Turner Designs Extender Cables

The Turner Designs extender cables are for use with the C3 and C6 submersible fluorometers.

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  • 25m cable requires digital converter kit
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Turner Designs Extender Cables105-2595 Extender cable, 10m
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Turner Designs Extender Cables 105-2596 Extender cable, 25m, requires 2200-905 digital converter kit
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105-2595
Extender cable, 10m
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Turner Designs Extender Cables
105-2596
Extender cable, 25m, requires 2200-905 digital converter kit
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Turner Designs C3/C6P Digital Converter Kit 2200-905 C3/C6P digital converter kit for cables longer than 10m, requires 2300-603 battery bracket
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C3/C6P digital converter kit for cables longer than 10m, requires 2300-603 battery bracket
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