AML Oceanographic Micro-X Single Parameter Instrument

Micro-X is a single parameter instrument designed to accommodate the AML Xchange sensors (temperature, turbidity, etc.) for long-term monitoring applications.

Features

  • Sensor heads can be swapped out for factory recalibration
  • Delrin housing with integrated MCBH-6-FS wet-mateable connector
  • RS-232 output for integration with NexSens data loggers
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AML Oceanographic Micro-X Single Parameter InstrumentPDC-MIX-P0S1-05 Micro-X single parameter instrument, Delrin housing
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AML Oceanographic Micro-X Single Parameter Instrument
PDC-MIX-P0S1-05
Micro-X single parameter instrument, Delrin housing
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AML Oceanographic T-Xchange Temperature Sensor XCH-TMP-n545 T-Xchange temperature sensor
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AML Oceanographic Tu-Xchange Turbidity Sensor XCH-TRB-A3000-02W Tu-Xchange turbidity sensor with wiper, 0-3000 NTU range
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NexSens MCIL Male Cable Assemblies MCIL-6-MP-1 Male 6-pin wet mateable cable assembly with locking sleeve, 1m
$210.00
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NexSens MCIL Male Cable Assemblies MCIL-6-MP-5 Male 6-pin wet mateable cable assembly with locking sleeve, 5m
$250.00
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NexSens MCIL Male Cable Assemblies MCIL-6-MP-10 Male 6-pin wet mateable cable assembly with locking sleeve, 10m
$300.00
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NexSens MCIL Male Cable Assemblies MCIL-6-MP-15 Male 6-pin wet mateable cable assembly with locking sleeve, 15m
$350.00
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NexSens MCIL Male Cable Assemblies MCIL-6-MP-20 Male 6-pin wet mateable cable assembly with locking sleeve, 20m
$400.00
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NexSens MCIL Male Cable Assemblies MCIL-6-MP-25 Male 6-pin wet mateable cable assembly with locking sleeve, 25m
$450.00
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NexSens UW Cable Connectorization UW-CON UW plug connectorization of sensor cable assembly
$195.00
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T-Xchange temperature sensor
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Tu-Xchange turbidity sensor with wiper, 0-3000 NTU range
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NexSens MCIL Male Cable Assemblies
MCIL-6-MP-1
Male 6-pin wet mateable cable assembly with locking sleeve, 1m
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$210.00
NexSens MCIL Male Cable Assemblies
MCIL-6-MP-5
Male 6-pin wet mateable cable assembly with locking sleeve, 5m
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$250.00
NexSens MCIL Male Cable Assemblies
MCIL-6-MP-10
Male 6-pin wet mateable cable assembly with locking sleeve, 10m
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$300.00
NexSens MCIL Male Cable Assemblies
MCIL-6-MP-15
Male 6-pin wet mateable cable assembly with locking sleeve, 15m
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$350.00
NexSens MCIL Male Cable Assemblies
MCIL-6-MP-20
Male 6-pin wet mateable cable assembly with locking sleeve, 20m
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$400.00
NexSens MCIL Male Cable Assemblies
MCIL-6-MP-25
Male 6-pin wet mateable cable assembly with locking sleeve, 25m
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$450.00
UW plug connectorization of sensor cable assembly
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$195.00
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