A55

NexSens A55 iSIC Pole/Wall Mounting Kit

NexSens A55 iSIC Pole/Wall Mounting Kit

Description

A55 mounting kits are used to attach iSIC data loggers to a 2" pipe, wall, or other mounting structure.

Features

  • Rugged 1/4" thick aluminum plate provides a secure platform to mount data loggers
  • Includes 304 SS U-bolts for durable and reliable pole mounting
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A55 mounting kits are used to attach iSIC data loggers to a 2" pipe, wall, or other mounting structure. The 1/4" thick aluminum plate provides a secure platform to mount data loggers. The mounting kit includes (2) 304 SS U-bolts for reliable mounting to any 2" diameter pole.
What's Included:
  • (1) Aluminum mounting plate, 16" x 8" x 1/4"
  • (2) 304 SS U-bolts, 5/16"-18, for use with 2" pipes
  • (4) 1/4"-20 x 3/4" SS screws, flat head machine, for mounting iSIC data loggers
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NexSens A55 iSIC Pole/Wall Mounting Kit A55 Pole/wall mounting kit for iSIC data loggers
$99.00
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