LI-COR Sensor Base & Cable Assemblies

LI-COR sensor base & cable assemblies are compatible LI-190R, LI-200R, and LI-210R sensor heads.

Features

  • Any sensor head can be used with any base
  • BNC connector designed for use with LI-1500 or LI-250A
  • Bare leads designed for connection to data logger with microamp input
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LI-COR Sensor Base & Cable AssembliesBNC-2 Sensor base, 2m cable with BNC connector
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LI-COR Sensor Base & Cable Assemblies BNC-5 Sensor base, 5m cable with BNC connector
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LI-COR Sensor Base & Cable Assemblies BNC-15 Sensor base, 15m cable with BNC connector
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LI-COR Sensor Base & Cable Assemblies BNC-50 Sensor base, 50m cable with BNC connector
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LI-COR Sensor Base & Cable Assemblies BL-2 Sensor base, 2m cable with bare leads
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LI-COR Sensor Base & Cable Assemblies BL-5 Sensor base, 5m cable with bare leads
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LI-COR Sensor Base & Cable Assemblies BL-15 Sensor base, 15m cable with bare leads
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LI-COR Sensor Base & Cable Assemblies BL-50 Sensor base, 50m cable with bare leads
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LI-COR Sensor Base & Cable Assemblies
BNC-2
Sensor base, 2m cable with BNC connector
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BNC-5
Sensor base, 5m cable with BNC connector
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BNC-15
Sensor base, 15m cable with BNC connector
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BNC-50
Sensor base, 50m cable with BNC connector
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BL-2
Sensor base, 2m cable with bare leads
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BL-5
Sensor base, 5m cable with bare leads
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BL-15
Sensor base, 15m cable with bare leads
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BL-50
Sensor base, 50m cable with bare leads
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LI-COR 2001S Sensor Base Cover 2001S Sensor base cover
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LI-COR LI-190R PAR Sensor Head 190R Quantum sensor, head only
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LI-COR LI-200R Solar Radiation Sensor Head 200R Pyranometer, head only
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LI-COR LI-210R Photometric Sensor Head 210R Photometric sensor, head only
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Sensor base cover
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Quantum sensor, head only
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Pyranometer, head only
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Photometric sensor, head only
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