0053310

In-Situ Flying Lead Cable Adapter

In-Situ Flying Lead Cable Adapter

Description

In-Situ Flying Lead Cable Adapter is short stripped and tinned cable with male Twist-Lock Connector for Aqua TROLL 200. Connects to an Aqua TROLL's RuggedCable or to a controller or logger for communication.

Features

  • User friendly device automatically switches between Modbus and SDI-12 modes depending on activity
  • Pretreated wires on opposite end are ready for straight-forward wiring to PLC or logger
  • Removable, refillable outboard desiccant protects cable vent assembly from condensation
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Notable Specifications:
  • Materials: PVC, titanium, nylon, Viton
  • Dimensions: 13.33 cm (5.25 in) long, 19 mm (0.75 in) O.D.
  • Environmental Rating: IP67 when connected, not designed for submersion
  • Cable: 0.9 m (3 ft) vented TPU (Thermoplastic Polyurethane)
  • Conductors: 6 conductors, 24 AWG, polypropylene insulation
  • Desiccant pack: Clear acrylic, nylon, HDPE membrane
  • Desiccant: approx. 22 g silica gel, type 4
  • Max. recommended cable lengths: SDI-12 61 m (200 ft), Modbus 1259 m (4000 ft), 4-20 mA 1259 m (4000 ft)
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In-Situ Flying Lead Cable Adapter 0053310 Flying lead cable adapter, male twist-lock, 3 ft.
$365.00
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