In-Situ Rugged TROLL RS-232 Docking Station

The In-Situ Rugged TROLL RS-232 Docking Station is a RS-232 communication interface for programming and downloading data from the Rugged TROLL 100 & 200 instruments.

Features

  • RS-232 communication allows for fast data transfer to a PC or to a RuggedReader
  • Simple plug-and-play interface means less hassle for the user
  • Compact design takes up minimal space in the work area
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In-Situ Rugged TROLL RS-232 Docking Station0091960 Rugged TROLL RS-232 docking station, includes RS-232 cable and Win-Situ 5.0 Software CD
$205.00
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Use the docking station to program and download data from the Rugged TROLL 100 or 200 or from the Rugged BaroTROLL. The docking station is available with either a USB or RS-232 communication interface. USB communication allows fast data transfer to a PC. The RS-232 version is used with a PC or a RuggedReader handheld PC.
  • (1) In-Situ Rugged TROLL RS-232 Docking Station
  • (1) RS-232 cable
  • (1) Win-Situ 5.0 Software CD
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