NB: The PC200W will shortly be obsolete. Please go to PC400 on our website for a free download.
Current Version: 4.4.2
PC200W is a free starter software package designed for first-time users or users with simple data communication needs; it provides basic tools (clock set, program download, monitor data, retrieve data, etc.). PC200W supports direct connections between a PC and datalogger (no telecommunications or scheduled data-collection support).
After a program is created with our Short Cut Program Generator (included), PC200W is typically used to download the program to the datalogger.Read More
PC200W was designed expressly for the beginning user so a manual is not necessary. Context-sensitive help is available throughout the program by pressing F1.
PC200W allows you to:
PC200W collects and stores data in comma separated files on your PC. It includes View Pro, which displays data files in tabular or graphical form. For mixed-array dataloggers, a simple Split program is included that separates arrays in a data file into separate files.
CardConvert is used to convert and save binary data from a PC Card, CompactFlash card, or microSD card. Our CR5000 and CR9000X dataloggers store data on a PC Card via their on-board PCMCIA card slot, and store data on a CompactFlash card via the CF1 CompactFlash Adapter. Our CR1000 and CR3000 dataloggers store data on a CompactFlash card via the CFM100 CompactFlash Module or NL116 Ethernet Interface and CompactFlash Module. Our CR6 datalogger stores data on a microSD card.
PC200W includes Short Cut2 for creating simple datalogger programs. Programs created with the CRBasic Editor3 or Edlog4 can be sent to the datalogger using PC200W.
PC200W is copyrighted software. Campbell Scientific distributes this software free of charge to enable users to work with Campbell Scientific data acquisition equipment. PC200W may be freely copied; however, neither PC200W nor any of its files may be sold or included in any other software or altered in any way without prior permission from Campbell Scientific, Inc.
Campbell Scientific, Inc., does not warrant that the soft ware will meet licensee’s requirements or that the software or documentation are error free or that the operation of the software will be uninterrupted. Campbell Scientific, Inc., is not responsible for problems caused by computer hardware, computer operating systems or the use of Campbell Scientific, Inc.’s software with non-Campbell Scientific, Inc. software.
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Campbell Scientific, Inc., is not responsible for any costs incurred as result of lost profi ts or revenue, loss of use of the software, loss of data, cost of re-creating lost data, the cost of any substitute program, claims by any party other than licensee, or for other similar costs.
Licensee’s sole and exclusive remedy is set forth in this limited warranty. Campbell Scientific, Inc.’s aggregrate liability arising from, or relating to, this agreement or the software or documentation (regardless of the form of action; e.g., contract, tort, computer malpractice, fraud and/or otherwise) is limited to the purchase price paid by the licensee.
1PC200W only supports direct communications. Telemetry requires either LoggerNet or PC400 Datalogger Support Software. LoggerNet also supports scheduled data collection For more information, contact Campbell Scientific.
|Operating System||Windows 10, 8, or 7|
|Purchased Separately||Free download|
|Communications Supported||Direct connect|
|Scheduled Data Collection Supported||No|
|Data Display Supported||Numeric, simple, line graph|
Please note: The following shows notable compatibility information. It is not a comprehensive list of all compatible products.
Recommended computer operating systems—Windows 7, 8, or 10
Only direct connection between the PC and data logger is supported (telecommunications are not supported and neither is scheduled data collection). PC200W supports PC cards, CompactFlash cards, and microSD cards.
Short Cut creates simple programs for our CR200-series, CR300-series, CR510, CR500, CR10(X), 21X, CR23X, CR6, CR800, CR1000(X), CR3000, CR5000, CR9000X and GRANITE dataloggers. Both mixed array and table data operating systems are supported. Short Cut also supports our ET106, ET107 and MetData1 weather stations. The newest version includes the latest sensor files.
A software utility used to download operating systems and set up Campbell Scientific hardware. Also will update PakBus Graph and the Network Planner if they have been installed previously by another Campbell Scientific software package.
Supported Operating Systems:
Windows 11, 10, 8.1, 8, and 7 (Both 32 and 64 bit)
Number of FAQs related to PC200: 30
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Units cannot be displayed in the Monitor Data tab of PC200W. When data is collected using PC200W, the units, if known, are contained in the header of the data file. They can be displayed in View by selecting the View | Show Full Header menu item.
The latest version of PC200W can be downloaded free-of-charge from the Downloads area of the PC200W product page.
The Device Configuration Utility is included with PC200W. It is also available free-of-charge as a stand-alone product on the Downloads page of our website.
Data records are collected (downloaded from the data logger to the PC) from the PC200W Collect Data tab. The records can be viewed and printed by selecting View from the PC200W toolbar or the Tools menu.
A control port must first be configured for output in the data logger program before it can be toggled on or off. Consequently, if a selected port doesn’t appear to change, the program may not have the port configured for output. (Refer to the operator’s manual for the data logger for more information.)
The retired CR500 and CR510 have two control ports; however, only one of the ports, control port 1, can be configured for output. Therefore, control port 2 cannot be toggled on or off. It is included on the display so that its status can be monitored.
Follow these steps: