YSI EXO Sonde Cable Reels

The YSI EXO sonde cable reel allows users to conduct a manual profile of a water column using any EXO sonde and handheld display.

Features

  • For use in boat deployments and offshore piers/platforms
  • Lock pin design to prevent free spooling
  • Rugged dual triangular support with shaft bearing
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YSI EXO Sonde Cable Reels202480 EXO sonde cable reel for up to 61m cable , 6" diameter
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YSI EXO Sonde Cable Reels 202481 EXO sonde cable reel for up to 100m cable , 12" diameter
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YSI EXO Handheld Display 599960 EXO handheld display
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YSI EXO Field Cables 599040-66 EXO field cable, 66m
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YSI EXO Field Cables 599040-100 EXO field cable, 100m
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YSI EXO1 Multi-Parameter Water Quality Sonde 599501-02 EXO1 multi-parameter water quality sonde with 4 sensor ports, 100m depth sensor
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YSI EXO3 Multi-Parameter Water Quality Sonde 599503-02 EXO3 multi-parameter water quality sonde with 4 sensor ports & 1 wiper port, 100m depth sensor
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YSI EXO2 Multi-Parameter Water Quality Sonde 599502-02 EXO2 multi-parameter water quality sonde with 6 sensor ports & 1 wiper port, 100m depth sensor
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YSI Integrated Systems & Services offers the ability to integrate a YSI field cable into a manual, hand crank cable reel assembly. This cable reel gives a customer the ability to conduct a manual profile of a water column using a YSI EXO sonde and a YSI handheld device. The cable reel consists of a slip ring containing 6 conductors specifically designed for the YSI EXO sonde. It’s designed to fit up to 500 feet (152 meters) in cable length.

A standard YSI field cable for the EXO sonde can be purchased at the same time as the cable reel. If the customer already has a YSI field cable that they would like to add onto a cable reel, they can send it in at the time of purchasing the reel and it can be installed.

The standard procedure is that a 10 foot section of cable will be cut on the handheld end of the field cable to be integrated into the slip ring on the reel. The customer may specify a different length that they would like cut at the time of purchase. The remaining length of cable will be installed onto the cable reel drum and integrated into the opposite side of the slip ring so that it becomes mated with the remaining cable to allow communication between the handheld unit and the sonde.

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