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NexSens A66 iSIC-OEM RS-232 Interface Cable

NexSens A66 iSIC-OEM RS-232 Interface Cable

Description

The A66 RS-232 interface cable is used to supply power to the iSIC-OEM data logger while simultaneously supporting PC communication.

Features

  • Effectively converts the iSIC-OEM into an direct connect iSIC data logger with AC power
  • Broadens the capabilities of the iSIC-OEM to include continuous data acquisition
  • Does not require any wiring of user-supplied devices which allows for quick and easy setup
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$145.00
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Details

To set up an iSIC-to-PC connection, attach an A66 RS-232 interface cable to an iSIC-OEM data logger and plug the DB-9 connector into an available PC COM port. Then connect an A10 12 V power supply between the power jack connector on the cable and any standard wall outlet. Note that an A10 12 V supply is required to set up a direct connection.
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
NexSens A66 iSIC-OEM RS-232 Interface Cable A66 MS4 to RS-232 interface & power cable, 15'
$145.00
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NexSens A66 iSIC-OEM RS-232 Interface Cable A66-100 MS4 to RS-232 interface & power cable, 100'
$295.00
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NexSens A66 iSIC-OEM RS-232 Interface Cable A66-200 MS4 to RS-232 interface & power cable, 200'
$495.00
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
NexSens A10 12VDC Power Adapter A10 12VDC to 110VAC power adapter
$39.00
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