Data cables are used to physically connect two devices so that data can be transmitted between them. For example, a data cable may be used to connect a datalogger to a communication peripheral, a datalogger to a computer, a computer to a communication peripheral, or one communication peripheral to another.
The 17394 is a six-foot interface cable fitted with a USB connector on one end and a 9-pin male RS-232 connector on the other end. The USB connector attaches to the USB port of a PC. The RS-232 connec...read more
This 1 ft, null modem cable has 9-pin connectors on both ends for connecting the datalogger's RS-232 port to a peripheral's RS-232 port. An interface such as the SC105 or SC932A is typically not requi...read more
The 31055 adapts an RS-232/CPI RJ45 port to a DB9 male connector. This cable is offered to make it easier to connect a DCE serial device, such as a cellular modem, to the RS-232/CPI port.
The SC12 is our standard cable for connecting the datalogger's 9-pin serial I/O port to most peripherals with a 9-pin port. It is supplied with many of our standard communications peripherals. I...read more
The SC12R-6 connects two or more 9-pin peripherals to the CS I/O port of a Campbell Scientific datalogger. The SC12R-6 may be "daisy-chained" to connect one additional peripheral with each additional...read more
The SC929 is a cable interface between a datalogger and a computer. One end of the cable connects to the datalogger's CS I/O port. The other end connects directly to the 9-pin serial port of a compute...read more
Effective 1 January 2004, the MD9 Multidrop Interface was generally replaced for new multidrop applications by the MD485 Multidrop Interface. However, the MD9 remains available for customers with exis...read more
The MD485 is an intelligent RS-485 interface that permits a PC to address and communicate with one or more dataloggers over a distance of up to 1200 m. This interface also supports datalogger-to-datal...read more
The SC32B Optically Isolated Interface is used to connect the CS I/O port on a datalogger with the RS-232 port on a PC. This interface converts the RS-232 voltage levels of the computer to the CMOS le...read more
The SC110 consists of two cables to connect a datalogger with RS-232 DCE and DTE devices. One end of each cable provides stripped, tinned leads for attachment to the control ports on a CR800, CR850, C...read more
The SC932A supports two-way communications between a datalogger and a device that is configured with an RS-232 DCE serial port. Common Campbell Scientific devices used with the SC932A include our SRM-...read more
The SC105 is a CS I/O to RS-232 adapter used to connect a Campbell Scientific datalogger to an RS-232 DCE device. Common DCE devices used with the SC105 include cellular modems, radios, and smart seri...read more
The 31056 adapts an RS-232/CPI RJ45 port to a DB9 female connector. This cable is offered to make it easier to connect a DTE serial device, such as a computer or terminal server, to the RS-232/CPI por...read more