Versión actual para iOS: 1.7
Versión actual para Android: 1.6.8
Las apps LoggerLink para dispositivos móviles son potentes herramientas que permiten a un dispositivo iOS o Android poder comunicar con nuestros dataloggers CR200X, CR800, CR850, CR1000, CR3000, CR6, o CR300, que incorporen un interface IP (NL115, NL116, NL120, NL121, NL201, NL240, NL241, RavenXTV, RavenXTG, RV50).
LoggerLink para Android también admite comunicaciones Bluetooth mediante un adaptador RS-232-Bluetooth.
Estas apps permiten realizar tareas de mantenimiento en campo tales como visualizar y descargar datos, ajustar el reloj, o cargar un programa de adquisición al datalogger.
Nota: por defecto, un dispositivo Android no conecta con una red ad hoc. Sin embargo, algunos smartphones y tablets se pueden configurar de forma que puedan trabajar en una red ad hoc. Consúltelo con su proveedor. Para más información consulte la pestaña Compatibilidad.Leer más
The LoggerLink apps have the following pages that allow access to the features in the software:
|Communication with Data Logger||IP device (NL115, NL116, NL120, NL121, NL201, NL240, NL241, RavenXTV, RavenXTG, RV50) or RS-232-Bluetooth adapter (LoggerLink for Android only)|
|Requirements||Runs on iOS version 8.0 or greater. (Refer to the Compatibility section on the web page for more information about the mobile device and data logger compatibility.)|
|Requirements||Runs on Android OS 4.03 or greater. (Refer to the Compatibility section on the web page for more information about the mobile device and data logger compatibility.)|
Please note: The following shows notable compatibility information. It is not a comprehensive list of all compatible products.
iOS-based and Android-based devices are compatible. (See the table.)
|Supported Device||Required Operating System|
|iPod Touch||iOS 8.0 or later|
|iPad||iOS 8.0 or later|
|iPhone||iOS 8.0 or later|
|Android tablet||Android OS 4.03 or later|
|Android smart phone||Android OS 4.03 or later|
The iOS or Android device communicates with the data logger via an IP device (NL115, NL116, NL120, NL121, NL201, NL240, NL241, RavenXTV, RavenXTG, RV50). LoggerLink for Android also supports Bluetooth communication for the same data loggers using an RS-232-Bluetooth adapter.
The following table illustrates which communication options are appropriate for the two LoggerLink applications (Android and iOS).
|Wired Ethernet||Wireless Infrastructure Network||Wireless Ad Hoc Network||Bluetooth 2.0|
|LoggerLink Android||See explanation below|
LoggerLink for Android can be used to communicate with any of its supported data loggers over IP-based or Bluetooth 2.0 communication. There are some items of note, however, when considering your communication options.
IP-based communication options include wired Ethernet devices (such as Campbell Scientific’s NL116 and NL121) and devices that use a wireless communication protocol (such as our NL241). Wireless networks can be set up in infrastructure mode where a central router or access point is in place, or in ad hoc mode where there is no central point of access and all devices in the network communicate with each other on a peer-to-peer basis.
If the communications link to the data logger is via a wired Ethernet connection, simply type in the IP address of the data logger to connect. If the communications link is via a wireless network configured in infrastructure mode, the Android device can connect to the network’s Wi-Fi access point or cellular network, which, in turn, provides an IP connection for LoggerLink to use.
However, by default, the ability for an Android device to join an ad hoc network that is initiated by another device is disabled in the Android OS. In this situation, the Android device can be configured as a Wi-Fi hotspot, and the wireless device in the ad hoc network that provides the connection to the data logger can be set up to connect to it. This situation would occur, for example, if an NL241 was used without an external wireless or cellular network. The Android device would be set up as a wireless hotspot, and the NL241 would connect to that hotspot.
LoggerLink for iOS supports IP-based communication only (both wired and wireless Ethernet). Ad hoc networks are fully supported by iOS. Support for communication over Bluetooth is not available, because Apple does not allow serial port protocol over Bluetooth 2.0 for commercial use.
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LoggerLink connects directly to a single data logger using a TCP/IP connection. In contrast, LoggerNet Mobile Connect connects to a LoggerNet server, and in-turn, can connect to any device in the LoggerNet network regardless of the communication link to the data logger.
LoggerLink stores data logger setup information in a file named logger_settings.sqlite. This file can be accessed through iTunes and File Sharing, and it can be saved to a computer and then copied onto any number of iOS devices.
By default, the graph doesn’t have any data configured. It is necessary to select a data table and the fields to be graphed. The data range for the graph may also need to be modified to accommodate the range of data to be displayed.
No. LoggerLink is not compatible with FTP.
LoggerLink supports all TCP connections with Campbell Scientific data loggers. However, some network types are not supported by all devices. For example, ad-hoc networks are supported on iOS devices, but they are not supported on Android devices.
Yes. LoggerLink is designed to communicate with dataloggers using IP connections. Typically, if a datalogger can be reached by a smartphone, LoggerLink should be able to communicate with it.
No. LoggerLink is not currently compatible with alarming.
No. There are currently no plans to develop a cabled connection to LoggerLink, as there are too many different connection types and certification requirements to pursue cabled connection options.
No. LoggerLink doesn’t require a static IP address, but the current IP address is needed for communication with the datalogger. This may require changing the datalogger setup frequently in LoggerLink. On some networks, the LoggerLink UDP discovery setup option may make dataloggers with dynamic addresses easier to find.
With static IP addresses or domain names, it should not be necessary to change the datalogger setup in LoggerLink.