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Campbell SC-USB User guide
USER GUIDE
SC-USB
USB to CS I/O
Opto-isolated Interface
Issued: 17.12.13
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About this manual
Some useful conversion factors:
Area: 1 in2 (square inch) = 645 mm2
Length:
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1 US gallon = 3.785 litres
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Contents
1. Introduction ................................................................ 1
2. Technical Specifications ............................................ 2
2.1 USB Specifications ................................................................................... 2
2.2 CS I/O Port Specifications ........................................................................ 2
2.3 General Specifications .............................................................................. 3
3. SC-USB Interface Driver Installation ......................... 3
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
Installing the SC-USB for the first time .................................................... 4
Fixing a failed installation/upgrading the drivers ...................................... 5
Uninstalling the SC-USB Drivers ........................................................... 10
Determining which COM port the SC-USB has been assigned .............. 10
Using the SC-USB with Campbell Software ........................................... 11
4. Set-up Modes – the SC_USB Programming Utility. 12
4.1 Settings ................................................................................................... 12
4.1.1 Auto Detect (Automatic Baud Rate Detection) ............................. 12
4.1.2 Selecting a Fixed Baud rate .......................................................... 13
4.1.3 Enable All Comms Modes (Automatic Mode Detection) ............. 13
4.1.4 Enable CSDC Address 7 Mode ..................................................... 13
4.1.5 Enable CSDC Address 8 Mode ..................................................... 13
4.1.6 Enable SDC Comms Mode ........................................................... 13
4.1.7 Enable ME Comms Mode ............................................................. 14
4.1.8 Set ID ............................................................................................ 14
4.2 Updating the Operating System of the SC-USB ..................................... 14
4.3 Uploading Datalogger Operating Systems .............................................. 14
5. Troubleshooting ....................................................... 14
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
Installation .............................................................................................. 14
Software Settings .................................................................................... 15
Electronic Interference ............................................................................ 15
Use with the Device Configurator Program ............................................ 16
Use with the DSP4 .................................................................................. 16
SC-USB USB to CS I/O Opto-isolated
Interface
The SC-USB is designed to allow Campbell Scientific dataloggers to communicate directly
with computers fitted with a USB interface. It provides an isolated connection which can also
operate at higher speeds than conventional RS232 connections.
SC-USB Interface (supplied with 2m A-B USB cable)
1. Introduction
The SC-USB is optically isolated thus preventing possible noise pickup associated
with PC power supplies and ground connections. It also supports synchronous
communications modes, available in some models of dataloggers, that allow
multiple devices to be connected in parallel. The SC-USB can be used in place of
an SC32B interface. The SC-USB also has the potential for high-speed data
transfer to the PC at up to 1MBit/second where the datalogger supports it.
The SC-USB will appear to PC software as a new virtual serial port, allowing it to
be used with many software packages.
The SC-USB PC drivers support various operating systems including Windows
2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7 and 8. The SC-USB is shipped with a software CD
containing suitable drivers and a set-up/programming utility called SC-USB.exe
which can be found in a directory named ‘Utility’ on the CD. The CD also
contains a comprehensive help file, and manual. These files can be accessed
directly from the CD, if required, by running the setup program.
The SC-USB will normally operate ‘straight from the box’ for most applications
using the default settings. However, you can change the baud rate, the
communication rate and its USB ID by using the Sc-usb.exe set-up utility
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provided – see Section 4. This utility can also be used to upgrade the SC-USB’s
own operating system.
Refer to Section 4 if using a 21X, CR7, CR10X-TD or CR23X-TD datalogger,
using call-back, or when upgrading a datalogger operating system using the CSOS
or Device Configuration programs utility.
Please check with Campbell Scientific if you wish to use the SC-USB with a
CR9000X.
NOTE
If you are using a CR5000 datalogger make sure the datalogger
operating system is version 2.0 or later as this will enable the
highest communication speeds. For older versions set the SC-USB
to work in ME Comms Mode (see Section 4).
2. Technical Specifications
2.1 USB Specifications

USB Version 1.1
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USB transfer rate up to 12MBits/second
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Active current consumption less than 85mA (current drawn from PC)
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Standby current consumption less than 18mA (current drawn from PC)

Maximum cable length 3 metres
2.2 CS I/O Port Specifications
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
Opto-isolated from the PC/USB to 47V AC or DC. Note that this is signal
isolation only, and does not provide safety isolation.

Supports asynchronous communication from 9600 to 115200 baud and
synchronous communication up to 1MBit/second.

