UW-USB-485P

NexSens SDL500 RS-485 USB Adapter

NexSens SDL500 RS-485 USB Adapter

Description

The NexSens SDL500 RS-485 USB adapter allows users to connect directly to an SDL500 with wireless telemetry through the antenna port.

Features

  • Includes UW plug connector for connection to antenna port
  • USB powers the data logger, eliminating need for separate power supply
  • Requires iChart Software to communicate with the data logger
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NexSens SDL500 RS-485 USB Adapter UW-USB-485P PC interface cable for SDL500 data loggers with wireless telemetry, UW plug to USB
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