NexSens X2 Direct Connect USB PC Cable

The UW6 to USB cable is designed to allow direct connection from a PC to an X2 data logger for advanced setup or diagnostics.

Features

  • USB powered cable allows communication to X2 loggers without external power
  • Standard UW6 connector makes plugging into the unit easy
  • Allows direct connection for advanced diagnostic purposes
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NexSens X2 Direct Connect USB PC CableUW6-USB-485P Direct connect USB PC cable, X2-CB & X2-CBMC
$195.00
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NexSens X2 Direct Connect USB PC Cable UW6-USB-485P-DC Direct connect USB PC cable with external 12VDC power leads, X2 & X2-SDL
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NexSens X2 Direct Connect USB PC Cable
UW6-USB-485P
Direct connect USB PC cable, X2-CB & X2-CBMC
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$195.00
NexSens X2 Direct Connect USB PC Cable
UW6-USB-485P-DC
Direct connect USB PC cable with external 12VDC power leads, X2 & X2-SDL
Usually ships in 3-5 days
$195.00

The UW6-USB-485P cable is designed to provide direct interfacing to an X2 data logger in order to facilitate setup and diagnostics that cannot be completed remotely. The cable provides USB power (5V and 500mA) to the logger to eliminate the need for any additional power sources.

NOTE: USB power is typically insufficient to power sensors. If sensor power is required, an additional power source is recommended.

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