Solinst Field Reader 5 USB Adapter

The Field Reader 5 USB adapter facilitates connection to Levelogger 5 instruments in the field for configuration & data upload.

Features

  • Low-cost communication package for field interface to Levelogger 5 instruments
  • Improved data downloading speeds at 57,600 bps
  • Optical reader connects directly to USB port
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Solinst Field Reader 5 USB Adapter114403 Field Reader 5 USB adapter
$99.00
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Solinst Field Reader 5 USB Adapter
114403
Field Reader 5 USB adapter
In Stock
$99.00
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Levelogger Edge to L5 direct read cable adapter
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