Van Essen Diver DXT Data Cables

The Diver DXT data cable can be used for stand-alone applications or to directly connect to the Diver-DXT, Diver-MOD or Diver-SDI.

Features

  • Program, read data, stop and start from the top of the well
  • Connects directly to the Diver-DXT, Diver-MOD or Diver-SDI
  • Compatible with Diver Smart Interface Cable and new Diver-Mate (DM421)
Starting At $149.00
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Deploying a Diver on a Diver communication cable saves time on downloading and provides real time data from a Diver. Connect your laptop equipped with Diver-Office to the DXT-Cable using the Diver Smart Interface Cable to program and read data from the Diver. Available in lengths from 1 meter to 300 meter.

This cable can be used for stand-alone applications or to directly connect to the Diver-DXT, Diver-MOD or Diver-SDI. In case of stand-alone use, not connected to any one of these accessories, the Well Top must be used to seal the cable and prevent it from falling in to a well with a diameter of 2 inch or less.

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Diver DXT data cable, 1m
$149.00
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AS2002
Diver DXT data cable, 2m
$151.00
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Diver DXT data cable, 3m
$153.00
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Diver DXT data cable, 4m
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AS2005
Diver DXT data cable, 5m
$157.00
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AS2007
Diver DXT data cable, 7m
$161.00
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AS2010
Diver DXT data cable, 10m
$167.00
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AS2015
Diver DXT data cable, 15m
$177.00
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AS2020
Diver DXT data cable, 20m
$187.00
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AS2030
Diver DXT data cable, 30m
$207.00
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AS2040
Diver DXT data cable, 40m
$227.00
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AS2050
Diver DXT data cable, 50m
$247.00
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AS2060
Diver DXT data cable, 60m
$267.00
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AS2080
Diver DXT data cable, 80m
$307.00
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AS2100
Diver DXT data cable, 100m
$347.00
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AS2150
Diver DXT data cable, 150m
$447.00
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AS2200
Diver DXT data cable, 200m
$547.00
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AS2250
Diver DXT data cable, 250m
$647.00
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Diver DXT data cable, 300m
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