YSI 6038 Power Supply

The 6038 power supply is used with the 6095B and 6067B PC interface cables when an external power source is needed.

Features

  • External power supply for PC interface when YSI sonde does not have internal battery power
  • Designed for use with the YSI 6095B and 6067B PC interface cables
  • 12 VDC, 110 VAC input, MS4 connector
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YSI 6038 Power Supply006038 6038 power supply, 12 VDC, 110 VAC input, MS4 connector
$82.00
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YSI 6038 Power Supply
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6038 power supply, 12 VDC, 110 VAC input, MS4 connector
In Stock
$82.00
Questions & Answers
What is the pinout diagram of the MS4 connector?

The pinout is as follows: A = Positive B = Not Used C = Negative D = Not Used

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