18940-M

NexSens 18940-M Weather Sensor Adapter Mount

NexSens 18940-M Weather Sensor Adapter Mount

Description

The 18940-M weather sensor mount allows the Vaisala WXT-Series weather sensors to be securely mounted to an RM Young 18940 Tripod.

Features

  • Compatible with WXT-Series weather sensors
  • Rugged machined PVC construction
  • Includes set screw
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The 18940-M weather sensor mount allows the Vaisala WXT-Series weather sensors to be securely mounted to an RM Young 18940 Tripod.
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
NexSens 18940-M Weather Sensor Adapter Mount 18940-M Mounting adapter for attaching Vaisala WXT-Series weather sensor to RM Young 18940 tripod
$69.00
Usually ships in 3-5 days
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
YOUNG Portable Tripod 18940 Portable tripod
$490.00
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