NexSens CB-Series Data Buoy Pass Through Lid

The CB-PTL pass through data well lid is compatible with CB-150 and larger data buoys. It includes a set of cable gland fittings and plugs for custom integrations.

Features

  • Includes six ports for sensor cable runs
  • Also includes solar tower connection port and battery vent
  • Optional bulkhead fittings available for both sensors and RF cables
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NexSens CB-Series Data Buoy Pass Through LidCB-PTL CB-Series buoy pass through data well lid for custom integrations, includes set of plugs & cable gland fittings
$695.00
Usually ships in 3-5 days
NexSens CB-Series Data Buoy Pass Through Lid
CB-PTL
CB-Series buoy pass through data well lid for custom integrations, includes set of plugs & cable gland fittings
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$695.00
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