NexSens Instrument Cages

NexSens Instrument Cages


The instrument cage attaches to the bottom of CB-Series buoys for water sensor deployments.


  • Provides convenient mounting for multi-parameter sondes, fluorometers, etc.
  • Lowers mooring attachment point to eliminate potential for cable tangling
  • Helps lower center of gravity & increase stability in rough waters
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The instrument cage buoy attachment attaches to the bottom of CB-Series buoys for water sensor deployments. The rugged stainless steel frame provides a convenient mounting location for multi-parameter sondes, fluorometers, depth sonar, and more.

By installing the cage to the bottom of the buoy frame, the mooring attachment point is lowered to eliminate the potential for sensor cable tangling. Additionally, this helps to lower the center of gravity and increase stability in rough waters.
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NexSens Instrument Cages CAGE Stainless steel instrument cage, 28"
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NexSens Instrument Cages CAGE-XL Stainless steel instrument cage, 44"
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NexSens Buoy Cage Clamp Accessory CB-CCA Cage clamp accessory for CB-Series data buoys
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NexSens Instrument Cage Mount CM-600 Cage mount for water quality instruments
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