Solinst Direct Read Cable Assemblies

Direct read cables are designed for direct communication with Levelogger Edge loggers without pulling the sensor from the well.

Features

  • 1/10" dia. coaxial cable with HDPE outer jacket for strength and durability
  • Upper end of direct read cable is fitted with a connector that can act as a well cap for 1" wells
List Price $84.00
Your Price $75.60
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Solinst Direct Read Cable Assemblies110582 Direct read cable assembly, 5'
$75.60
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Solinst 250' Direct Read Cable Assembly 105256 Direct read cable assembly, 250'
$276.30
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Solinst Direct Read Cable Assemblies
110582
Direct read cable assembly, 5'
In Stock
$75.60
Solinst 250' Direct Read Cable Assembly
105256
Direct read cable assembly, 250'
In Stock
$276.30
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Solinst USB Direct Read Interface Cable 109609 USB direct read interface cable
$179.00
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Solinst RS-232 Direct Read Interface Cable 106985 RS-232 direct read interface cable
$130.00
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Solinst Levelogger 4" Well Cap Adapter 110235 4" well cap adapter
$27.00
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Solinst Levelogger 2" Well Cap Assembly 110099 2" well cap assembly
$23.00
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Solinst Cable Hanger Bracket 112764 Cable hanger bracket
$41.00
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Solinst Direct Read Cable Assembly Reel 109752 SC1000 reel for direct read cable assemblies
$253.00
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USB direct read interface cable
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$179.00
RS-232 direct read interface cable
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$130.00
4" well cap adapter
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$27.00
2" well cap assembly
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$23.00
Cable hanger bracket
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$41.00
SC1000 reel for direct read cable assemblies
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$253.00

Direct read cables are available for attachment to Levelogger Gold and Edge loggers. The 1/10" diameter (2.54 mm) coaxial cable has an HDPE outer jacket for strength and durability. A stranded stainless steel braided conductor gives non-stretch accuracy.

The lower end of the direct read cable has a miniaturized infra-red optical reader. The top cap of the Levelogger is removed and the direct read cable is threaded in its place. In turn, the upper end of the cable is attached to a portable computer or Leveloader, via a USB or RS232 PC Interface Cable. This allows viewing of the data, downloading and/or programming in the field

The upper end of the direct read cable is fitted with a connector that can act as a well cap for a 1" well. This connector fits Solinst Levelogger well caps designed for 2" or 4" wells, and can easily be tethered at surface in other situations.

Questions & Answers
Does the cable plug come with a cover?

Yes, a cap for the end connector on the cable comes standard.

Please, mind that only logged in users can submit questions

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