The SC110 consists of two cables to connect a data logger 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, CR1000, CR3000, CR6, or CR1000X datalogger. On the other end, one of the cables is fitted with a 9-pin pin (male) connector, and the other cable is fitted with a 9-pin socket (female) connector.Read More
The SC110 provides (1) 17855 DTE Cable and (1) 17856 DCE Cable. On one end, both cables have stripped and tinned leads that connect to the COM ports of a CR800, CR850, CR1000, CR3000, CR6, or CR1000X. On the other end, the 17855 DTE cable has a 9-pin pin (male) connector, and the 17856 DCE cable has a 9-pin socket (female) connector. By having two cables, connection to either an RS-232 DCE or DTE device is supported—depending on the cable used.
|White||pin 2||Rx on logger||Tx on logger|
|Brown||pin 3||Tx on logger||Rx on logger|
|Yellow||pin 5||Gnd on logger||Gnd on logger|
|Clear||shield||Gnd on logger||Gnd on logger|
|Length||0.6 m (2 ft) for each cable|
|Weight||0.1 kg (0.3 lb)|
Number of FAQs related to SC110: 1
Most third-party modems require a null modem cable, SC105, SC110 cable, or SC932A to interface with a datalogger. Many modems manufactured by Campbell Scientific can connect directly to a datalogger’s CS I/O port using an SC12 or serial cable.