Visit the Campbell Scientific Forum to submit your question to users around the world.
Ask an Expert
Ask a Question using our simple form and we'll pass it along to one of our experts.
Our technical support experts are ready to answer your questions. Our support numbers are:
Is an SC932A needed to connect a datalogger to a modem?
An SC932A or SC105 can be used to connect a modem to the CS I/O port of a datalogger. If the datalogger has an available COM port on it, a null modem cable can be used on the DB9 port labeled “RS-232.” With a CR800-series, CR1000, or CR3000 datalogger, an SC110 cable can be used on the datalogger’s control port COM ports.