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DCP100 GOES Data Collection Platform

Overview

This pre-packaged Data Collection Platform (DCP) was used with the GOES Satellite System. The DCP100 was retired on 1 April 2005 because it was based around the retired SAT HDR GOES transmitter. If you need a pre-packaged GOES DCP, Campbell Scientific offers the DCP200, which is based around the TX312 transmitter. Although retired, some replacement parts remain available (see Ordering Info).

Data Collection Platforms (DCPs) gather the measurements then transmit them, via GOES satellites, to a receiving station.

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Benefits and Features

  • Includes SAT HDR GOES transmitter, antenna, enclosure, power supply, datalogger
  • Gathers measurements then transmits them via GOES satellite
  • NESDIS-certified for low and high data rates, including 100, 300, and 1200 bps
  • Combines the measurement and control capabilities of our dataloggers with the broad coverage of GOES telemetry
  • Uses the SAT HDR GOES transmitter that has independent 16 Kbytes self-timed and random data buffers
  • Provides automatic GPS correction of clock and oscillator drift
  • Operates in extreme, remote environments
  • Supports transmission lengths from 1 to 120 seconds, enabling multiple stations to use the same NESDIS-assigned window

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Detailed Description

This pre-packaged Data Collection Platform (DCP) was used with the GOES Satellite System. The DCP100 was retired on 1 April 2005 because it was based around the retired SAT HDR GOES transmitter. Although retired, some replacement parts remain available (see Ordering Info).

In one package, the DCP100 provided the equipment required in a DCP, including a transmitter, antenna, enclosure, power supply, and a choice of datalogger (our CR510, CR10X, or CR23X). The DCP100 complies with the High Data Rate (HDR) specifications.

Specifications

Standard Operating Temperature Range -40° to +50°C

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