NexSens WXT510-M Weather Sensor Mount
- Rugged gray PVC construction ensures long life in the harshest weather conditions
- 2" female NPT pipe thread for quick and easy attachment onto any mating pole
- Also compatible with RM Young wind monitors
|WXT510-M||Mounting kit for Vaisala & RM Young weather sensors, 2" female NPT|
|Usually ships in 3-5 days|
|MAST||2" NPT threaded aluminum pipe assembly for hardware mounting, 24" length|
|Usually ships in 3-5 days|
The WXT510-M is a PVC mount used for attaching Vaisala WXT-Series weather sensors and RM Young weather sensors to a 2" diameter pole with male NPT pipe threads. The rugged gray PVC construction ensures long life in the harshest weather conditions
Installing a Vaisala or RM Young weather sensor is fast and easy. Simply thread the mount onto a 2" NPT male threaded pole and attach the instrument to the mount by tightening the set screw or hose clamp.
- (1) 2" NPT Gray PVC pole mount base
- (1) Gray PVC mounting arm
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