NexSens UW to YSI Sonde Cable Adapters

The UW-6090 is used to connect YSI 6-Series water quality sondes to NexSens SDL submersible data loggers or UW underwater cable assemblies.

Features

  • Sonde connector features a built-in "key" to ensure proper field cable pin alignment
  • Double o-ring seal provides a reliable and watertight connection to an SDL or UW cable
  • Custom lengths are also available
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NexSens UW to YSI Sonde Cable AdaptersUW-6090 Underwater cable adapter for YSI 6-Series sondes, 8 ft.
$685.00
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NexSens UW-6091 Cable Adapter for YSI Sondes UW-6091 Underwater cable adapter for YSI 6-Series sondes, 25 ft.
$745.00
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NexSens UW-6092 Cable Adapter for YSI Sondes UW-6092 Underwater cable adapter for YSI 6-Series sondes, 50 ft.
$885.00
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NexSens UW-6093 Cable Adapter for YSI Sondes UW-6093 Underwater cable adapter for YSI 6-Series sondes, 100 ft.
$990.00
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The UW-6090 is used to connect YSI 6-Series water quality sondes to NexSens SDL submersible data loggers or UW underwater cable assemblies. The sonde connector features a built-in "key" to ensure proper field cable pin alignment, and the UW connector uses a double o-ring seal to provide a reliable and waterproof connection to an SDL or mating UW cable.
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