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The SATSCD/ARGOS was a Service Argos-certified Platform Transmitter Terminal (PTT) that was sold strictly to Brazil. It was discontinued as of 7 October 2004. Some replacement parts remain available.
The SAT SCD/ARGOS simultaneously sent data to the SCD satellite and the Argos satellites. Each transmitter supported four ID codes. Data could be delivered from Service Argos to your base station computer via Telnet, e-mail, or the Internet. For time-sensitive applications, data were available from Service Argos at times ranging from 20 minutes to four hours after successful reception by a satellite. Maximum bytes per transmission were 32 (16 low-resolution data points).
Note: The following shows notable compatibility information. It is not a comprehensive list of all compatible or incompatible products.
Instruction 125 needs to be included in the datalogger's operating system (OS). A CD-ROM that contained the latest datalogger OS was originally shipped with the SATSCD/ARGOS. Forthcoming developments in the Operating Systems can be downloaded from our website or are available for purchase on CD-ROM.