Event Description

The two-day communications course is designed for experienced users of Campbell dataloggers wanting to learn how to program for, and connect their dataloggers to, various communication networks via a number of different methods.

There are some advanced programming techniques used on the course so ideally you will have either previous experience of programming Campbell dataloggers or attended the two-day Datalogger Programming in CRBasic course and had time to practise the concepts learned (there is discount available if booked together).

The communications course covers cell phone modems, ethernet networks and spread spectrum radios, how to connect them to the datalogger and how to program for these devices to provide information over services such as email, FTP and SMS.

We also cover methods for connecting to and administering a datalogger via LoggerNet over these communications devices. Class size is limited to six to enable full support to be given to all attendees. You can download a course flyer here.

Lunch and training materials will be provided.

Accommodation and travel is not included, software (LoggerNet) will be provided for the duration of the training course, to continue to use LoggerNet after the training you will need to purchase a license.

When you reserve a place via this website you will receive an email letting you know your request is being processed. You will then be contact by our accounts team to arrange payment. They will then confirm your place on the course and send you your training pack. Note, until this step is complete your place is not confirmed.

Course overview:

The precise schedule depends on class make up and requirements but it will cover:

Ethernet Connections

  • Ethernet and the CR1000
  • IP Networks

Serial Communications

  • Datalogger Serial Ports
  • Using HyperTerminal
  • String Operations in CRBasic
  • Sending an SMS
  • Receiving an SMS

PPP Connections

  • Connecting to the Internet using a Modem
  • Cellular Modem Contexts
  • Controlling Internet Connection Time
  • Static versus Dynamic IP Addresses

Internet Protocols

  • Sending an FTP
  • Sending an Email
  • Custom TCP and UDP Connections
  • Accessing the Datalogger Web Page

 

Program Execution Options

  • Pipeline versus Sequential Mode
  • Slow Sequences

Saving Data to a File

  • The TableFile instruction
  • Custom File Formats

Data Logger Call Back

  • Land Line Call Back
  • IP Based Call Back

Pakbus Networking

  • Network Examples
  • Spread Spectrum Radios
  • Data Logger Configuration
  • LoggerNet Configuration

 

 


Event Details
Seats Available: 3
Date: January 9-10, 2019
Location: Shepshed, LE12 9GX, UK
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