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Campbell Scientific offers a full range of communication devices. On-site peripherals include external data storage devices, laptop or desktop computers, and displays.
Telemetry peripherals support communications between the datalogger and one or more computers. These peripherals allow the user to access remotely the datalogger's real-time data, stored data, and programming. Examples include short haul, multidrop, telephone, radio, and satellite modems.
Combinations of on-site and telemetry devices can be used in the same application for maximum flexibility, convenience, and reliability.
Click below for an overview that includes a telemetry comparison chart and compatibility charts:
There are several options:
- Use our SC-USB
- Use the SC32B with a L17394 cable
- Use your own USB interface. If you choose this option, be aware that not all commercially-available devices work correctly with our dataloggers and software.
In its simplest form, a server "hears" requests and "delivers" answers. In the case of RTMC Web Server, it "hears" requests from PCs, and delivers files using hypertext transfer protocol, the language of the internet.
Contact us via phone (780-454-2505) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we will forward your questions to an applications engineer that can help you choose the best antenna for your system. You will need to provide information about your measurement system, such as datalogger, power supply, and telemetry preferences. Depending on the system, you will be asked about the distance between measurement stations, type of topography, location of each station, or to provide maps of the measurement area.