Campbell Scientific is pleased to announce the TX320, a new HDR GOES satellite transmitter. The TX320 uses GOES satellites to transmit data acquired by our data collection platforms (DCP). This new transmitter offers reliable GOES communication for remote hydrologic and meteorologic monitoring throughout the Western Hemisphere.
The TX320 features a USB port that supports connection with PCs for setup and diagnostics.
Additionally, the TX320 retains all of the benefits of its predecessor, the TX312, including:
- Extremely stable clock, allowing up to 28 days of operation between GPS fixes–more reliable operation in areas with poor GPS reception
- Automatic GPS-based correction of real-time clock and temperature-compensated oscillator (TCXO)
- Low quiescent power draw
- Transmission rates of 100, 300, and 1200 bps
- Simple ASCII interface command set
The TX320 is a drop-in replacement for existing Campbell Scientific HDR GOES transmitters. Therefore, you can exchange transmitters without changing the datalogger, program, antennas, or power supply in your station.
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