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NexSens A50 Junction Box

NexSens A50 Junction Box

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The A50 Junction Box simplifies the process of wiring multiple sensors into an iSIC data logger.

Features

  • NEMA 4X enclosure ensures superior data acquisition in extreme conditions
  • Terminal strip allows sensor signals to be piggybacked along the same cable
  • Junction box can be custom built to meet data logging project requirements
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The A50 Junction Box simplifies the process of wiring multiple sensors into an iSIC data logger. The bottom of the box includes four cable entry/exit ports, and the internal 12-position terminal strip allows sensor signals to be piggybacked to the iSIC data logger using a single cable. The NEMA 4X enclosure ensures superior data acquisition in extreme conditions.
What's Included:
  • (1) NEMA 4X enclosure, 10 x 8 x 6
  • (1) Terminal strip, 12-position, pre-installed
  • (4) Cable entry/exit ports
  • (4) Gland fittings
  • (2) Port plugs
  • (1) Pole/wall mounting kit
  • (2) Pole mount brackets, for 2 pipe
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