630146

YSI ProSample SDI-12 Cable

YSI ProSample SDI-12 Cable

Description

10 meter SDI-12 cable with open cable end for wiring to an SDI-12 device. This cable can only be used with the ProSample P-12 and ProSample PM-12.

Features

  • Flying leads for connecting to an SDI-12 device or SOA for the SDI-12 device (i.e. EXO1/EXO2)
  • Other end of this cable is connected to the SDI-12 input on the ProSample P-12 or ProSample PM-12
  • If an EXO3 will be used, please see the 630145 cable for direct connection
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One end of item # 630146 has flying leads for connecting to an SDI-12 device or a Signal Output Adapter for the SDI-12 device (e.g. YSI EXO1 and YSI EXO2). The other end of this cable is connected to the SDI-12 input on the ProSample P-12 or ProSample PM-12.

If an EXO3 will be used, please see the 630145 cable, as it allows for direction connection of the ProSample to the EXO3.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
YSI ProSample SDI-12 Cable 630146 SDI-12 cable with bare wires for SDI-12 device interface (EXO1/EXO2 sonde with SOA), 10m
$200.00
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YSI EXO DCP Signal Output Adapter 599820 EXO DCP signal output adapter
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