GeoLogger CR Series

The Geologger CR Series is built around the Campbell Scientific CR300, CR6, and CR1000X control modules and offers reliable remote monitoring under demanding geotechnical conditions.
Functions include sensor measurement, timekeeping, data reduction, data storage, control and alarm notification.
The CR series of data loggers are capable of monitoring all types of sensors including vibrating wire, strain gauge, MEMS (analogue & digital), thermistor, linear potentiometer etc.



There are three main models – the CR300, CR6 and CR1000X – and other options are available on request.

The requirement for monitoring varies widely depending on the project and the final configuration will depend on the type, number, precision and speed of measurements required. Each Geosense CR Series data logger is pre-assembled, pre-wired, pre-tested and pre-programmed prior to delivery meaning quick and easy set up on site.

Designed to be mounted in the field, the CR series is mounted in robust water resistant IP66 enclosures to provide maximum protection under the harshest environments.

Case Studies

Manjung Iron Ore Handling Plant

Vale Malaysia Minerals Sdn Bhd a subsidiary of Brazilian metals and mining giant VALE S.A the world’s largest iron ore exporter is developing a
$5.6 billion iron ore distribution centre in Manjung, Perak, Malaysia. The project includes a deep water jetty and onshore stockyard.
The centre in Manjung will receive iron ore from Brazil for blending purposes and later be shipped to customers throughout the Asia Pacific region.
Construction of the facility will be in three phases. The first phase is to start with operations in June 2014 and will have a throughput capacity of 60 million dry weight tonnes per year (mty).
As part of the construction work, Vale awarded a STG30 million (RM148.5 million) contract for piling and groundworks to Keller Sdn Bhd, a Malaysian subsidiary of UK’s Keller Group plc. The instrumentation and monitoring during construction is being carried out by Getec, Keller’s specialist instrumentation division.
Manjung Iron Ore Handling Plant Case Study

Pudzeoch Basin

The Phase 2 Works include the excavation of recent contaminated sediments from the Pudzeoch Basin on the Upper Clyde in Renfrew and its disposal offsite.
The excavated void, approximately 9,500 cubic metres, was replaced with imported specified fills to a level of -2.5 m A.O.D.
An additional berm was formed above the basin invert level at the Southern end of the dock to 3.0m A.O.D. to facilitate the movement of plant required for the construction of the pumping station under the Phase 3 Contract.
Pudzeoch Basin Case Study


GeoLogger CR Series Datasheet

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