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CSM1 CSL Card Storage Module for Mixed-array Dataloggers & DSP4

The CSM1 is only compatible with mixed-array dataloggers and the DSP4 Heads Up Display. The CSM1 is a microprocessor-controlled read/write module that stores the datalogger’s...

MCR1 CSL Memory Card Reader for Mixed-array Dataloggers & DSP4

The MCR1 is only compatible with our mixed-array dataloggers and the DSP4 Heads Up Display (see Compatibility tab). In a single package, it includes both...

CSMC1M 1 Mbyte Memory Card

This memory card was intended for use with the CSM1 or MCR1. The CSMC1M was a JEIDA 4, PCMCIA card with a storage capacity of...

SM4M Storage Modules with 4 MB Data Storage

The SM4M was only compatible with our mixed-array dataloggers and the DSP4 Heads Up Display (see Compatibility tab). It used non-volatile Flash EEPROM memory to...

SM16M Storage Module with 16 MB Data Storage

The SM16M storage module was only compatible with our mixed-array dataloggers and the DSP4 Heads Up Display (see Compatibility tab).  It used non-volatile Flash EEPROM...

FAQs

What is ring memory?

The memory in the data cache is considered ring memory. This means that after the data cache fills up, new records begin overwriting the oldest records.

What is the difference between the TableFile() and CardOut() instructions?

CardOut() makes the memory card an extension of the datalogger’s memory. TableFile() uses the memory card simply as a storage medium.

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About Data Storage, External

Several types of data storage devices are available from Campbell Scientific. Data storage devices can be used for redundant data storage, additional data storage, or to provide a convenient way to retrieve data from the field site.