Used with wireless sensors, wireless sensor interfaces include base stations; wireless, configurable sensor interfaces; and sensor-to-PC interfaces. Base stations serve as master radios in wireless networks. Wireless, configurable sensor interfaces have radios with sealed connectors for sensor attachments. Sensor-to-PC interfaces support communication between wireless sensors and computers.
The CWB100 is the master radio in a Campbell Scientific wireless-sensor network. It polls and stores data from up to 50 wireless sensors, and then passes that data to a datalogger. Its internal ra...read more
The CWS900 allows a sensor with a special connector to be used in a wireless sensor network; the special connector is available as an option for a large variety of sensors. (See the Compatibility info...read more
The CWS900E allows a variety of sensors to be used in a wireless sensor network. (See the Compatibility information on the web page.) It contains an internal 868 MHz spread-spectrum radio that transmi...read more