Airmar WeatherStation Humidity Sensor Module

Humidity sensor module for WX Series instruments

Features

  • User-replaceable module
  • Compatible with 110WX, 150WX & 200WX
List Price $100.00
Your Price $95.00
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Airmar WeatherStation Humidity Sensor Module33-627-02 Humidity sensor module for WX Series instruments
$95.00
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