TX325
 
TX325 Satellite Transmitter for GOES CS2 / V2 (-40 to +55C)
 
Cable Options - show details
-NA -NA w/No Cable
Select the -NA option when purchasing a replacement TX325.
-R -R w/RJ45 to DB9 Cable
Select the -R option when connecting the TX325 to the CR6 or CR1000X RS-232/CPI port.
-C -C w/SC110 TX/RX Cable
Select the -C option when connecting the TX325 to the COM (C, U) ports of a data logger.
-S -S w/Serial Data Cable
Select the -S option when connecting the TX325 to the 9-pin RS-232 port of a data logger.

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Product Details
Restockable Yes
Warranty 1 year
Compliance CE Compliance Image RoHS Compliance Image
Ships With
(1) 31440 Power Cable Set of Red and Black Wires, 24 in.
(4) 505 Screw #6-32 x .375 Pan Phillips
(4) 6044 Grommet for #6 or 8 Screw

Campbell Scientific recommends using the  25316 11 dBi GOES Yagi RHCP Antenna with this transmitter. 

Common Accessories

25316
 
Campbell Scientific recommends using one 25316 per TX325. The 25316 is a cross-Yagi antenna. This high-gain, robust, lightweight antenna provides you with optimum performance for all fixed-location, satellite data collection platforms (DCPs). It consists of two quadrature-phased, five-element Yagi antennae, mounted on a common aluminum boom. The antenna’s screw-in elements facilitate your shipping, storage, and field installation.
COAXNTN-L
 
COAXNTN-L Antenna Cable RG8 w/2 Type N Male Connectors
 
The COAXNTN-L consists of an RG8/U, low-loss coaxial cable fitted with a Type N Male connector on each end. It can support any 50 ohm transmission line application.
Cable Length - show details
-L ft per antenna cable

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

31329
 
The 31329 is used with the COAXNTN-L. The 31329 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 a Type N antenna connection. The other side connects to an antenna/antenna coaxial cable with Type N connector.
21212
 
The 21212 is used with a GOES antenna. The 21212 is a 10-ft roll of black self-vulcanizing tape. This cold shrink tape can help protect antenna connections in RF, cellular, or satellite networks.
31182
 
One of two GPS antennas is needed. The 31182 is one option. The 31182 is a magnetic mount GPS patch antenna. It is typically used where GPS reception is readily available and concern is low for snow buildup completely covering the antenna. The 31182 is also commonly used in cost-sensitive applications or applications that require a small-sized, low-profile antenna. This antenna connects to a GPS receiver with SMA connector.
17992
 
One of two GPS antennas is needed. The 17992 is one option. This active GPS antenna provides 28 dBi of preamp for weak signal or long cable run applications. It also provides filtering to improve immunity to other RF signals, making it highly jam resistant. Its weatherproof package is designed to withstand exposure to shock, vibration, extreme temperatures, rain, snow, and sun.
18017-L
 
18017-L GPS Antenna Cable
 
Need 1 for GPS Antenna
Cable Length - show details
-L ft per cable

Allowed values: 1-200 ft, increments of 1 ft

COAX3NT-L
 
COAX3NT-L Antenna Cable LMR195 w/Type N Male & TNC Male Connectors
 
The COAX3NT-L is used with the 17992. The COAX3NT-L is an LMR195 coaxial cable fitted with a Type N Male plug connector on one end and a TNC Male plug connector on the other end. This cable is commonly used to connect a GPS antenna with TNC connector to an in-line surge suppression, or to connect an antenna with Type N connector directly to a radio with a TNC connector.
Cable Length - show details
-L ft per antenna cable

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

31326
 
The 31326 is used with the 17992. The 31326 is a GPS 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 GPS receiver with an SMA antenna connection. The other side connects to the GPS antenna/antenna coaxial cable with Type N connector. The surge protector passes up to ±6 Vdc, commonly needed for active GPS antenna applications.
30626
 
The 30626 is one of two options to mount a GPS antenna. The 30626 is an antenna mounting bracket designed for antennas with 3/4 in. IPS mounting threads. It is most commonly used with the 17992 GPS antenna or the 30741 Iridium antenna. Because the 30626 is made from steel, it is suitable for mounting small magnetic-mount antennas typically seen with GPS patch antennas.
7623
 
The 7623 is one of two options to mount a GPS antenna. This aluminum 0.75" IPS threaded pipe has a 10" length. The 7623 allows attachment of a 03001 Wind Sentry or GPS antenna to a CM202, CM204, or CM206 crossarm via a 1049 Nu-Rail fitting or CM220 right-angle bracket.
1049
 
To attach the 7623 pipe to a tripod or tower, a mount is needed. The 1049 is one of two options. The 1049 connects a 1 in. pipe to a 0.75 in. pipe. The 1049 is typically used to attach a sensor with a 0.75 in. pipe mount to a CM202, CM204, or CM206 crossarm. This usage provides functionality similar to the CM220 right-angle mounting bracket.
CM220
 
To attach the 7623 pipe to a tripod or tower, a mount is needed. The CM220 is one of two options. The CM220 right-angle mounting bracket can attach a sensor with a vertical pipe mount (e.g., most wind sensors) to a crossarm. It is compatible with pipes that have a 1- to 1.5-inch outer diameter. (For more information, refer to the Compatibility information.)The CM220 is creased during manufacture to allow pipes of varying diameters to seat snugly into the bracket. The 90° bend in the middle of the bracket allows the CM220 to fill roughly the same role as the 1049 or 17953 Nu-Rail Offset Crossover fitting.

Replacement Parts

34949
 
The 34949 is a small jumper cable with an SMA plug on one end and an N jack bulkhead connector on the other end.
35418
 
When they are assembled, the parts of the 35418 kit make up the power cable jumper that goes from the radio to the connector panel, including the pluggable connector on the panel.
34950
 
The 34950 jumper cable has a 9-pin RS-232 connector (male) on one end and a custom 14-pin connector on the other end. This cable can only be used with the TX325 GOES transmitter.
34951
 
The 34951 is a small jumper cable that has a bulkhead SMA connector on one end and an SMB plug connector on the other end. It is used with GPS devices.
31056
 
The 31056 adapts an RS-232/CPI RJ45 port to a DB9 female connector. This cable is offered to make it easier to connect a DTE serial device, such as a computer or terminal server, to the RS-232/CPI port.
SC110
 
The SC110 consists of two cables to connect a data logger with RS-232 DCE and DTE devices. One end of each cable provides stripped, tinned leads for attachment to the control ports on a CR800, CR850, CR1000, CR3000, CR6, or CR1000X datalogger. On the other end, one of the cables is fitted with a 9-pin male connector, and the other cable is fitted with a 9-pin female connector.
35688
 
The 35688 is a serial cable that is useful for connecting the RS-232 port of the data logger to the 9-pin RS-232 port of a computer. The cable is 1 foot long.
505
 
These screws, along with the 6044 grommets, are commonly used together to secure our equipment to the backplates of our enclosures.
6044
 
These grommets are commonly used with the 505 screws to secure our equipment to the backplates of our enclosures.
 
The 31440 ships with the TX325 and may be ordered to replace a damaged or lost wire set.
34943
 
The 34943 is shipped attached to our TX325 satellite transmitter. This green, plug-in power connector provides screw terminals for connecting the 12 V and GND wires of the transmitter's power supply. The 34943 may be purchased to replace a lost or damaged power connector.