The SM4M was only compatible with our mixed-array dataloggers and the DSP4 Heads Up Display. (See the Compatibility information.) It used non-volatile Flash EEPROM memory to store two million low-resolution data points (the SM16M stored eight million).Read More
The SM4M was only compatible with our mixed-array dataloggers and the DSP4 Heads Up Display. (See the Compatibility information.) It used non-volatile Flash EEPROM memory to store two million low-resolution data points (the SM16M stored eight million).
The SM4M was used to augment on-site data storage, and to transport data or programs between the datalogger and computer. It had a sealed canister housing fitted with a single, 9-pin D-connector. LEDs indicated when data transfer was active.
The SM4M's internal memory could store both data and programs. The memory was split into 64 kbyte blocks.
The SM4M was previously ordered as p/n 10820.
|Storage Capacity||2 million low-resolution data values|
|Program Storage||Up to eight programs with a total capacity of 128 kbytes, including labels. Storing programs does not affect available data storage capacity.|
|Operating System||64 kbytes, flash memory based, user downloadable|
|Memory Configuration||User selectable for either ring style or fill-and-stop. Default is ring style.|
|Power Requirements||5 ±0.3 Vdc @ 100 mA (max.)|
|Standard Operating Temperature Range||-25° to +50°C|
|Extended Operating Temperature Range||-55° to +85°C|
|Dimensions||7.2 x 13.5 x 2.0 cm (2.8 x 5.3 x 0.8 in.)|
|Weight||181 g (6 oz)|
Data Transfer Rates
|Data Storage||9600, 76800 bps|
|Telecommunications||1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200 bps|
|Active, Processing||30 to 40 mA, average (for example, memory test)|
|Active, but Waiting||10 mA, average (for example, communications mode)|
|Typical Current during Data Storage from a Logger||15 mA, average|
|Low Power Standby State||< 200 μA|
|Peak Current||60 mA (flash erase)|
Note: The following shows notable compatibility information. It is not a comprehensive list of all compatible or incompatible products.
The SC532A Interface was typically used to connect the storage module to a computer.
The SM4M is compatible with mixed-array dataloggers. It is not compatible with dataloggers that store data in a table-based format.
The SM4M connected to a mixed-array datalogger via an SC12 9-pin cable.
SMS (Storage Module Software) is a utility used to configure and retrieve data from Campbell Scientific storage modules. It is a standalone application which is no longer included in LoggerNet starting with LoggerNet 4.0
Number of FAQs related to SM4M: 1
The SM192 storage module will store 96,000 low-resolution data points. The SM4M storage module will store 2 million low-resolution data points.