To complete the connection, some communication devices require a communication peripheral. Devices that require these peripherals include cellular modems, short haul modems, and fiber optic converters. Communication peripherals can also be used to allow multiple communication devices to be connected simultaneously.
The SC105 is a CS I/O to RS-232 adapter used to connect a Campbell Scientific datalogger to an RS-232 DCE device. Common DCE devices used with the SC105 include cellular modems, radios, and smart seri...read more
The SC932A supports two-way communications between a datalogger and a device that is configured with an RS-232 DCE serial port. Common Campbell Scientific devices used with the SC932A include our SRM-...read more
The SC932C supports communications between a datalogger and a device configured with an RS-232 DCE serial port. The SC932C is typically used with the ET107 or ET106 Weather Stations, and it is a compo...read more
The HUB-CPI allows eight CPI (CAN peripheral interface) devices to be connected together in parallel. Typically, this configuration includes one datalogger and up to seven CDMs (Campbell distributed m...read more
The 10871 provides a 9-pin male connector on one end and a 25-pin female connector on the other end. Typically, this serial adapter is used to connect the datalogger's 9-pin RS-232 port to a PC's 25-p...read more
The SDS511 dual port adapter allows two communication devices to be connected to one datalogger CS I/O port. Communications are determined on a first-come-first-served basis. The adapter DOES NOT supp...read more