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In-Situ Non-Vented PXD Quick-Connect Cable Assembly

In-Situ Non-Vented PXD Quick-Connect Cable Assembly

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Quick-Connect cable assemblies allow for easy swaps in the field.

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In-Situ Non-Vented PXD Quick-Connect Cable Assembly 0031450-000125 Non-Vented PXD Quick-Connect cable assembly with polyurethane jacket, 25 ft. Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
In-Situ Non-Vented PXD Quick-Connect Cable Assembly 0031450-000150 Non-Vented PXD Quick-Connect cable assembly with polyurethane jacket, 50 ft.
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In-Situ Non-Vented PXD Quick-Connect Cable Assembly 0031450-0001100 Non-Vented PXD Quick-Connect cable assembly with polyurethane jacket, 100 ft.
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In-Situ Non-Vented PXD Quick-Connect Cable Assembly 0031450-0002200 Non-Vented PXD Quick-Connect cable assembly with polyurethane jacket, small plastic spool, 200 ft.
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In-Situ Non-Vented PXD Quick-Connect Cable Assembly 0031450-0002300 Non-Vented PXD Quick-Connect cable assembly with polyurethane jacket, small plastic spool, 300 ft.
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In-Situ Non-Vented PXD Quick-Connect Cable Assembly 0031450-0002400 Non-Vented PXD Quick-Connect cable assembly with polyurethane jacket, small plastic spool, 400 ft.
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In-Situ Non-Vented PXD Quick-Connect Cable Assembly 0031450-0002500 Non-Vented PXD Quick-Connect cable assembly with polyurethane jacket, small plastic spool, 500 ft.
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In-Situ PXD-261 Pressure Transducer 0009700 Non-Vented PXD-261 pressure transducer, 35 ft. range Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
In-Situ PXD-261 Pressure Transducer 0009710 Non-Vented PXD-261 pressure transducer, 46 ft. range Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
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In-Situ PXD-261 Pressure Transducer 0009750 Non-Vented PXD-261 pressure transducer, 231 ft. range Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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