OEM Products / 25998
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This product is no longer available and has been replaced by: 33201,33203. Some accessories, replacement parts, or services may still be available.

Common Accessories

10873
 
The 10873 is a serial cable that is useful for connecting the datalogger's RS-232 port to the 9-pin RS-232 port of a computer. The cable is six feet long.
15725
 
One of these CDs should be included with each order. The 15725 provides a CD containing the current OS and compilers. This software is also available on our website for download.
17394
 
One end of the 17394 cable attaches to a USB port on a computer, and the other end of the cable attaches to the datalogger's RS-232 port.
BP7
 
This sealed rechargeable battery for the CR200X-series datalogger has a 7 A h rating. The BP7does not fit in the ENC200.
15988
 
The 15988 transformer recharges the BP7 12 V, 7 A h battery via ac power. Its cable terminates in pigtails for attachment to the datalogger's terminal strip.
14201
 
The 14201 is an outdoor high-gain (9 dBd), directional (Yagi) antenna used with our 900 MHz spread spectrum radios. It has a narrow beam width, so precise aiming is mandatory. The 14201 is useful for longer distances and when communicating only with one other station (due to narrow beam width). The antenna has a TYPE N female connector and requires an antenna cable to connect it to the transceiver.
14221
 
The 14221 has the highest gain (3 dBd) of our omnidirectional antennas. It has a TYPE N female connector and requires an antenna cable to connect it to the transceiver.
14204
 
The 14204 is a unity gain (0 dBd)omnidirectional antenna. This antenna must reside inside a building or enclosure. It's right angle knuckle joint can be oriented vertically or at right angles. The 14204 attaches directly to the transceiver (antenna cable not required).
15731
 
The 15731 is a unity gain (0 dBd), straight, omnidirectional antenna that attaches directly to the CR206X (antenna cable not required). This antenna must reside inside of a building or enclosure.
15730
 
The 15730 is a unity gain (0 dBd), right angle, omnidirectional antenna that attaches directly to the CR206X (antenna cable not required). This antenna must reside inside of a building or enclosure.
15970
 
The 15970 is an omnidirectional antenna with a 1 dBd gain. It includes adhesive backing that adheres to a wall, rear-view mirror, window, or another suitable flat, non-conductive surface. A 79 in. cable is provided for attaching the antenna to the CR206X. The 15970 must reside inside of a building or enclosure.
COAXRPSMA-L
 
COAXRPSMA-L Antenna Cable LMR195 w/Reverse Polarity SMA & Type N Male Connector
 
Either this cable or the COAXNTN-L (see below) is required when using the 14201 or 14221 antennas. The COAXRPSMA-L is an LMR195 cable that terminates in a type N Male connector on the "antenna end" and a Reverse Polarity SMA (RPSMA) connector on the "transceiver end." This cable is recommended for applications where the cable length is less than 10 feet.
Cable Length - show details
-L ft per antenna cable

Allowed values: 1-1000 ft, increments of 1 ft

Recommended length is 5 ft (1.5 m). Maximum length is 10 ft (3 m).
COAXNTN-L
 
COAXNTN-L Antenna Cable RG8 w/2 Type N Male Connectors
 
Either this cable or the COAXRPSMA-L (see above) is required when using the 14201 or 14221 antennas. The COAXNTN-L is a low-loss RG8 coaxial cable that requires the 14462 surge suppressor to connect it to the CR206X. The COAXNTN-L/14462 combination is recommended over the COAXRPSMA-L when the antenna cable is longer than 10 feet (as measured between the transceiver and the antenna) or when the CR206X is used in an environment susceptible to lightning or electrostatic buildup.
Cable Length - show details
-L ft per antenna cable

Allowed values: 1-500 ft, increments of 1 ft

Recommended length is 15, 25, or 35 ft (4.6, 7.7, or 10.8 m).
31314
 
The 31314 is an RF surge protection kit with flange mounting bracket. It may be flange-mounted to an enclosure backplate or bulkhead-mounted through an enclosure wall. One side of the surge protector connects to a radio with an RPSMA antenna connection. The other side connects to an antenna/antenna coaxial cable with Type N connector.
21212
 
This 10 ft (3.1 m) roll of 1 in-wide black self-vulcanizing tape can help protect the connection of outdoor antennas. After connecting the coaxial cable to the antenna, wrap the tape around the connectors that are exposed to the environment.

Other Accessories

31312
 
Commonly used with RF407-series or RF451 radio devices, the 31312 is an RF surge protection kit that is installed by Campbell Scientific, bulkhead-mounted through the enclosure wall. One side of the surge protector connects to a radio with an RPSMA antenna connection. The other side connects to an antenna or antenna coaxial cable with a Type N connector.