Campbell Scientific protocols implemented: supports Modem-Enable (ME),
Synchronous Device Communications protocol (SDC) and Concurrent-SDC
(CSDC) modes. Some of these modes may require that the datalogger
operating system be a specific version or higher. The SDC mode only works
with operating systems created since October 2002 (CR10X 1.18 or higher,
CR23X 1.15 or higher, etc.) The CSDC mode only works with a Pakbus (PB)
operating system and the CR5000.

Dataloggers supported 21X, CR7X, CR500, CR510, CR10, CR10X / TD /
PB, CR23X / TD / PB, CR800 series, CR1000, CR3000 and CR5000.

PC software compatibility PC200W, PC208W, PC9000, PC400, LoggerNet
and most other packages that support virtual serial ports.

Active current consumption less than 19mA (current drawn from datalogger).

Inactive current consumption less than 80µA (current drawn from
datalogger).
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2.3 General Specifications

Case Size 20x40x75mm (HxWxL)

Cable Length 1.5m, fitted with a Type A connector for connection to a
computer
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Weight 85g

Operating temperature range -25°C to +50°C
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EMC compliance: complies with EN61326:1998 (see Section 5.3)

Driver support for Windows 2000, XP / Vista / Windows 7/ Windows 8
supplied on CD (Contact Campbell Scientific for other drivers)

