The COM310A was retired on October 22, 2008; replacement parts remain available (see Ordering Info). This modem was intended for the public switched telephone network used in Australia. It allowed anyone to call a data logger via phone and receive a verbal report of real-time site conditions. The data logger could be programmed to report specific conditions or to allow a caller to select specific information by pressing numbers on a touch-tone phone. The COM310A also supported data transfer rates of 9600 and 1200 baud between the data logger and PC.
Note: The following shows notable compatibility information. It is not a comprehensive list of all compatible or incompatible products.
|CR10 (retired)||The COM310A is not compatible with the silver or 8032 black CR10 wiring panel. Originally the 10704 Power Adapter was used to connect the COM310A to these wiring panels. The 10704 adapter is no longer available.|
Voice modem (COM310, COM300 and VS1) voice string editor used with the following dataloggers: CR10(X), CR510 and CR23X.