Solinst SDI-12 Interface Cable

Solinst Leveloggers can also be connected to an SDI-12 data logger using the Solinst SDI-12 Interface Cable attached to a direct read cable.

Features

  • Connects to NexSens iSIC data loggers and other industry loggers
  • Levelogger is powered by data logger
  • Direct read cable assembly required to connect Levelogger to interface cable
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Solinst SDI-12 Interface Cable109033 SDI-12 interface cable
$293.00
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Solinst SDI-12 Interface Cable
109033
SDI-12 interface cable
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
$293.00
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$170.00
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Direct read cable assembly, 5'
In Stock
$84.00
Solinst Direct Read Cable Assemblies
104940
Direct read cable assembly, 15'
In Stock
$93.00
Solinst 50' Direct Read Cable Assembly
104766
Direct read cable assembly, 50'
In Stock
$125.00
Solinst 100' Direct Read Cable Assembly
104767
Direct read cable assembly, 100'
In Stock
$170.00
Solinst 200' Direct Read Cable Assembly
104768
Direct read cable assembly, 200'
In Stock
$261.00
Solinst 250' Direct Read Cable Assembly
105256
Direct read cable assembly, 250'
In Stock
$307.00
Solinst 300' Direct Read Cable Assembly
104769
Direct read cable assembly, 300'
In Stock
$352.00
Solinst Leveloggers can also be connected to an SDI-12 data logger using the Solinst SDI-12 Interface Cable attached to a direct read cable.
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