Set-up utility and manual included on CD
3. SC-USB Interface Driver Installation
The installation procedure is straightforward. Whenever possible you should
install the drivers for the SC-USB on the PC before plugging the SC-USB for the
first time. The drivers need to be installed from the CD provided with the product
or using the package downloaded from the internet.
If using a CD the setup program should start to run when the CD is first installed
in the machine if the security settings of the machine allows. If this does not
happen browse to the CD and run the autorun.exe program in the root directory of
the CD.
When started the program will present a menu like this:
Select the option to install the 32 or 64 bit drivers depending on the PC operating
system you are running (32 bit is the only valid option for XP and Windows
2000).
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A separate installer program will start if you have selected the appropriate driver
set for your copy of Windows.
After clicking on Next the drivers will be installed and the program should
complete with this screen at which point you can close the installer and the CD
program (unless you wish to use the utility or view the help or manuals).
Once this step has been reached click on “Finish” and then you can proceed to
connect the SC-USB to your computer.
3.1 Installing the SC-USB for the first time
Connect the SC-USB to a spare USB port on your PC. If the drivers have been
installed on the machine using the process above the PC should find the correct
drivers and after going through two cycles of finding and installing drivers the PC
should show the newly found USB device and display a message that the device is
ready to use. If you have upgraded the drivers you may then be asked to reboot
your computer before using the interface.
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3.2 Fixing a failed installation/upgrading the drivers
If you have not installed the drivers prior to plugging in the SC-USB then,
depending on the version of Windows that you have, the installation will either
fail with no option to search for the drivers or it will fail and ask for a disk to be
installed.
In the latter case you can insert the SC-USB driver disk in the computer and then
browse to the CD and let Windows install the drivers from the CD. Newer
versions of Windows will not give this option before failing, so you need to follow
the following steps. The same steps can be used to ensure that Windows is using
the latest drivers. Please note that the screens below are from Windows 7, the
exact appearance and wording will vary with other operating systems.
First use the CD to install the latest drivers onto the PC as shown above. Then
with the SC-USB plugged into the PC, open up the device manager screen of
Windows. This can be done either by browsing to the Device Manager via the
Control Panel or by using the search tool and running “devmgmt.msc”
If the install failed in the Device Manager you will see ‘SC-USB USB TO CS I/O
INTERFACE’ listed under ‘Other Devices’ with a yellow warning symbol to
indicate a problem as there is no driver installed yet. If you are attempting to
upgrade the driver the yellow symbol may not be present.
Right click on ‘SC-USB USB TO CS I/O INTERFACE’ and click on ‘Update
Driver Software’ in the menu that appears...
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You will then be prompted as to whether to search for the driver or browse the
computer.
If the driver installation as shown in Section 3 above worked OK, you can select
the first option and the new drivers already installed on the machine should be
found OK. If not then browse to the CD and see if Windows will pick up the
drivers from there. If the drivers are found you should see a screen like this:
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Once this part of the installation is complete you will see the following
confirmation...
...click ‘Close’ to return to the Device Manager.
You will now see ‘SC-USB USB TO CS I/O ISOLATED INTERFACE’
displayed under Universal Serial Bus controllers (as shown below).
You will now notice a new device ‘USB Serial Port’ displayed under ‘Ports (COM
& LPT), again with a yellow warning symbol as now driver is yet installed...
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Right click on ‘USB Serial Port’ and click on ‘Update Driver Software’ in the
menu that appears...
You will now be given the choice to search automatically or browse for driver
software. If previously installed OK, click on Search... or if it was not OK
browse to the CD to point to the drivers.
The installation will then proceed and you will see the progress as follows...
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Once this part of the installation is complete you will see the following
confirmation...
...click ‘Close’ to return to the Device Manager.
You will now see ‘SC-USB USB TO CS I/O ISOLATED INTERFACE (COMx)’
displayed under Ports (COM & LPT), where x is the number of the COM port
assigned by Windows during the installation.
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The installation is now complete. You can close the Device Manager and start
using your SC-USB interface.
3.3 Uninstalling the SC-USB Drivers
To remove the drivers start the device manager screen (see 3.2 above). With the
SC-USB plugged in you will see it listed under Ports. Right-click on its entry and
select the uninstall option, selecting the option to delete the files if required. You
can then unplug the SC-USB. Plugging the SC-USB back in later should restart
the installation process.
3.4 Determining which COM port the SC-USB has been assigned
The above installation processes relies on parts of the Windows operating system
to assign a com port number to SC-USB. Often this will be the next port number
that is free. However, if other devices have been installed in the past (some of
which may no longer be plugged in) it may be assigned a higher com port number.
To check which com port it has got, you can simply monitor the appearance of a
new com port in the list of com ports offered in your software package, e.g.
Loggernet, before and after the installation, or if there is any doubt look in the
Windows Device Manager list under the ports section (accessed via the control
panel).
As shown below the com port number is shown at the end of the description.
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In some cases a PC program may not offer the SC-USB COM port in its selection
list of available COM ports. Recent versions of Campbell Scientific packages
allow you to manually type the COM port into the selection window to overcome
this.
Older software may also limit you only up to COM4. In that case you would need
to free a lower com port numbers (by deinstalling an unused COM port) and move
the assignment of the SC-USB. To do this right click on the SC-USB in the
device manager screen (as shown above) and select properties. Then select Port
Settings and then the Advanced button. In the next screen you have the option to
change the COM port number to another free number. ‘OK’ any change you
make and close the Device Manager screen before reopening it to confirm the
change (it does not automatically refresh this change).
NOTE
The Baud rate settings in the driver/properties setting have no
influence on the operation of the SC-USB. The speed of
communication to the datalogger is normally determined
automatically by the SC-USB although it can be set in other ways,
see the sections below.
3.5 Using the SC-USB with Campbell Software
In recent versions the SC-USB appears as a clearly identified special com port
device within Campbell Scientific Software packages. In older versions or third
party software it appears as a standard COM port. To use the SC–USB, if using
the EZSetup Wizard you need to specify a “Direct Connect” and then select the
new COM port number assigned to the SC-USB (see 3.4 above). If using the setup
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tool in LoggerNet you need to Add a Root device, select the COM port option and
select the relevant com port number which has the SC-USB identifier; then Add
the datalogger or Pakbusport directly to the new ComPort.
In general the baud rate settings that are offered in the EZSetup or Setup screens
can be left at the default settings as they do not apply to the SC-USB which
determines the best speed to use by automatically negotiating this with datalogger
(see below for exceptions).
NOTE
The SC-USB should plug into and work with any standard USB1.1 or
2.0 compatible port.
4. Set-up Modes – the SC_USB Programming Utility
The Set-up button on the SC_USB.exe utility allows you to configure the
SC-USB interface to work with the supported dataloggers and peripherals and
their modes of operation.
NOTE
This program is only needed to change settings for some older
dataloggers or datalogger operating systems.
The set-up screen is shown below, and the set-up modes are explained in detail.
To run this utility you only need plug the SC-USB in a USB socket on the
computer. A datalogger is not needed and should not be connected at the same
time.
NOTE
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On some newer PCs when the USB lead is removed as part of the
process of starting communication with the utility an error may be
reported. Close the utility and restart the process until successful.
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4.1 Settings
4.1.1 Auto Detect (Automatic Baud Rate Detection)
Auto Detect will try to connect at the highest asynchronous baud rate the
datalogger can support. This can be used in most cases. The exceptions are:

Upgrading a datalogger operating system - see Section 4.3 below.

Using Call Back, when you must fix the baud rate.

