A60-OEM

NexSens A60-OEM MS4 to Flying Lead Cable

NexSens A60-OEM MS4 to Flying Lead Cable

Description

The A60-OEM is used for power and/or communications to the OEM line of iSIC data loggers.

Features

  • Weatherproof MS-4 connector securely attaches to the data logger enclosure
  • Flying lead cable end for terminal connection to power or communications
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The A60-OEM is used for power and/or communications to the OEM line of iSIC data loggers. The weatherproof MS-4 connector securely attached to the data logger enclosure. The cable termintes in bare wires for connetion to 12VDC power or external communications when the data logger is setup as an SDI-12 or Modbus slave device.
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NexSens A60-OEM MS4 to Flying Lead Cable A60-OEM MS4 to flying lead external power & communications cable, 12'
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