The SC-IRDA is an infrared device that allows a PDA handheld to communicate with a datalogger without opening the enclosure door. Typically this interface is placed in a compression fitting that has been added to the side of an enclosure. The SC-IRDA infrared sensor is sealed against moisture allowing it to withstand exposure to rain and snow.Read More
The SC-IRDA allows a PDA to communicate with a datalogger housed inside an environmental enclosure without opening the enclosure's door. Typically this infrared device is placed in a compression fitting that has been added to the side of an enclosure. The SC-IRDA is sealed against moisture allowing it to withstand exposure to rain or snow.
|Power||Supplied by datalogger 5 V (on CS I/O port)|
|Typical Current Drain||
|Communication Range||Up to 20 cm (8 in.) with typical lighting|
|Communication Standard||Communication conforms to the IRDA low-power SIR standards (specifications as supported by most Palm PCs and laptops)|
|PDA Handheld Requirements||Must have an IRDA sensor and an infrared chipset compatible with the SC-IRDA.|
|CE Compliance||Complies with EMC standard EN61326:1996.|
Note: The following shows notable compatibility information. It is not a comprehensive list of all compatible or incompatible products.