Category Radio and Cell Modems : 4 product(s)


Model RF400 Spread Spectrum Radio Modems.

The RF400-series spread spectrum radio modems support point-to-point and point-to-multipoint datalogger  communications. They can serve as a field modem/radio while connected to the datalogger or as a base station  modem/radio when connected to a computer. The RF400-series modems can also be used for general purpose wireless data communications.

Download PDF
Brochure

   
[Main Features]   9-pin RS-232 port that connects directly to a computer serial port or other RS-232 device. 9-pin CS I/O port that connects directly to the datalogger (no additional interface required). 
  Transmission distance of one to 10 miles using inexpensive omni-directional antennas (shown), several times that using higher gain directional antennas (please note that line-of-sight obstructions and RF interference will affect transmission distance)
  25-channel frequency-hopping radio
  Individual RF license not required.
  Setup that allows different addresses for multiple dataloggers in a point-to-multipoint network (call about repeater capability)
 

Data downloading.Local / Remote downloading (serial cable,R.F link,cell modem). 

Logger programming, depending on the logger using either Edlog or CRBasic. Local/Remote uploading (serial cable,R.F link,cell modem)
    Setting  ports/flags.  Local / Remote(serial cable,R.F link,cell modem). i.e. open flood gates, turn fans off/on. 
     
Manufacturer Campbell Scientific

Model COM300 Telephone Modem with Voice Synthesizer.

Campbell Scientific's COM300 voice-synthesizer modem provides a CR510, CR10(X), CR23X, or R5000 datalogger with speech capability, thus enabling the user to call the site for a spoken summary of real-time or historical data. The COM300 can also act as a standard modem, with data transmit rates up to 9,600 bps.

Download PDF
Brochure

   
[Main Features]  

Allows anyone to call a COM300-equipped site from any phone (including cellular) to receive a verbal report of current site conditions.

  Enables the datalogger to call you and recite a verbal warning if specified conditions occur.
  Reports specific conditions or allows selection of information by pressing numbers on a touch-tone phone.
 

Contains a large number of words on the COM300 chip for constructing the verbal reports; customized words and phrases are also available.

  Operates over a wide temperature range: -25 to +50C standard, -55 to +80C, optional.
 

     
     
Manufacturer Campbell Scientific

Model Tango Dual Band GSM/GPRS 900/1800 or 850/1900 modem.

The FALCOM TANGO is a Plug & Play Dual Band GSM/GPRS device with an integrated SIM card holder, an external antenna connector and standard connector interfaces, provide a quick and easy way to plug in GSM and GPRS functionality to systems and terminals. It can be directly connected via RS232 interface to the serial port of a Data logger or desktop or notebook computer. It supports SMS and Fax as well as voice calls. The TANGO can be easily controlled by using AT command for all kinds of operations. The  FALCOM TANGO -series GSM  modems support point-to-point and point-to-multipoint datalogger communications. They can serve as a field modem while connected to the datalogger or as a base station  modem when connected to a computer. The FALCOM TANGO can also be used for general purpose GSM data communications. TANGO supports GPRS Class B, class 2 (making download at speeds up to 28.8 kbps) as well as Class B, class 10 (making download at speeds up to 56 kbps).

Download PDF
Brochure

   
[Main Features]  

Allows connection to a field station over the GSM network. Coverage dependent on GSM Coverage.

  Data downloading. Local / Remote downloading (serial cable, R.F link,cell modem). 
  Logger programming, depending on the logger using either Edlog or CRBasic. Local/Remote uploading (serial cable,R.F link,cell modem)
 

Setting  ports/flags.  Local / Remote(serial cable,R.F link,cell modem). i.e. open flood gates, turn fans off/on.

  Data/Alarm conditions send directly to one or more cellular phone(s) via SMS.
 

     
     
Manufacturer FALCOM GmbH.

Model COM210 Telephone Modem.

The COM210 modem enables communications between a computer and a Campbell Scientific datalogger over a public switched telephone network. A Hayes-compatible modem is required at the computer base station. The COM210 connects to the datalogger at the field site. The COM210's wide operating temperature range and low power requirements make it ideal for use at remote sites.

Download PDF
Brochure

   
[Main Features]  

Allows connection to a field station over a public switched telephone network.

  Data downloading.Local / Remote downloading (serial cable,R.F link,cell modem). 
  Logger programming, depending on the logger using either Edlog or CRBasic. Local/Remote uploading (serial cable,R.F link,cell modem)
 

Setting  ports/flags.  Local / Remote(serial cable,R.F link,cell modem). i.e. open flood gates, turn fans off/on.

   
 

     
     
Manufacturer Campbell Scientific

             

Copyright 2005 Inteltronics Instrumentation.

GND