NexSens RF Bulkhead Connector Assembly

The RF bulkhead connector assembly allows 3rd party modems to be integrated inside CB-Series buoy data wells.

Features

  • Includes 1m pigtail with SMA connector
  • N-Style connector integrated on bulkhead
  • Requires 1" diameter enclosure hole
Your Price $195.00
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NexSens RF Bulkhead Connector AssemblyRF-BULK RF bulkhead connector assembly, Type N female connector to SMA male connector
$195.00
19 Available
NexSens RF Bulkhead Connector Assembly
RF-BULK
RF bulkhead connector assembly, Type N female connector to SMA male connector
19 Available
$195.00
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NexSens RF Extension Cables
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RF extension cable, Type N male connector to Type N male connector, 2'
5 Available
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NexSens A36 6' Micro-Loss RF Cable
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RF extension cable, Type N male connector to Type N male connector, 6'
2 Available
$60.00
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The RF bulkhead connector assembly allows 3rd party modems to be integrated inside CB-Series buoy data wells.

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