The CABLE5CBL-L is a 22 AWG, five-conductor cable with a Santoprene jacket and an aluminum Mylar shield. By default, the conductors are stripped and tinned. The cable can also be fitted with a connector for attachment to a prewired enclosure.
This generic cable can be used with a variety of products. (See Compatibility.)Read More
The "-L" on a product model indicates that the cable length is specified at the time of order.
The CABLE5CBL-L is a 22 AWG, five-conductor cable with a Santoprene jacket and an aluminum Mylar shield. The conductors are stripped and tinned, and have red, black, green, blue, and white insulation colors. The cable can also be fitted with a connector for attachment to a prewired enclosure.
Refer to the Compatibility information for a list of products this cable is commonly used with.
|Cable Jacket Material||Santoprene|
|Number of Conductors||5|
|Shield Material||Aluminum Mylar|
|Conductor Insulation Colors||Red, black, green, blue, and white|
This generic cable can be used with the following products:
|AM16/32B||Signal Connections if using both shields in 4 x 16 mode|
|CS100, CS106||Datalogger-to-barometer connection when the barometer and
datalogger are housed in different enclosures
|A21REL-12||Controls three relays|
|A6REL-12||Controls three relays|
|HUB-SDM5||SDM-to-HUB-SDM5 connections and datalogger-
to-HUB-SDM5 connection (up to six cables needed)
|HUB-SDM8||SDM-to-HUB-SDM8 connections and datalogger-
to-HUB-SDM8 connection (up to six cables needed)
|AVW1, AVW4, AVW100||Datalogger-to-interface connection|
Number of FAQs related to CABLE5CBL-L: 1
Whenever possible, purchase a sensor with the desired cable length. Some sensors have a user-specified cable length, whereas other sensors have a set cable length.
Sometimes, an old cable can be replaced with a new, longer cable.
Generally, additional cable cannot be spliced onto the existing cable because:
Splicing cable together increases the likelihood that water may enter the cable and cause shorting, corrosion, and some other potential issues, which in turn can cause measurement issues.
Because of the potential issues, do not splice any sensor cable without first contacting Campbell Scientific to discuss the sensor in detail.