .Net 4.6.2 Framework. If it is not already installed on your computer, it can be obtained from the Microsoft Download Center.
Supported Operating Systems: (32 and 64 bit) Windows 11 or 10.
Number of FAQs related to LoggerNet: 132
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OSIsoft sells a PI interface for LoggerNet. The OSIsoft part number is PI-IN-CS-LN-NTI. Please direct all inquiries for sales and support of the interface to OSIsoft.
There is a difference between the Toolbar initialization files used in earlier 3.x versions of the software and more recent versions.
To resolve this, close LoggerNet. Go to C:\Campbellsci\LoggerNet\sys\inifiles and delete the Toolbar.ini file. When LoggerNet is reopened, the Toolbar should display the default buttons.
There are two station names associated with a data logger. One name is the Station Name used in the LoggerNet network map. The other name is the Station Name field in the data logger Status table. Almost all data file formats work in LoggerNet include a station name in the header of the data file. By default, the network map station name is used. However, a checkbox in the LoggerNet Setup window, Data Files tab, allows choosing the data logger Status table station name instead.
LoggerNet and VisualWeather are the only datalogger support software packages, offered by Campbell Scientific, that perform scheduled data collection.
Typically, blue screens are the result of bad device drivers. The Internet can be very helpful in tracking down the cause of blue screens. Copy down the codes displayed. Search the Internet for “blue screen” and the code to see what device is causing the crash. Often, an updated device driver will resolve the issue.
No. For the current licensing information, refer to the LoggerNet Instruction Manual.
LoggerNet does not do a clock check unless there is another reason to contact the data logger, such as for scheduled collection.
Using the LoggerNet Connect screen, check the data logger Status table.
The station’s data logger clock can be set from the Connect screen. It can also be set from the Clock tab in the Setup screen.
LoggerNet does not run as a service. Therefore, it needs to be running to do its data collection. LoggerNet Admin does have the capacity to run as a service, and it can collect data when no one is logged in to the computer.