Connecting DHT11 and DHT22 sensors to Campbell Cr1000


I'm kindda new at these electrotechnical, wiring and programming stuffs but I decided to jump into the topic because it gonna take a significant part of my university dissertation so I would need urgent help!! :confused:
There is a CR1000 Campbell in the middle of a crop field in the area of my uni and I got the access to connect it with my DHT11 and DHT22 temperature and humidity sensors. I would need a code for the Campbell CR1000 what I could combine with my finished and working arduino code of DHT11 and DHT22 to connect them together because my conception is to measure the temperature and humidity through DHT11 and DHT22 (which works perfectly with the code separately from the campbell cr1000) and the measured values would be saved in the cr1000 from which I could get the datas later.
So I would need an urgent help in the wiring and in getting a code what includes DHT11, DHT22 and campbell cr1000.

This is my finished code for DHT11 and DHT22 which works perfectly through arduino uno separately from campbell:

#include <DHT.h>;

#define DHTPIN1 2
#define DHTPIN2 3

DHT dht[] = {

float humidity[2];
float temperature[2];

void setup()
for (auto& sensor : dht) {

void loop()
for (int i = 0; i < 2; i++) {
temperature = dht*.readTemperature();*
humidity = dht*.readHumidity();*
* }*
* for (int i = 0; i < 2; i++) {*
* Serial.print(F("Temperature "));*
* Serial.print(i);*
_ Serial.println(temperature*);
Serial.print(F("Humidity "));

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