Current Version: 2.33
The PCONNECTCE/U upgrade is for customers who have previously purchased PConnectCE software.
The PDA-to-RS232 cable (available as of the 2.0 version) is included in the upgrade. Inclusion of the connector allows a customer who purchases an upgrade from 1.X to 2.0 to have all of the items that are included in a full PConnect (non-upgrade) 2.0 package.Read More
PConnectCE/U upgrades PConnectCE 1.x to version 2.33.
The PDA-to-CS I/O connector is NOT included; however, the PDA-to-RS232 cable (available as of the 2.0 version) is included in the upgrade. Inclusion of the connector allows a customer who purchases an upgrade from 1.X to 2.x to have all of the items that are included in a full PConnectCE (non-upgrade) 2.x package.
Learn more about its capabilities on the PConnectCE product page.
|Operating System||Windows-based, 32-bit operating system (Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, or XP)|
1The CR200(X)-series and CR1000 dataloggers require PConnectCE version 2.0 or higher.
2The CR800 and CR850 require PConnectCE version 2.2 or higher.
3The CR3000 requires PConnectCE version 2.1 or higher.
4For the CR510, CR10X, and CR23X, support for both the mixed-array and PakBus® datalogger operating systems is provided in PConnectCE version 2.0 or higher; prior versions only supported the mixed-array OS.
PDA-to-serial cable or cradle (one end of the cable/cradle must terminate in a 9-pin serial connector) is required. The cable/cradle connects to the PDA-to-CS I/O connector or PDA-to-RS232 cable via the 9-pin serial connector. This cable/cradle may be included with the PDA, or it may need to be purchased as a separate accessory from the PDA manufacturer or a third party supplier.
Third-party Bluetooth serial adapter is required. The interface and/or cables that are used to connect the adapter to the datalogger will vary, depending upon whether the device acts like a DTE (computer) device or DCE (PDA) device. In some instances, this is evident by the pin-out of the adapter, but not always. A general rule is if the adapter has a 9-pin female connector, then the adapter is connected to the datalogger using the PDA-to-CS I/O connector for the CS I/O port or the PDA-to-RS232 cable for the RS-232 port. If the adapter has a 9-pin male connector, then the adapter is connected to the datalogger using an SC32B for the CS I/O port or it can be connected directly to the RS-232 port.
PConnectCE runs on Windows-based, 32-bit operating system (Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, or XP).