Vaisala M12 Female Terminal Block Connector

The Vaisala M12 Female Terminal Block Connector provides the mating connection for the WXT520 and WMT52 sensors' male connector.

Features

  • Can be wired to the terminal block with user-supplied cable
  • Provides a weatherproof sensor connection
  • Can be quickly connected and disconnected for portable applications
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