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YSI 6-Series Sonde Vented Field Cables

YSI 6-Series Sonde Vented Field Cables

Description

YSI vented field cables are used to connect the 6-Series sondes to the 650 display units or external data loggers.

Features

  • Sonde connectors have a built-in "key" to ensure proper field cable pin alignment
  • For sondes with level sensors, vented field cables eliminate errors due to barometric pressure
  • If you do not see your desired length, contact us for additional cable lengths and pricing
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YSI vented field cables are used to connect the 6-series sondes to the 650 display units. For sondes with level sensors, vented field cables are used to eliminate errors due to changes in barometric pressure.

For connecting the field cable to your sonde, the sonde connector has a built-in "key" to ensure proper pin alignment. Additionally, an integrated strain relief connector attaches to the sonde bail for added support during sampling and deployments.

The other end of the field cable is a military-style 8-pin connector (MS-8). This MS-8 connector plugs directly into the 650 MDS display/logger. The 650 contains a microcomputer that allows it to be used in a similar manner to that of a terminal interface to a PC. Through use of a YSI 6095B (MS-8 to DB-9) adapter, the sonde may be connected to a computer for setup, calibration, real-time measurement, and uploading files.
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YSI 6-Series Sonde Vented Field Cables 063380 6195 vented field cable, 10 ft. Usually ships in 3-5 days
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YSI 6-Series Sonde Vented Field Cables 006192 6192 vented field cable, 50 ft.
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YSI 6-Series Sonde Vented Field Cables 006193 6193 vented field cable, 100 ft.
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YSI 6-Series Sonde Vented Field Cables SP6191-200 Vented field cable, 200 ft.
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YSI 6-Series Sonde Vented Field Cables SP6191-500 Vented field cable, 500 ft.
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