0052000-03010225

In-Situ Non-Vented Twist Lock Cable Assembly

In-Situ Non-Vented Twist Lock Cable Assembly

Description

In-Situ Non-Vented Twist Lock Cable Assembly locks tight for reliable connections to Level TROLL or Aqua TROLL sensors.

Features

  • Rugged titanium connectors for use in virtually any application
  • Cables are extendable simply by adding segments via TROLL Cable Extender
  • Built-in desiccant on vented cables offers a streamlined cable connection
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Details

In-Situ Non-Vented Twist Lock Cable Assembly includes twist-lock connectors; just press together and twist until they lock. Cables are available vented or non-vented with rugged titanium connectors (2-year warranty). Select between polyurethane or Tefzel cable jackets that are available in custom length up to 4000 ft (1212m). Each RuggedCable system includes a Kellems grip for easy suspension.
Notable Specifications:
  • Connector: Twist-Lock connector
  • Number of Conductors: 6
  • Internal Conductor Material: Polypropylene
  • Diameter: 6.7mm (0.265")
  • Break Strength: 127 kg (280 lbs)
  • Bend Radius: 2X diameter of cable = 13.72mm (0.54")
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
In-Situ Non-Vented Twist Lock Cable Assembly 0052000-03010225 Non-Vented Twist-Lock cable assembly with polyurethane jacket, Twist-Lock termination, 25 ft. Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
In-Situ Non-Vented Twist Lock Cable Assembly 0052000-03010250 Non-Vented Twist-Lock cable assembly with polyurethane jacket, Twist-Lock termination, 50 ft.
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In-Situ Non-Vented Twist Lock Cable Assembly 0052000-030102100 Non-Vented Twist-Lock cable assembly with polyurethane jacket, Twist-Lock termination, 100 ft.
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In-Situ Non-Vented Twist Lock Cable Assembly 0052000-030202200 Non-Vented Twist-Lock cable assembly with polyurethane jacket, small plastic spool, Twist-Lock termination, 200 ft.
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In-Situ Non-Vented Twist Lock Cable Assembly 0052000-030202300 Non-Vented Twist-Lock cable assembly with polyurethane jacket, small plastic spool, Twist-Lock termination, 300 ft.
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In-Situ Non-Vented Twist Lock Cable Assembly 0052000-030302400 Non-Vented Twist-Lock cable assembly with polyurethane jacket, large plastic spool, Twist-Lock termination, 400 ft.
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In-Situ Non-Vented Twist Lock Cable Assembly 0052000-030302500 Non-Vented Twist-Lock cable assembly with polyurethane jacket, large plastic spool, Twist-Lock termination, 500 ft.
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
In-Situ TROLL Cable Extender 0051490 TROLL cable extender
$215.00
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