Campbell Scientific, Inc. Datasheets for Serial Interfaces

Serial interfaces are used to connect or convert an analog signal to a serial-digital output signal, and to convert from one network standard to another.
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Product Name Notes
The SC-IRDA is an infrared device that allows a PDA handheld to communicate with a datalogger without opening the enclosure door. Typically this interface is placed in a compression fitting...
The SC-USB allows Campbell Scientific dataloggers to communicate directly with computers that have a USB interface. The SC-USB is optically isolated, which helps eliminate noise pickup associated with PC power...
The SC32B Optically Isolated Interface is used to connect a datalogger’s CS I/O port with a PC’s RS-232 port. This interface converts the computer’s RS-232 voltage levels to the CMOS...
The SDM-SIO1 module connects to Campbell Scientific dataloggers using the SDM port and communications protocol. It connects to a remote serial device using industry standard hardware that can be set...