CORDLESS SERIAL ADAPTER
Works with Sutron Utilities on PDA
and on Laptop/Desktop Computer with Bluetooth
. Class 2 Bluetooth module (approximately 10 Meters useable range)
. Default baud rate is 19,200 bps -configurable from 1,200 to 115,200
. Includes an internal antenna
. 9 pin male DB-9 connector, DTE
. Bluetooth status LED gives information on the Bluetooth link status
. Standard external US power supply comes with two European and one Australian
. Power can also be supplied through Pin 9 of the adapter from the data
. Average current 41mA, peaks to just under 90 mA at 5 V
. Operating temp from -20 to +85 degrees C
. Operating humidity from 5 to 95%, non-condensing
. Includes setup software and setup files for Sutron data loggers.
. Works with Sutron Utilities on PDA and on a Laptop/Desktop computer
with Bluetooth (Either built-in or external "dongle")
Basic Bluetooth CSA device. This is used when:
1. Connecting to a SatLink II
2. Connecting to an Xpert/Xlite, using the AC adapter for power
3. Or, when making your own custom cables for other data loggers/com
Includes a cable to draw power from pin 9 when connecting to an Xpert/Xlite
COM ports 2 or greater.
Includes the cable required to communicate with an 8210. This cable is
required to "wake-up" the CSA and 8210 and also provides power from pin
9 of the 8210 to the CSA.
Caution: Do not leave this device
connected to the SatLink when not in use.
This device draws approx. 50mA.
If any of these describe your site visits, the Bluetooth Cordless Serial
Adapter is the solution you need.
1. Your site is located on a busy bridge or road and you would like to
collect your data from the safety of your truck.
2. You drive to a site and, while downloading data, the dreaded low battery
warning sounds. You wish that you'd brought a cable long enough to reach
to your truck so you could plug your laptop PC in to charge while still
3. You have to do some site maintenance during inclimate weather (i.e.,
Georgia in August or Montana in January). You don't want to take your
expensive laptop out in the elements and you think how nice it would
be to collect your data from the warmth (or air conditioning) of your
4. You want to check your staff reading against the DCP reading in order
to make changes from the staff location. With wireless Bluetooth technology
and your laptop or pocket PC, it's easy.
5. You have purchased I/O cards for your PDA and you have problems communicating
through the cards.
Bottom line...Remote, wireless Bluetooth technology makes collecting
data & trouble shooting a site safer and easier because your laptop
or PDA doesn't have to be physically
attached to the DCP.
MORE BLUETOOTH BENEFITS
1. Download/Reset/Communicate with remote DCPs safely and more efficiently,
without having to be directly next to the remote site
2. Wireless communication between a laptop or pocket PC and the DCP (Data
3. Eliminates the need for cumbersome cables
4. PDA users no longer have to worry about which I/O card will work with
their PDA and equipment.