PF-ACC-C-00260

PONSEL DIGISENS Fischer Bulkhead Connector

PONSEL DIGISENS Fischer Bulkhead Connector

Description

The Fischer bulkhead connector is designed for interface with all PONSEL DIGISENS water quality sensors.

Features

  • Bulkhead connector allows for quick connection to enclosure
  • Terminates in bare wires with wiring diagram included
  • Compatible with all DIGISENS sensors
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