Van Essen Diver DDC-DXT Adapter

The DDC-DXT Adapter is the interface between the Smart Interface Cable and a DDC cable. The Smart Interface Cable screws on to DDC-DXT Adapter.

Features

  • Designed for use with Diver Smart Interface Cable
  • Included with AS351 bundle
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Van Essen Diver DDC-DXT AdapterAS348 Diver DDC-DXT adapter
$70.00
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Van Essen Diver Smart Interface Cable AS346 Diver smart interface cable for AS2xxx Diver Data Cables, USB
$215.00
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Van Essen Diver Data Cables AS6001 Diver data cable (DDC), 1m
$182.00
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Van Essen Diver Data Cables AS6002 Diver data cable (DDC), 2m
$184.00
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Van Essen Diver Data Cables AS6003 Diver data cable (DDC), 3m
$186.00
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Van Essen Diver Data Cables AS6004 Diver data cable (DDC), 4m
$187.00
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Van Essen Diver Data Cables AS6005 Diver data cable (DDC), 5m
$189.00
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Van Essen Diver Data Cables AS6010 Diver data cable (DDC), 10m
$198.00
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Van Essen Diver Data Cables AS6015 Diver data cable (DDC), 15m
$207.00
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Van Essen Diver Data Cables AS6020 Diver data cable (DDC), 20m
$216.00
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Van Essen Diver Data Cables AS6030 Diver data cable (DDC), 30m
$234.00
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Van Essen Diver Data Cables AS6040 Diver data cable (DDC), 40m
$252.00
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Van Essen Diver Data Cables AS6050 Diver data cable (DDC), 50m
$270.00
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Van Essen Diver Data Cables AS6060 Diver data cable (DDC), 60m
$288.00
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Van Essen Diver Data Cables AS6080 Diver data cable (DDC), 80m
$324.00
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Van Essen Diver Data Cables AS6100 Diver data cable (DDC), 100m
$360.00
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Van Essen Diver Data Cables AS6150 Diver data cable (DDC), 150m
$450.00
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Van Essen Diver Data Cables AS6200 Diver data cable (DDC), 200m
$540.00
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