Configuring an iSIC for Output to GOES Modem

    The iSIC data logger can be configured to output data to a GOES-compatible transmission system such as the Stevens Water SatComm. In addition to configuring the iSIC, a GOES account must also be registered with NOAA / NESDIS. The steps for configuring the GOES output are as follows: 1. If creating a new iChart .icr […]

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    5100-OEM Quick Start Guide

    Overview The NexSens 5100-OEM is an iSIC data logger with an integrated Ethernet controller that provides communication over LAN or WAN. What’s Included Data logger with integrated Ethernet controller (2) Mounting flanges iSIC Kit (2) A75 Gland fittings (5) Desiccant packs A72 RS-232 interface cable iSIC resistor pack A78 CAT5E patch cable DB-9 null modem […]

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    Install Mounting Plate

    Mount the iSIC box to a wall using the A55 mounting plate. It may be attached using the included hardware. First attach the plate to the back of the iSIC box using the (4) ¼-20 X ¾” bolts and then secure the mounting plate to the support surface. It can be attached to a pole […]

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    What Is an MS2 Connector?

    An MS2 connector is used to supply power to an iSIC Data Logger. It has two openings – one for power and the other for ground. An MS2 connector can be found on the A11 float charger (power adapter) and the solar panels of iSIC MAST systems.   The port which connects the MS2 connector […]

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    Reset iSIC Data Logger to Manufacturer’s Defaults

    1. Refer to the appropriate data logger category for instructions on connecting directly to the iSIC Data Logger or SDL500 that is being used. 2. In iChart, click Advanced | iSIC | iSIC. The iSIC Setup window will appear.     3. Enter the correct COM Port (Check the Port on the Device Manager by clicking Start | Right-click […]

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    Setting an SDL500 or iSIC Data Logger as a Pass-Through Device

    In order to collect data from an iSIC that is connected to another iSIC, pass-through settings must be made in iChart. This article assumes an iChart project file and data loggers have already been programmed. 1. Right click on the data logger in the iChart Navigation Panel and select Property. The iSIC Data Logger Communication Properties […]

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    Powering the iSIC – OEM

    The NexSens iSIC-OEM is only powered from an external source. A 12V switching or linear power supply is recommended. An external battery installed inside a sealed enclosure such as the NexSens AVSS Stainless Steel enclosure would also be adequate.   MS4 Connector   The pins are marked within the connector. Confirm the pins (A-D) by […]

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    Mount iSIC – OEM

    NexSens iSIC-OEM data loggers come with two mounting ears. Attach the mounting ears to the enclosure using the supplied hardware as shown below.     REV: 13H06

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    iSIC Modbus Communication

    The NexSens iSIC data logger supports Modbus RTU communications over RS232 or RS485. Implementation: Modbus RTU over RS232 or RS485. Baud rates: 19200 or 9600 at No Parity, 8 Data Bits, and 1 Stop Bit Modbus address: same as the iSIC address. Input registers 0 to n-1 correspond to parameters 0 to n-1 where n […]

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