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CD100 Mountable Display with Keypad
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Read data and enter instructions without opening enclosure
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Overview

The CD100 is a mountable display with a keypad for datalogger data entry and display. It has a vacuum fluorescent display for responsive use through a very wide operating temperature range. Its operation is the same as the CR1000KD.

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Benefits and Features

  • Without opening the enclosure, check the data logger's status, display or plot sensor readings, and stored values, as well as enter numeric data
  • Supports custom menus and displays to simplify routine operations
  • Provides water and dust ingress protection rating IP66 when installed in enclosure lid

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CD100 installed in an enclosure lid (part number 27814)
CD100 installed in an enclosure lid (part number 27814)
CD100 installed in an enclosure lid (part number 27814)
CD100 installed in an enclosure lid (part number 27814)
CD100 installed in an enclosure lid (part number 27814) and mounted to a pole (sold separately)

Technical Description

The CD100 allows you to check the datalogger's status, to view or plot sensor readings and stored values, and to enter numeric data or toggle ports. Security can be set in the datalogger to prevent unauthorized personnel from accessing the data.

The CD100 has a 16-character keypad and a display that can show 8 lines by 21 characters (64 by 128 pixels). The keypad's design permits operation with a gloved hand.

The CD100 is both water and dust protected, providing an IP66 rating when installed in the enclosure lid.

Specifications

Display
  • Vacuum fluorescent
  • 8 line x 21 character (64 x 128 pixel)
Keypad 16 key, alphanumeric
Interface CS I/O, SDC address 2
Power Requirements Powered from the data logger's CS I/O port.
Water & Dust Ingress Protection Rating IP66 (when installed in enclosure lid)
Operating Temperature Range -45° to +85°C
Storage Temperature Range -50° to +85°C
Transit Temperature Range -60° to +85°C (1 h)
Dimensions 17.5 x 13.7 x 3.6 cm (6.9 x 5.4 x 1.4 in.)
Weight < 0.5 kg (< 1 lb)

Current Drain

Inactive Negligible (0.02 mA)
Active 140 mA

Compatibility

Please note: The following shows notable compatibility information. It is not a comprehensive list of all compatible products.

Dataloggers

Product Compatible Note
CR1000
CR1000X
CR200X (retired)
CR216X (retired)
CR300 The CR300-series dataloggers do not have the necessary CS I/O port required by the CD100 for connection to the data logger.
CR3000
CR310 The CR300-series dataloggers do not have the necessary CS I/O port required by the CD100 for connection to the data logger.
CR5000 (retired)
CR6
CR800
CR850
CR9000X

FAQs for

Number of FAQs related to CD100: 4

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  1. CustomMenu instructions apply to the CR1000KD, CR850, and CR3000 display. Custom menus are not displayed or passed through to the terminal interface. 

  2. In OS 24 (CR6 OS 01) and later, a user can change constants from the CR1000KD or a terminal emulator without touching the program. The program must contain a ConstTable/EndConstTable construction for this to occur. Because the program does recompile, collect the data first.

  3. Yes. The CD100 mounts in an enclosure door and supports all of the CR1000KD capabilities. With the CD100, historic and real-time data can be read, and instructions can be entered without opening the enclosure door.

    Other available options that display real-time data only are the CD295 and CD294.

  4. Although it is recommended to use software such as Short Cut for programming, the CR800-series, CR1000, and CR3000 dataloggers can be programmed with the CD100, CR1000KD, or integrated keypads. The keypad can be used to create new programs or edit programs that already exist in the data logger memory.

    From the CD100 or CR1000KD home screen, follow these steps to get started:

    1. Press Enter
    2. Select File and press Enter
    3. Select either New or Edit
      • To modify an existing instruction, select the instruction, and press Enter
      • To add a new instruction, press Ins, and select Instruction.