It is ideal for SCADA and unattended sites equipped for machine-to-machine (M2M) applications such as environmental monitoring, wind assessment, SmartGrid, pipeline monitoring/control, compressor monitoring/control, well site automation, and surveillance.
Multipurpose datalogger for monitoring and control
The CR1000 is our most widely used datalogger. It can be used in a broad range of measurement and control functions. Rugged enough for extreme conditions and reliable enough for remote environments, it is also robust enough for complex configurations.
The CR1000 builds on the foundation of our CR10X dataloggers, and has already been put to use all over the world. Increased memory and more measurement channels make it a powerful core component for your data-acquisition system.
Benefits and Features
Ideal applications include fire weather, mesonet systems, wind profiling, weather stations, air quality, ETo/agriculture, soil moisture, water level/stage, aquaculture, avalanche forecasting, time-domain reflectometry, vehicle testing, SCADA, and water quality
Serial communications with serial sensors and devices supported via I/O port pairs
Collects and stores data and controls peripherals as the brain of your system
Flexible power and communication options make it ideal for remote locations.
4-MB memory can be expanded with add-on memory systems.
Supports PakBus, Modbus, SDI-12, and DNP3 protocols
Compatible with channel expansion peripherals allowing you to expand your system
Program with LoggerNet, PC400, or ShortCut to fit your setup.
Communicates via various options: TCP/IP, email, FTP, web server.
Gas Discharge Tube (GDT) protected inputs
Battery-backed SRAM and clock that ensure data, programs, and accurate time are maintained while datalogger is disconnected from the main power source
Program and control on site with addition of CR1000KD keyboard and display unit.
Contains custom ASIC chip that expands pulse count, control port, and serial communications capabilities.
The world's most cost-effective, all-IP BGAN machine-to-machine satellite terminal with exceptionally low power consumption
The Hughes 9502 IP satellite terminal provides reliable connectivity over the Inmarsat Broadband Global Area Network (BGAN) for IP SCADA and machine-to-machine (M2M) applications. The Hughes terminal delivers affordable, global, end-to-end IP data connectivity enabling applications in industry sectors such as environmental monitoring, SmartGrid, pipeline monitoring, compressor monitoring, well site automation, video surveillance, and out-of-band management to primary site communications.
The exceptional low power consumption (<1 W idle) of the Hughes 9502 makes it possible to provide end-to-end IP connectivity to sites that are off the grid. This breakthrough provides end-to-end IP connectivity to power-challenged locations that rely upon solarbattery arrays involving sensitive power budgets.
The Hughes 9502 includes 10 meters of RF cabling, granting the user freedom to position the antenna remotely and away from the transceiver in complex installations while securing the SIM card inside a premise or enclosure to better protect against unauthorized use, theft, and vandalism.
Future firmware releases would be uncommon, meanwhile any such modem update will qualify for no charge over-the-air (OTA) upgrades saving customers time and money. At less than a penny or two per kilobyte, customers cannot find better value from comparable technologies.
No connection charge with BGAN M2M
(normal BGAN charge is 100 Kbytes)
Minimum CDRs only 1 Kbyte (normal BGAN charge is 10 Kbytes)
No charge over-the-air modem software upgrades
Exclusive airtime packages unique to the Hughes 9502
Integrated IP Watchdog to ensure "always-on" network
connectivity. No manual intervention required to
recover from an outage
Auto-on/auto-context activation automatically restores
power and PDP connection to itself following loss of
power and/or IP connection
Remote control via SMS—remote management
platform for command and control to the terminal
using SMS, including configuration, debugging, and
access to Web interface
Ultra-low power consumption
Transmit: < 20 W
Narrow beam w/o transmit: 3 W
Idle (regional beam): < 1 W
Off (wake on packet): < 10 mW (@ 12 Vdc)
Off (wake on packet): < 30 mW (@ 24 Vdc)
Off (GPIO control): 0 W
Relay mode passes WAN IP address to the connected
Security enhancements with extended layers of
embedded security options
Basic installation; no PC required
Outdoor unit (ODU) can be pole mounted
Indoor unit (IDU) is housed inside building or the
remote terminal unit (RTU)
Built-in GPS receiver
Ethernet connection (RJ45)
USB–Type B for connection to configuration PC
RS-232 (DB9) to external NMEA 0183-based GNSS
device (e.g., GLONASS receiver)
TNC connection on the IDU to the external antenna
Hughes 9502 BGAN M2M Terminal IDU
10 meters RF antenna cable
External antenna (ODU)
Modem (IDU) strap
Antenna basic fixed mount kit
Antenna azimuth elevation bracket
Extended warranty options