Campbell Scientific designs, manufactures, and sells rugged dataloggers, data-acquisition systems, and measurement and control products used worldwide in environmental, research, and industrial markets. The company was established in 1974 with its corporate headquarters in Logan, Utah, United States. The majority of Campbell Scientific products are manufactured at its U.S. facility, which employs over 300 people in engineering, production, marketing, and administration departments.
Products, Systems, and Support
Campbell Scientific products are known for their flexibility, precision measurements, and dependability—even in harsh, remote environments. In addition to a family of powerful dataloggers, Campbell Scientific offers a variety of related product lines for the measurement field, including sensors and devices for the collection, storage, communication, and retrieval of data. Using these components, Campbell Scientific employees work with customers to configure unique systems that meet specific instrument and application needs. Since 1974, they have manufactured over 150,000 systems. Their measurement systems are based around a programmable datalogger. Their dataloggers not only provide advanced measurement capabilities, but can also control external devices. Unattended measurement and control decisions can be based on time or conditional events. Phones, radios, and other devices can be used by the dataloggers to report site conditions.
Because their dataloggers have many channel types and programmable inputs, they can measure almost any commercially available sensor. Datalogger channel types include analog, pulse counter, continuous analog output, digital I/O, and switched excitation. Multiplexers and other peripherals can be used to increase the number of channels.
A full line of telemetry and on-site data storage and retrieval products allow you to retrieve data from the office or in the field. Communicate on site via direct connection to a PC or laptop, external data storage devices, iOS or Android devices, and field displays. Telemetry options include Internet or IP networks, short-haul, multidrop, telephone, radio, and satellite.See more