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Campbell Scientific's LoggerLink for Android is a simple yet powerful tool that allows an Android device to communicate with IP-enabled dataloggers (CR6, CR200X, CR800, CR850, CR1000, CR3000). Bluetooth communication is also supported for these same dataloggers using a RS232-Bluetooth adapter. The app supports field maintenance tasks such as viewing and collecting data, setting the clock, and downloading programs.

Benefits and Features:
* View real-time data
* Graph historical data
* Collect data
* Set variables and toggle ports
* Check important status information about the health of the datalogger
* Perform field maintenance such as send program, set clock
* Manage files

PLEASE NOTE: The current version of LoggerLink supports communication via IP and Bluetooth only. Serial, RF, or other means of communication are not supported.

Before using this application, you must agree to the end user license agreement (EULA)


Note: AT&T's default security settings do not allow mobile-to-mobile connections on the AT&T network. This affects connections from a mobile phone or tablet on the AT&T network attempting to connect to a cellular modem on the AT&T network. If your mobile device and cellular modem are both on the AT&T network, please contact Campbell Scientific for configuration information before purchasing LoggerLink. This does not affect connections where the phone and/or the modem are on another network (for instance, a Verizon phone connecting to an AT&T cellular modem or visa versa, or a Verizon phone to Verizon cellular modem connection).

Tags: loggerlink campbell, loggerlink, loggerlink application, usb dataloggerreader.

Recently changed in this version

Version 1.3.2 includes the following improvements.

* Support for the CR6 datalogger
* Enhanced graphing capabilities
* Custom data collection options
* Various bug fixes

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  • (64 stars)

    by calvin skelley on 10/10/2013

    You are better off with a free hyperterminal type of app. This totally sucks. Used it for 2 minutes and wished I could get my money back. Should be a buyers remorse grace period for these overpriced useless applications.