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Stevens SatComm

Stevens SatComm
Stevens SatComm
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  • Model: Stevens SatComm
  • MPN: SatComm

GOES CS2/v2.0 Transmitter

The Stevens SatComm GOES transmitter sends data via the GOES Data Collection System (DCS) at both 300 and 1200 baud data rates. It can operate with any data logger capable of exporting data packets through a serial port in any format designated by the logger and permitted by NOAA/NESDIS.

For even simpler and more cost-effective remote GOES-based monitoring stations, Stevens SatComm is also available with an optional internal data logger, adding the ability for sensors to be directly connected for data collection, storage and transmission with a single low-power device.

  • NESDIS CS2/v2.0 certified
  • Two data logger input modes:
    • Continuous listen to data logger mode
    • Trigger mode using CTS “clear to send”, with programmable advance turn-on time
  • Two-way communication port
  • Available with integrated data logger (4 analog, 1 pulse and 12 SDI-12 sensor inputs, 1 control output)
  • VSWR measurement ensures proper antenna connection after installation, and alerts you of potential problems proactively
Stevens SatComm is fully compatible with most 3rd-party data loggers (connection via standard RS-232 port) or can be configured with an optional integrated datalogger, allowing for basic data collection tasks and data transmission to be preformed within one compact unit.

Reliability for your most critical data

Stevens SatComm uses a TCXO (temperature compensated crystal oscillator) to provide exceptional power efficiency, minimal frequency aging and unsurpassed longevity.

Unlike OCXOs (oven-controlled crystal oscillator) typically used, a TCXO:
  • reduces the overall power consumption by eliminating a high current oven, eliminating the time and need for warm-up
  • is not vulnerable to breaking due to power cycling
  • maintains frequency over time without drift
  • minimizes the risk of station failure due to constant power-cycling, and ensures that transmissions always occurs within assigned timeslot.