Using a 21X or CR7 datalogger, where the baud rate needs to be fixed and set
to either 9600 or 76800 baud (OS dependent).

Using a non-Pakbus CR23X-TD datalogger – the baud rate may be adjusted
to the maximum supported by the datalogger. (By default it will run at 9600
baud.) See Section 5.2 for more details.
Auto Detect is the Factory default.
4.1.2 Selecting a Fixed Baud rate
Bit rate selections available are 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 76800 & 115200
baud as shown in the screenshot above. Select the highest rate supported by the
dataloggers being used.
4.1.3 Enable All Comms Modes (Automatic Mode Detection)
Selecting ‘Enable all Comms Modes’ automatically connects to the datalogger
using the communications method that uses the least physical hardware resources.
The priorities from highest to lowest are CSDC, SDC and finally Modem Enable
(ME) mode. The default mode can be used in most cases.
Exceptions are:

When other SDC or CSDC peripherals are being used, in which case a
free address must be selected.

When Call Back is being used it may be necessary to fix the
communication method to ME.

When using non-Pakbus TD dataloggers, where the mode must be set to
ME.

When using a CR5000 datalogger with an operating system version
earlier than 2.0, where the mode must be set to ME.
Enable All Comms Modes is the Factory default.
4.1.4 Enable CSDC Address 7 Mode
Selecting ‘Enable CSDC Address 7 Mode’ will force the SC-USB to only respond
as the CSDC device with SDC address 7. This is useful when you have another
SDC-Concurrent device connected on the CSI I/O port. The modem enable line
(pin 5) is not used and is free for other use. CSDC mode allows concurrent
communication sessions. It is currently supported by Pakbus dataloggers and
recent versions of the CR5000 operating system.
4.1.5 Enable CSDC Address 8 Mode
Selecting ‘Enable CSDC Address 8 Mode’ will force the SC-USB to only respond
as the CSDC device with SDC address 8. This is useful when you have another
CSDC device connected on the CS I/O port. The modem enable line (pin 5) is not
used and is free for other use. CSDC mode allows concurrent communication
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sessions. It is currently supported by Pakbus dataloggers and recent versions of the
CR5000 operating system.
4.1.6 Enable SDC Comms Mode
Selecting ‘Enable SDC Comms Mode’ will force the SC-USB to only respond as
an SDC communication device at address 9. In this mode asynchronous
communication is used at the chosen bit rate. The Modem Enable line (pin 5) is
not used and is free for other use. SDC mode allows the SC-USB to be connected
in parallel with modem devices. This mode is only supported in CR510, CR10X
and CR23X dataloggers with post-2002 standard (non-Pakbus) operating systems.
4.1.7 Enable ME Comms Mode
Selecting ‘Enable ME Comms Mode’ will force the SC-USB to only respond as a
modem-enabled device. This would only be used when all other connection modes
are being used by other peripherals or for compatibility with an older datalogger
or operating system.
4.1.8 Set ID
Set ID is used to make the SC-USB interface unique. This is useful if you have
more than one SC-USB interface connected to the same PC at the same time. The
default ID as supplied is 00000001.
NOTE
Close the SC-USB utility when you have finished using it, as its
method of polling the SC-USB may cause the PC to become very
slow when running other programs.
4.2 Updating the Operating System of the SC-USB
The OS download button in the Sc_USB.exe utility allows you to upgrade the OS
in the SC-USB to take advantage of new features and allow new product support.
CAUTION
When using this option do not unplug the SC-USB or turn off
the computer, otherwise the operating system may be
corrupted and the SC-USB may then need to be returned to
the factory for repair.
4.3 Uploading Datalogger Operating Systems
The SC-USB can be used to load operating systems into CR500, CR510, CR10X
and CR23X dataloggers, using the CSOS or Device Configurator Programs. This
requires the SC-USB utility to be used to set the baud rate to 19200 and the
comms mode to ME comms mode.
After loading the operating systems in the way described in the relevant program,
remember to set the SC-USB back to its default setting to allow normal
communications afterwards.
The SC-USB cannot be used to load operating systems in a similar way for newer
loggers – see Section 5.4.
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5. Troubleshooting
5.1 Installation
If when installing the SC-USB the Hardware installation wizard is not displayed
immediately try rebooting the PC with the SC-USB plugged in or run the Add
Hardware option in the Control Panel. If the wizard still does not appear it is
possible that drivers are already installed for the SC-USB – check using the
Device Manager.
The SC-USB uses a chipset made by FTDI. Many other USB devices also use this
chipset. As a consequence, the SC-USB and other FTDI devices may share some
common driver files. To ensure that the latest files are used, install the SC-USB
