LI-COR 2222UWB Underwater Cables

LI-COR 2222UWB Underwater Cables


LI-COR 2222UWB Underwater Cable offers a waterproof connection to the LI-192SA and LI-193SA underwater PAR sensors.


  • BNC connector for quick connection to LI-250A and LI-1400 light meters
  • Cable can also be connectorized for use with NexSens SDL500 submersible data loggers
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LI-COR 2222UWB Underwater Cables 2222UWB-3 Underwater cable, 3m Usually ships in 3-5 days
LI-COR 2222UWB Underwater Cables 2222UWB-10 Underwater cable, 10m
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LI-COR 2222UWB Underwater Cables 2222UWB-30 Underwater cable, 30m
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LI-COR 2222UWB Underwater Cables 2222UWB-50 Underwater cable, 50m
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LI-COR 2222UWB Underwater Cables 2222UWB-100 Underwater cable, 100m
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LI-COR LI-192 Underwater PAR Sensor LI-192SA LI-192 underwater PAR sensor with microamp output, requires underwater cable In Stock
LI-COR LI-193 Underwater Spherical PAR Sensor LI-193SA LI-193 underwater spherical PAR sensor with microamp output, requires underwater cable In Stock
NexSens UW Cable Connectorization UW-CON UW plug connectorization of sensor cable assembly
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NexSens SDL500 Submersible Data Loggers SDL500 SDL500 submersible data logger
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