A38-P

NexSens A38-P Pipe Attachment Ground Kit

NexSens A38-P Pipe Attachment Ground Kit

Description

The A38-P pipe attachment kit provides the option to ground iSIC data loggers and gas discharge lightning protection devices to existing grounded structures.

Features

  • Simple grounding setup allows for a quick and easy field installation
  • Copper cable attaches securely to grounding lugs preinstalled on NexSens iSIC data loggers
  • Protection from harmful static electricity provides peace of mind
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The A38-P pipe attachment kit provides the option to ground iSIC data loggers and gas discharge lightning protection devices to existing grounded structures. The kit allows for quick and easy field installation. Securely attach the grounding pipe clamp to an existing grounded structure. Attach the other end of the copper wire to the pre-installed grounding lug on the bottom of the iSIC data logger enclosure. The grounding kit provides peace-of-mind and protection from harmful static electricity.
What's Included:
  • 15' of 10 AWG insulated copper cable
  • (1) grounding pipe clamp, fits 3/4" - 1 1/4" OD pipes
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