NexSens UW Receptacle to Flying Lead Cables

The UW receptacle to flying lead cable is used for wiring sensors with integrated UW plug connectors to a data logger terminal strip.

Features

  • Includes sensorBUS for connecting to other smart sensors
  • Easily connects to UW underwater cables
  • Available in lengths listed below or custom lengths
$130.00
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The UW receptacle to flying lead cable is used for wiring sensors with integrated UW plug connectors to a data logger terminal strip.

The UW-FL cables incorporate sensorBUS connectivity for connection to include three industry standard digital interfaces (1-wire temp string, RS-485 multi-drop and SDI-12) along with both 12 and 5 VDC power. Cables are constructed of (8) 22 AWG wires, including a shielded twisted pair for RS-485 signals, an overall shield, and a heavy-duty, UV stabilized poly-urethane jacket. The connectorized cable end includes a flexible strain-relief and a plug fitting. Double o-rings (both gland and face seals) ensure a reliable and water-tight connection.
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UW receptacle to flying lead cable, 5m
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UW receptacle to flying lead cable, 20m
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