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  1. Transformer will move all of your comments from your CR10X file so we recommend using the .csi file. If that is not available to you, you can also use the .dld file to create a CR1000 file.
  2. Transformer is available within LoggerNet 3.2 and higher.

    • From the Windows Start Menu, navigate to LoggerNet3.0 | Utilities | Transformer.
    • In LoggerNet 4.x, from the main LoggerNet window, navigate to Program | Transformer.
  3. No. The libexpat.dll module used by some of our applications is sometimes identified as spyware by anti-spyware programs. It is an open-source XML parser, not spyware.

  4. PakCom no longer ships with every CR200 datalogger. For programming, download the latest version of Short Cut from our downloads page. If you need more programming power, consider purchasing either PC400 or LoggerNet.
  5. Yes. LoggerNet for Linux (LNLinux) allows the LoggerNet server to be run on a Linux computer. The LoggerNet server collects and stores the data, while setup and management of the network are easily handled from a Windows computer running LoggerNet Remote or, rather tediously, using Cora Command on the Linux computer.

  6. When a new version of software is released, users of that software are entitled to a free patch or an upgrade at a discounted price, depending on the current license owned.

    • A patch is offered to users who currently own a license for a version of the software that has the same major revision number as the new release. For example, if a user owns version 1 of the software and version 1.1 is released, the user can download a patch free of charge from our website.
    • Upgrade pricing is offered to users who own a license that has a major revision number different from the new release. For example, if a user owns version 1 of the software and version 2 is released, the user can purchase an upgrade at a discounted price. 
  7. The blog article "How to Navigate the World of Software Upgrades, Patches, and Trials" explains the difference between patches (free of charge) and upgrades (for a fee). This example quickly shows the difference between an upgrade and a patch:

    Upgrade Patch

    Major version change, such as 1.3 to 2.0

    Minor version change, such as 1.3 to 1.4

    Typically requires purchase for a fee

    Free of charge