Campbell Scientific Aust Pty Ltd
Campbell Scientific Australia supplies a complete range of data acquisition systems, data loggers, sensors, weather stations, peripherals and telemetry options for all environmental and hydrological applications. CSA products are globally renowned for their robustness, reliability and flexibility in the field. Free technical support - Custom data logger programming - Pre-assembly and system wiring - Repairs and calibration.
|Phone:||07 4401 7700|
|Fax:||07 4755 0355|
|Address:||411 Bayswater Road, Garbutt QLD 4814 (Directions)|
Campbell Scientific offers both portable and stationary automatic water samplers for stormwater, wastewater or other water-quality applications. These samplers use external vacuum pumps to draw water through intake tubing, instead of the traditional peristaltic pumps that induce flow by squeezing flexible tubing.
The OBS500 submersible turbidity probe with active antifouling capabilities is suitable for improved measurements in biologically active water with both high and low turbidity.
The FireHawk 500 quick-deployment fire weather station can be used in extreme environments to alert and notify of changing weather conditions. It incorporates a WeatherHawk 520 weather station with an RF411 radio kit, SP2 solar panel-mounted on a rapid deployment tripod.
The Hydrosense II compact measurement system has a handheld display and soil moisture sensor and allows precise, three-dimensional representation of playing fields. It features an easy-insertion soil probe and a clear, large LCD with button layout that allows one-handed operation in the field.
The CWS900 wireless sensor interface allows a variety of sensors to be used in a wireless sensor network. It can be used for making measurements in locations where the use of cabled sensors is inappropriate, including when it is important to increase the number of measurements being made but the data logger does not have enough available channels left for attaching additional sensor cables.
The CWS220A is a wireless version of the Campbell Scientific SI-111 infrared radiometer and is suitable for making measurements in locations where the use of cabled sensors is problematic, including some applications where measurements need to be made at distances where long cables decrease the quality of the measurement or are too expensive.
The SG000 Strike Guard optical-coincidence lightning sensor detects cloud-to-cloud and cloud-to-ground lightning within a 30 km radius. To prevent false alarms, the system requires an optical signal to coincide with a magnetic-field-change signal before reporting lightning.
Fire professionals need powerful, portable technologies to assist in making strategic decisions in times of emergency, for resource planning and for scheduled fire management programs. The WeatherHawk 520 is a simple, quick, monitoring and reporting system that can be used in extreme environments to alert and notify of changing weather conditions. When bundled with a solar power supply, the station can work as a drop-and-run, back-to-base weather station, suitable for multiple placements when real-time reporting is essential.
The EC150 in-situ open path analyser is designed for eddy covariance flux measurements. As a stand-alone analyser, it simultaneously measures absolute carbon dioxide and water vapour densities, air temperature and barometric pressure. With the optional CSAT3A sonic anemometer head, the device also measures three-dimensional wind speed and sonic air temperature.
The 109-L temperature probe has been designed to operate with the CR200 range of data loggers. The probe accurately measures the temperature of air, water or soil in a range of applications.
The Sensorex CS511 rugged, low-maintenance sensor consists of a self-polarising galvanic cell that generates a millivolt signal proportional to the amount of oxygen present in the measured medium (typically water).
The HMP155A is an air temperature and relative humidity (RH) sensor that provides measurements for a wide range of applications and can be used as part of a weather station system or as a single instrument.
The Vaisala CS106 barometer is claimed to provides accurate, reliable measurements of barometric pressure from 500 to 1100 mb (approximately sea level to 3658 m).
The CNR4 is a research-grade net radiometer that measures the energy balance between incoming and outgoing radiation.
The SR50A sonic ranging sensor was designed to meet the strict requirements of snow depth measurement and is suitable for many different applications.
The HydroSense water content sensor system combines a compact, handheld display and a soil water sensing probe in a portable package to provide quick and reliable soil water content measurements.
The CS547A conductivity sensor measures the electrical conductivity (EC), total dissolved solids and temperature of water and is suitable in most surface water, laboratory and industrial applications.
Campbell Scientific has replaced the CR200 series data loggers with the CR200X series data loggers that feature expanded memory for the program and operating system (OS).
The Campbell Scientific DMM600 duff moisture meter measures volumetric water content of organic forest floor material. It is a portable, battery-powered device that uses measurement methods sensitive to the dielectric properties of the material being measured.
The CR800 series data loggers are a complete measurement and control system designed to take over from the previous CR510 data logger. The two data loggers are suitable for small to medium long term or remote applications, but with added peripherals can be used in large projects.
The CR1000 measurement and control module replaces the CR10 series data logger and is suitable for long-term, remote deployment under a wide range of applications and industries, including the environmental, hydrological, mining and geotechnical sectors.
The CC640 digital camera is a low powered, digital camera designed to operate either standalone or in conjunction with a data logger and telemetry system. As a standalone camera and image storage device, it can operate automatically via an in-built timer or be triggered by an external 5 V source. Images are stored on a flash card for later retrieval by PC.