The 3001M Nano Logger was designed for use in boreholes of 100mm internal diameter and above but it can be used whenever a smaller form factor is logger is required. It can be configured to use ether Cellular, Iridium SBD or LoRa networks as its method of sending sensor data from the field to the Neon Server.
The 3001M Nano Logger connects to sensors in the field, collects readings from those sensors, logs the sensor data and transmits the collected data to a central server via a Cellular, LoRa or Satellite network.
The 3001M Nano Logger is programmed in the field with a Unidata standard program called a scheme. The scheme specifies how often and for how long the datalogger should collect data from the sensors and how often the data should be sent to the server. A wide range of sensor types are supported, for example, analog sensor, frequency counter, digital input as well as Modbus and SDI-12.
The 3001M NRL Nano Logger comes with 2 x D cell Lithium batteries.
The 3901A Battery extender can be used to add additional lithium battery capacity to the 3001 Neon Remote Logger. Depending on the application, the scan rate, the log rate and the communications rate, this battery extender allows for up to 10 years of operation for the 3001 NRL.
Sensors are connected to the logger via a custom specified connector, allowing for easy removal of the logger if servicing is required.