33-801-01

Airmar USB Data Converter

Airmar USB Data Converter

Description

When connecting an Airmar WeatherStation Instrument to a PC and run Airmar's WeatherCaster software, this USB Converter provides a plug-and-play interface.

Features

  • Designed for use with WeatherCaster Software (free download)
  • 6 ft. USB connector for PC interface
  • 6 ft. power cord for supplying 12VDC power
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$160.00
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$152.00
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When connecting an Airmar WeatherStation Instrument to a PC and run Airmar's WeatherCaster software, this USB Converter provides a plug-and-play interface. The WeatherStation unit attaches to the Converter via a plug-in cable and a 1.8m (6’) USB lead, which then outputs data to the PC. The Converter also includes a 1.8 m (6’) power cord for supplying 12VDC power to the USB box and connected WeatherStation instrument.

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Airmar USB Data Converter 33-801-01 NMEA0183 to USB data converter
$152.00
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