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YSI 6095B PC Adapter

YSI 6095B PC Adapter

Description

Through use of a YSI 6095B adapter and YSI field cable, the sonde can connect and interface directly to a computer.

Features

  • MS-8 to DB-9 adapter for PC interface
  • Used for setup, calibration, real-time measurement, and uploading files from sonde field cable to PC
  • YSI 6095B requires 6038 power supply if sonde does not have internal battery pack
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YSI 6095B PC adapter cable connects 6-series field cable with a PC to upload files and configure settings on a sonde. For sondes without an internal battery pack, the cable requires 6038 power supply.
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
YSI 6095B PC Adapter 006095 6095B PC adapter, DB9 to MS8 (field cable) & MS4 (power)
$195.00
In Stock
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