0 to 10 VoltsDC Voltage Input Sensor

Part # CABLE-ADAP10
 
 
$12

Overview

The CABLE-ADAP10 is an external input cable providing analog sensor input of 0-10 Vdc max. for HOBO ZW Series data nodes, UX120, and U12 series data loggers with one or more analog inputs. The cable has 13mm (0.5") tinned braided wire leads and a total length 1.9m (6.3 ft.).

Highlighted Features

  • Compatible with U12 and ZW wireless data loggers
  • Overall length of this cable is 1.9m (6.3 feet)

In what environment does this sensor operate?

This sensor operates in an indoor environment.

What measurements does this sensor support?

The CABLE-ADAP10 sensor supports the following measurement: DC Voltage

The CABLE-ADAP10 is an external input cable providing analog sensor input of 0-10 Vdc max. for HOBO ZW Series data nodes, UX120, and U12 series data loggers with one or more analog inputs. The cable has 13mm (0.5") tinned braided wire leads and a total length 1.9m (6.3 ft.).

Highlighted Features

  • Compatible with U12 and ZW wireless data loggers
  • Overall length of this cable is 1.9m (6.3 feet)

In what environment does this sensor operate?

This sensor operates in an indoor environment.

What measurements does this sensor support?

The CABLE-ADAP10 sensor supports the following measurement: DC Voltage

The country of origin for this product is the United States. To see the full specifications for this product, please see our product manual found under the documentation tab if available.

Max. input: 0–10 VDC
Accuracy with U12:±8 mV ±2.7% of reading
Accuracy with ZW: ±6.2 mV ±2.2%
Accuracy with UX120-006M: ±0.4 mV ±0.3% of reading
Impedance: 20 K ohm
Resolution with U12 and ZW: 0.03% of full scale
Resolution with UX120-006M: 0.002% of full scale
Length: 1.9 m (6.3 ft) (all models)
Weight: 38.6 g (1.4 oz) (all models)

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