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SC115 CS I/O-to-USB Flash Memory Drive

The SC115 is a lightweight, portable 2-GB device that allows you to augment your on-site data storage or to transport data between the datalogger and...

CFM100 CompactFlash Module

The CFM100 stores the datalogger's data on a removable CompactFlash® (CF) card. The CFM100/CF card combination can be used to expand the datalogger's memory, transport...

NL115 Ethernet Interface and CompactFlash Module

Campbell Scientific’s NL115 enables 10baseT Ethernet communications and stores data on a removable CompactFlash® card. This small, rugged communication device connects to the 40-pin peripheral...

CF1 CompactFlash Adapter for PCMCIA Slots

The CF1 adapter allows PCMCIA slots to store and read data on a CompactFlash (CF) card. Devices with a PCMCIA slot include PCs, CR5000 dataloggers,...

L17752 USB Memory Card Reader / Writer

The L17752 is a single slot, high-speed reader/writer that allows a computer to read a memory card. When used with Campbell Scientific equipment, the L17752...

CompactFlash Cards

Only industrial-grade CF cards with a storage capacity of 2 GB or less should be used with our products. Campbell Scientific offers and recommends the...

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What is ring memory?

The memory in the data cache is considered "ring memory." This means that after the data cache fills up, new records begin overwriting the oldest records.

What is the difference between the TableFile() and CardOut() instructions?

CardOut() makes the memory card an “extension” of the datalogger’s memory. TableFile() uses the memory card simply as a storage medium.

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About Data Storage, External

Several types of data storage devices are available from Campbell Scientific. Data storage devices can be used for redundant data storage, additional data storage, or to provide a convenient way to retrieve data from the field site.

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What is ring memory?

The memory in the data cache is considered "ring memory." This means that after the data cache fills up, new records begin overwriting the oldest records.

What is the difference between the TableFile() and CardOut() instructions?

CardOut() makes the memory card an “extension” of the datalogger’s memory. TableFile() uses the memory card simply as a storage medium.

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