NexSens A82 Direct-Connect PC Cables

These direct-connect cables are used for communication between a WXT520 weather transmitter and a PC.


  • Directly plug into any PC serial port or USB port with RS-232-to-USB adapter
  • Cable lengths provides flexible installation options for weather monitoring systems
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NexSens A82 Direct-Connect PC CablesA82 RS-232 direct connect PC cable, 100'
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NexSens A82-200 Direct-Connect PC Cable A82-200 RS-232 direct connect PC cable, 200'
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NexSens A82-250 Direct-Connect PC Cable A82-250 RS-232 direct connect PC cable, 250'
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NexSens RS-232 to USB Adapter RS232-USB RS-232 to USB adapter
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NexSens A10 12VDC Power Adapter A10 12VDC to 110VAC power adapter
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NexSens A10-BAT 12VDC Power Adapter A10-BAT 12VDC power adapter with battery clips
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A82 PC adapter cables allows for direct communication between a WXT520 weather transmitter and a PC, providing a low-cost, real-time weather monitoring system.

Note that the A10 12 V power adapter is required for powering the WXT520 weather transmitter via the power jack connector on the A82 adapter cable, and weatherVIC software is required for displaying user-friendly weather data.

A 100' direct-connect PC cable is included with weatherVIC PC-based weather stations.
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