Solinst USB Direct Read Interface Cable

The Solinst USB direct read interface cable allows you to obtain real-time data from a Solinst Levelogger without removing it from the water.

Features

  • Allows the user to view and download Levelogger data in the field
  • Levelogger can also be re-programmed without disturbing level readings
  • Field-rugged connectors for use office or field
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Solinst USB Direct Read Interface Cable109609 USB direct read interface cable
$190.00
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Solinst USB Direct Read Interface Cable
109609
USB direct read interface cable
In Stock
$190.00
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