Telephone Modem with Voice Synthesizer

Telephone Modem with Voice Synthesizer
Model COM300
Campbell Scientific's COM300 voice-synthesizer modem provides a CR510, CR10(X), CR23X, or CR5000
datalogger with speech capability, thus enabling the user to call the site for a spoken summary of real-time or
historical data. The COM300 can also act as a standard modem, with data transmit rates up to 9,600 bps.
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A COM300’s connections: The 9-pin serial port connects the COM300 to a datalogger via an SC12(R) cable.
The RJ11C Modular Telephone Jack connects the COM300 to a surge-protected telephone line, or alternatively, the screw terminals (GND, RING, TIP) connect the COM300 to a phone line via a surge protector. Surge
protectors are strongly recommended for sites where the phone company has not provided surge protection.
Features:
• Allows anyone to call a COM300-equipped site from any phone (including cellular) to receive a verbal report
of current site conditions.
• Enables the datalogger to call you and recite a verbal warning if specified conditions occur.
• Reports specific conditions or allows selection of information by pressing numbers on a touch-tone phone.
• Contains a large number of words on the COM300 chip for constructing the verbal reports; customized words
and phrases are also available.*
• Operates over a wide temperature range: -25° to +50°C standard, -55° to +80°C, optional.
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Required Equipment
• Phone. Typically a touch-tone phone, but
a rotary phone can be used to receive a
verbal report only when the report does
not require user participation (i.e., pressing
numbers to select information).
WARNING:
PS12 POWER SUPPLY
PERMANENT DAMAGE TO RECHARGEABLE
CELLS MAY RESULT IF DISCHARGED
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one is not installed by the phone company. CSI offers model 6362 (mounts inside
enclosure) or model 4330 (same functionality as 6362 but without enclosure mounts).
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This equipment complies with the requirements in Part 15 of FCC Rules for Class A
computing device. Operation of this equipment in a residential area may cause
unacceptable interference to radio and TV reception requiring the operator to take
whatever steps are necessary to correct the interference.
GND
Complies with Part 68, FCC rules. FCC Registration No. B9QUSA-75378-MM-T
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• COM300 voice-synthesizer modem
(includes SC12 cable and LoggerTalk™
vocabulary software)
• CR510, CR10(X), CR23X, or CR5000 (the
CR10 requires a Library Special PROM)
COM3ENC
(data retrieval)
• Environmental enclosure (typically
ENC 12/14 or ENC 16/18).
• Power supply**
An ENC 12/14 enclosure housing a CR10X, PS12LA power supply, a
COM300, an SC12 cable, and a surge protector. Sensor cabling and solar
panel not shown.
Datalogger-to-computer communication also requires at the computer site an IBM-PC or compatible
computer with our LoggerNet 2.0 or PC208(W) Support Software, an SC25PS or equivalent modem cable, and a
user-supplied Hayes-compatible modem.
Specifications
Baud rate:
300, 1200, 9600 bps
Typical current drain:
100 µA quiescent
140 mA active (voice transmitting)
Operating voltage:
12 Vdc
Operating temperature range:
-25° to +50°C standard, -55° to +80°C, optional
Dimensions:
5.2" x 1.7" x 3.6" (13.1 x 4.3 x 9.2 cm)
Weight:
0.75 lbs (0.34 kg)
FCC Compliance:
Equipment complies with FCC Rules Part 68 and requirements in Part
15 of FCC Rules for Class A computing devices.
FCC Registration No.:
B9QUSA-31402-MM-T
Standards:
Bell 212A, CCITT V.22, V.32bis
** For information on analyzing your system's power requirements, please request a copy of Campbell Scientific's Power
Supply brochure or application note.
Standard COM300 Word List
Customer-requested words for specific applications can also be included; consult the factory for details. “Sentences” used by
the COM300 are programmed using LoggerTalk™, a software package included with COM300 purchase.
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Campbell Scientific, Inc.
Printed October 2002