The NL201 Network Link Interface is a serial to ethernet communication peripheral that connects to any Campbell datalogger via the RS232 or CSI/O port.
The device allows any Campbell datalogger with an RS-232 or CS I/O port to communicate with a computer using TCP/IP, making it possible to communicate over a local area network or a dedicated Internet connection.
Communicates over a local area network or dedicated Internet via TCP/IP
Low power 7-20 VDC; Current drain when Active @ 13 Vdc: 50 mA
Connects to datalogger's RS-232 or CS I/O port
Compatible with all of the contemporary dataloggers as well as most retired dataloggers (e.g., 21X, CR23X, CR500)
Supports 20 simultaneous TCP connections
Up to 10 of the 20 TCP connections can be used for TLS
PakBus Router supports 50 routes
Maximum number of Modbus Server Transactions: 15
Dimensions: 16 x 6.73 x 2.54 cm
Operating Temperature Range: -25° to +50°C (extended range available)
Ethernet Port: 10Base-T and 100Base-TX (full and half duplex), Auto-MDIX, Auto-IP (APIPA), IPv4, IPv6, ICMP/Ping, ICMPv6/Ping, TCP, DHCP Client, SLAAC, DNS Client, HTTPS Proxy, Telnet Server, TLS, PakBus, Mobus TCP/IP