after the other devices are installed. Also be aware that re-installing an older
device last may result in unreliability, as older drivers may overwrite the newer
ones without any warning.
5.2 Software Settings
Generally, no specific settings are required to use the SC-USB with Campbell
Scientific software. The datalogger should be entered in the device map as if it
were directly connected to the COM port assigned to the SC-USB. The baud rate
setting has no effect on the speed that the SC-USB communicates with the
datalogger. This is normally determined automatically. The 21X and CR7 and
non-Pakbus TD dataloggers do not support automatic baud rate detection. In these
cases the SC-USB needs to be set to a fixed baud rate. This can either be done
using the SC-USB utility program (see Section 4) or, if your software package
supports it; for example by using the ‘Generic modem’ option of LoggerNet, the
baud rate can be set by sending a single character code at the start of each call to
the datalogger. The codes are shown in the table below.
ASCII
character
1
2
3
4
5
6
Baud Rate
9600
38400
57600
115200
76800
115200
The SC-USB can be left in auto mode; the numeric characters will not be echoed.
If using the generic modem option of LoggerNet, you would enter a generic
modem between the COM port and the datalogger, and enter T"1" in the dial
script to force the baud rate to 9600 baud; the other hardware settings can be left at
their default values.
Setting the baud rate using the latter method is useful if you use the SC-USB to
move between a number of different types of datalogger and wish to avoid having
to reconfigure it too often.
If you experience any problems using this software, please report this to Campbell
Scientific, giving full details with any solution if available, for possible inclusion
in a future release of this User Guide.
5.3 Electronic Interference
Electronic emissions emanating from the SC-USB interface itself are very low.
However, while verifying this during the development of the SC-USB, Campbell
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Scientific became aware that many PCs have poor filtering of emissions from their
USB ports.
These emissions become apparent when a cable is plugged into the USB port, as
the cable acts as an antenna. If any such PC emissions (coming from the SC-USB
cable) cause problems with other equipment, you may be able to reduce such noise
by adding a clip-on ferrite choke to the SC-USB cable. Position the choke on the
cable close to the USB connector. The size of ferrite is dependent on the level and
frequency of noise emitted by the PC, and so needs to be selected by trial and
error. If in doubt, seek advice from the PC manufacturer.
5.4 Use with the Device Configurator Program
The SC-USB can be used with the device configurator program to change settings
in most dataloggers that have a CS I/O port. It can be used to download operating
systems to the CR510, CR10X and 23X dataloggers using this tool too, but has to
be set to a fixed baud rate and comms mode changed (see above). It cannot be
used to load operating systems into the CR800, CR1000 or CR3000 dataloggers
using the “Send OS” option of the Device Configurator as the dataloggers only
support the low-level OS upload via the RS232 port. However, you can load an
operating system into a datalogger using the option to load a program into the
datalogger (under Logger Control) and changing the file type to operating system.
(You can load the OS with other Campbell Scientific programs too using the
program load options.) This technique does not reset as many settings as the
lower level “Send OS” option.
5.5 Use with the DSP4
It is possible to use the SC-USB to communicate with most dataloggers when they
are used with a DSP4 Heads-Up Display. As with other means of communication,
display of data on the DSP4 is suspended during communication.
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For the CR5000 it is currently not possible to run any program that
sends data to the DSP4 and then communicate with the SC-USB.
This is because the CR5000 reserves the CS I/O port solely for use
by the DSP4. This may change in later revisions of the operating
system – contact Campbell Scientific for further information.
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www.campbellsci.cc • info@campbellsci.cc
Campbell Scientific Ltd. (CSL)
Campbell Park
80 Hathern Road
Shepshed, Loughborough LE12 9GX
UNITED KINGDOM
www.campbellsci.co.uk • sales@campbellsci.co.uk
Campbell Scientific Ltd. (France)
3 Avenue de la Division Leclerc
92160 ANTONY
FRANCE
www.campbellsci.fr • info@campbellsci.fr
Campbell Scientific Spain, S. L.
Avda. Pompeu Fabra 7-9
Local 1 - 08024 BARCELONA
SPAIN
www.campbellsci.es • info@campbellsci.es
Campbell Scientific Ltd. (Germany)
Fahrenheitstrasse13, D-28359 Bremen
GERMANY
www.campbellsci.de • info@campbellsci.de
Please visit www.campbellsci.com to obtain contact information for your local US or International representative.
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