NexSens UW to EXO Sonde Cable Adapters

The UW-EXO is used to connect YSI EXO water quality sondes to NexSens SDL submersible data loggers or UW underwater cable assemblies.

Features

  • Includes pre-wired DCP adapter in waterproof housing
  • O-ring seal provides a reliable and watertight connection to an SDL or UW cable
  • Extension cables available for both connector ends
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The UW-EXO is used to connect YSI EXO water quality sondes to NexSens SDL submersible data loggers or UW underwater cable assemblies. The sonde connector features a wet-mateable Impulse 6-pin female connector, and the UW connector uses a double o-ring seal to provide a reliable and waterproof connection to an SDL or mating UW cable.

  • Canister Dimensions: 3.5" dia. x 6"
Questions & Answers
Will this UW-EXO adapter work with non-NexSens data loggers?

The UW-EXO adapter includes a UW plug connector on one end designed specifically for X2 data loggers. For connection to a non-NexSens data logger, a UW-FLxR mating cable terminating in bare wires could be provided for wiring to a terminal strip of a 3rd party data logger.

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UW plug to MCIL-6-FS cable & waterproof DCP adapter for YSI EXO sondes, 2m
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UW plug to MCBH-6-FS cable & waterproof DCP adapter for YSI EXO sondes, 1m
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