The SM192 was replaced by the SM4M and SM16M storage modules, which are also retired. Although the storage module has been retired for many years, some replacement parts remain available (see Ordering Info). The SM192 was a battery-backed RAM storage module that stored both datalogger data and programs. It could store up to 96,000 low-resolution data points. Up to eight datalogger programs could also be stored in the module (program storage reduced available data storage). Although the SM192 has been retired for many years, replacement parts remain available (see Ordering Info).
SM192 Compatibility Information
The capability of interrogating the storage module and collecting its data collected via telecommunications was available beginning with the CR10X dataloggers and PC208 TELCOM version 6e or later software. This storage module was not compatible with dataloggers that stored data in a table-based format.