NexSens CB-Series Data Buoy Wet-Mate Lid

The CB-MCL wet-mate data well lid is compatible with CB-150 and larger data buoys. It is designed for use with MCBH bulkhead connectors (sold separately).


  • Includes five holes for integrating MCBH connectors
  • Also includes solar tower pigtail connector and pressure relief valve
  • Optional bulkhead fitting available for RF cable
Your Price $1,495.00
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  • (1) Wet-mate lid
  • (1) MCBH-6-FS power bulkhead with Molex connector and power/ground wires
  • (1) Battery harness cable adapter, Molex 4-pin to UW 6-pin receptacle 
  • (1) Pressure relief valve
  • (1) UW bulkhead with blank retainer
  • (1) Solar/COM port cable adapter, MCIL-6-MP to UW 6-pin receptacble
  • (5) MCBH connector port plugs
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CB-Series buoy wet-mate data well lid for custom integrations, includes solar connector pigtail & pressure relief valve (MCBH connectors sold separately)
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