NexSens SBP500 Submersible Battery Pack

The SBP500 Submersible Battery Pack accommodates (16) user-replaceable D-cell alkaline batteries in a completely submersible enclosure for power to underwater sensors or data loggers.

Features

  • Provides power to sensors or data loggers in unattended applications
  • Can be used with SDL data loggers for added battery capacity
  • Withstands extreme wave action, drops, floods, and periodic & long-term deployment underwater
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NexSens SBP500 Submersible Battery PackSBP500 Submersible battery pack for (16) user-replaceable D-cell alkaline batteries
$1,295.00
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The SBP500 Submersible Battery Pack accommodates (16) user-replaceable D-cell alkaline batteries in a completely submersible enclosure for power to underwater sensors or data loggers. The housing and battery compartment are completely sealed and waterproof to withstand wave action, drops, floods, periodic & long-term deployment underwater, and more. The SBP500 can also be integrated with SDL V2 data loggers for added battery capacity.

  • Dimensions: 16" length x 5.5" diameter
  • (1) SBP500 Submersible Battery Pack

Note: Batteries sold separately

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