The -NM option is shipped without brackets. The no bracket option is recommended for customers who wish to bolt the flanges of the enclosure to a flat surface, such as securing it to a wall with lag bolts. This option might also be appropriate for applications in which the enclosure will be "set on a table."
-MM Tripod Mast Mounting
Order the "-MM" option if you want to mount your enclosure to the mast of one of our tripods or to a user-supplied pole with a 1.25" to 2.1" OD. A three-piece bracket attaches to the top of the enclosure and an identical three-piece bracket attaches to the bottom of the enclosure. Each bracket is attached to the mast or pole via a 2" u-bolt.
-TM Tower Mounting
Order the "-TM" option if you want to mount your enclosure to a UT10, UT20, or UT30 tower. This mounting bracket option uses the same 3-piece brackets as the "-MM" option, except the pieces are rearranged so that the flanges are on the side of the bracket instead of in the middle. Four 1.5" u-bolts attach the brackets to the tower legs.
Please note that enclosures with the "-TM" option are shipped configured for the UT10 tower. UT20 and UT30 customers will need to: (1) remove the bolts attaching the bracket to the enclosure, (2) slide out the flange sections so that the distance between the center of each flange is 17", and (3) reattach the bracket to the enclosure using the original bolts.
The COAXNTN-L is an RG8/U, low-loss, coaxial cable with a characteristic impedence of 50 ohms. It has two Type N male connectors for attaching the TX320 transmitter to the antenna. The cable originally shipped with the DCP200 has a 12 ft length (i.e., COAXNTN-L12)
This card provides a visual reference of humidity level inside the enclosure. Colored circles change from blue to pink to indicate humidity levels of 30%, 40%, and 50% relative humidity. This humidity indicator card adheres to the inside wall of the enclosure.
This 3 V lithium battery fits inside of the CR295X datalogger. The 15598 powers the CR295X's clock and SRAM when the primary 12 Vdc power supply is not connected. It needs to be periodically replaced. Campbell Scientific recommends replacing the battery every five years.
The 18017 GPS Antenna Cable connects the 17992 GPS Antenna to the TX320 transmitter. The cable terminates in a TNC connector on one end and an SMA connector on the other end. The cable originally shipped with the DCP200 has a 10-foot length (i.e., 18017-L10).
This 7.5 Ampere fast-blow fuse has blade connectors. The 18889 sits inside of the in-line fuse holder contained in the 18133 power cable. It was incorporated into the 18133 power cable beginning 22 March 2006.
The enclosure supply kit includes desiccant, a humidity indicator card, cable ties, wire tie tabs, putty for sealing the conduit, and screws and grommets for attaching peripherals to the enclosure backplate.
The 2376 consists of small, 3 cm square tabs with adhesive backing. The 2376 mounts attach to the inside of an enclosure to provide an anchor for attaching the cable ties. The cable ties, in turn, are used to secure cables and wires, thus providing strain relief and cable routing inside the enclosure.
This active GPS antenna provides 30 dB of preamp for weak signal or long cable run applications. It also provides filtering to improve immunity to other RF signals, making it highly jam resistant. Its weatherproof package is designed to withstand exposure to shock, vibration, extreme temperatures, rain, snow, and sun.