NexSens UW Extension Cables

Designed for harsh environments in fresh, brackish, or seawater, these UW extension cables offer flexibility in building temperature strings and environmental monitoring networks.

Features

  • Build multi-point temperature strings by connecting UW cables to T-Node FR sensors
  • Includes SDI-12 and RS-485 signals for connecting other smart sensors
  • Submersible to 200 feet
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NexSens UW Extension CablesUW-0.5 UW plug to receptacle extension cable, 0.5m
$145.00
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NexSens UW Extension Cables UW-1 UW plug to receptacle extension cable, 1m
$150.00
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NexSens UW Extension Cables UW-1.5 UW plug to receptacle extension cable, 1.5m
$155.00
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NexSens UW Extension Cables UW-2 UW plug to receptacle extension cable, 2m
$160.00
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NexSens UW Extension Cables UW-3 UW plug to receptacle extension cable, 3m
$170.00
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NexSens UW Extension Cables UW-4 UW plug to receptacle extension cable, 4m
$179.00
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NexSens UW Extension Cables UW-5 UW plug to receptacle extension cable, 5m
$189.00
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NexSens UW Extension Cables UW-6 UW plug to receptacle extension cable, 6m
$199.00
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NexSens UW Extension Cables UW-8 UW plug to receptacle extension cable, 8m
$219.00
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NexSens UW Extension Cables UW-10 UW plug to receptacle extension cable, 10m
$238.00
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NexSens UW Extension Cables UW-15 UW plug to receptacle extension cable, 15m
$288.00
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NexSens UW Extension Cables UW-20 UW plug to receptacle extension cable, 20m
$337.00
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NexSens UW Extension Cables UW-25 UW plug to receptacle extension cable, 25m
$386.00
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NexSens UW Extension Cables UW-30 UW plug to receptacle extension cable, 30m
$435.00
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NexSens UW Extension Cables UW-40 UW plug to receptacle extension cable, 40m
$534.00
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NexSens UW Extension Cables UW-50 UW plug to receptacle extension cable, 50m
$632.00
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NexSens T-Node FR Thermistor String T-Node FR T-Node FR thermistor string sensor, UW connector
$269.00
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NexSens T-Clamp Mooring Clamp T-Clamp Mooring clamp for 1" diameter instruments, fits 1/4" stainless steel wire rope
$29.00
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NexSens Thermistor String Mooring Clamp Kit TS-Clamp Mooring clamp kit for communication cable & 3/16" vinyl coated SS wire rope, pack of 2
$59.00
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NexSens 3/16" Stainless Steel Mooring Lines SS187-10 Custom built 3/16" vinyl coated SS mooring line, 10'
$60.00
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All UW series cables incorporate sensorBUS connectivity for connection to include three industry standard digital interfaces (RS-485 and SDI-12) along with both 12 and 5VDC power.

Cables are constructed of (8) 22 AWG wires, including a shielded twisted pair for RS-485 signals, an overall shield and a heavy wall, UV stabilized polyurethane jacket. Connectorized cable ends include a flexible strain-relief and either a plug or receptacle fitting. Double o-rings (both gland and face seals) ensure a reliable and water-tight connection. Mated connectors are rated at 200 feet of submersion.

Cables are interchangeable and can be connected in series to extend lengths as needed. A complete set of accessories are available for termination, junction and signal splitting.
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