One charger or field cable is needed per base unit or when the radio is used on a datalogger's RS-232 port. The 14291 power cable terminates in a barrel plug on one end and two pigtails on the other end.
The 15730 is a 900 MHz, unity gain (0 dBd), 1/4 wave whip, right-angle antenna. The 15730 is an omnidirectional antenna that attaches directly to the product (no cables). It should be used inside an enclosure or building.
The COAXRPSMA-L is an LMR195 coaxial cable fitted with a Type N Male connector on one end and a Reverse Polarity SMA (RPSMA) female connector on the other end. This cable is commonly used to connect an antenna with Type N connector to a spread-spectrum radio with an RPSMA connector.
This 1 ft, null modem cable has 9-pin connectors on both ends for connecting the datalogger's RS-232 port to a peripheral's RS-232 port. An interface such as the SC105 or SC932A is typically not required.
The SC12 is our standard cable for connecting the datalogger's 9-pin serial I/O port to most peripherals with a 9-pin port. It is supplied with many of our standard communications peripherals. Its 9-pin male connector attaches to the datalogger's CS I/O port, and the two 9-pin female connectors can attach to peripherals or interfaces.
The 17648 is a USB cable for attaching our products to a USB port on a PC. It has a type A male connector for connecting to the PC's USB port and a type B connector for connecting to the Campbell Scientific device.