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LS300G 3G GSM Cellular Gateway
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Repair Yes
Calibration Yes
Free Support Yes

Resumen

The LS300G is a cellular gateway for use on GSM/GPRS/EDGE/HSPA+ networks such as AT&T, Rogers, Bell, and Telus. The LS300G comes standard with Ethernet, USB, and serial interfaces, making it easy for you to configure, deploy, and connect it to Campbell Scientific data loggers, cameras, radios, and more.

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Descripción técnica

The LS300G is a cellular gateway (also commonly referred to as a cell/cellular modem). It is locally and remotely manageable using Sierra Wireless's ACEManager™ web interface or AT and AToIP commands.

Please note the power requirements for this device. The LS300G draws significantly more current than the RavenXTG. In many cases, a station that leaves the LS300G on continuously will require at least a 50W solar panel and an 84 Ah battery (10 days of battery reserve). As such, most users will attach the power input of the LS300G to the SW12 port on the data logger or to a power relay controlled by the data logger.

Especificaciones

  • Carrier Approval: AT&T
  • Network: 3G HSPA+ with fallback to GSM/GPRS/EDGE
  • Dimensions: 76 mm x 90 mm x 25 mm (3.0 in. x 3.5 in. x 1.0 in.)
  • Weight: 190 g (6.7 oz)

Host Interfaces

  • 10/100 Base-T RJ45 Ethernet
  • RS-232 serial port, DB9 Female
  • USB V2.0 with micro-B connector
  • 2 SMA antenna connectors (primary, GPS/diversity)
  • Active antenna support

Power

  • Input Voltage: 7 to 28 Vdc
  • Typical Current Drain (@12 Vdc):
    Dormant (idle for 10 to 20 s): 185 mA
    Transmit/Receive: 255 mA

Frequency*

  • GSM/GPRS/EDGE: 1900/850/900/1800 MHz
  • WCDMA: 1900/2100/850 MHz

* This product uses the LS300G Sierra Wireless SL8090 radio module. Contact Campbell Scientific if you require WCDMA operation at 900/2100 MHz (SL8092 radio module).

Environmental

  • Operating Temperature: -30°C to +70°C / -22°F to +158°F
  • Storage Temperature: -40°C to +85°C / -40°F to +185°F
  • Humidity: 90% RH @ 60°C
  • Military Specification: MIL-STD-810 conformance to thermal, mechanical shock, and humidity

Industry Certifications

PTCRB, R&TTE, FCC, Industry Canada, CE, RoHS Compliant, Class 1 Div 2

Compatibilidad

The LS300G will connect to any of our devices that have an RS-232 serial or Ethernet port. 

  • When connecting the LS300G to an RS-232 DCE device such as the CR1000, use the 18663 Null Modem Cable.
  • When connecting to the CS I/O port of a data logger, use the SC105.

When using the LS300G as a replacement for the RavenXTG, ensure that your station's power supply and recharge are adequate to handle the increased power consumption when active.

Data Logger Recommended Accessory for Connecting to LS300G

CR6

31055 (CPI to RS-232), SC105, or 28899 (Ethernet cable for direct connection to Ethernet port on CR6)

CR200(X) Series

18663 or NL201

CR800 Series

18663, SC105, or NL201

CR1000 and CR3000

18663, SC105, NL120, or NL201

CR3000

18663, SC105, NL120, or NL201

CR5000

18663, SC105, or NL201

CR510 and CR10X

SC105

CR510-PB and CR10X-PB

SC105 or NL201

CR23X

18663 or SC105

CR23X-PB 

18663, SC105, or NL201

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Preguntas frecuentes

Número de FAQs relacionadas con LS300G: 1

  1. When connecting a cellular modem to any device via the RS-232 serial port, consider the baud rate required by the device that is being attached. For example, when connecting a cellular modem to either a CR200(X) using a 18663 or to a CR10(X) using a SC932A, the RS-232 baud rate of the cellular modem should be fixed at 9600. For these devices, 9600 baud is the default baud rate.

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