Multiplexers / SDMX50
This product is no longer available and has been replaced by: SDM8X50. Some accessories, replacement parts, or services may still be available.

Common Accessories

COAXTDR-L TDR Multiplexer Cable RG8 w/2 BNC Male Connectors
This low-loss coaxial cable connects different levels of SDMX50s or connects the Level 1 SDMX50 to the TDR100.
Cable Length - show details
-L ft per TDR cable

Allowed values: 1-500 ft, increments of 1 ft

Cable length is user-specified.
CABLE5CBL-L 5-Conductor 22AWG Cable w/Drain
This cable connects the datalogger to the SDMX50. The CABLE5CBL-L is a 22 AWG, five-conductor cable with a Santoprene jacket and an aluminum Mylar shield.
CABLE5CBL-L Options - show details
-L ft per cable

Allowed values: 1-1000 ft, increments of 1 ft

Cable Termination Options - show details
-PT -PT w/Tinned Wires
With the -PT option, the cable terminates in pigtails that connect directly to the datalogger.
-PW -PW w/Pre-Wire Connector
Choose this option if you are using this cable with a pre-wired enclosure.

Other Accessories

This cable connects the TDR100 to the SDMX50. The 13770 is shipped with the ENCTDR100.

Replacement Parts

This 14 gauge ground wire connects the enclosure ground lug to the datalogger.
The 5449 ground lug is attached to the enclosure. It may be purchased to replace a lost or damaged ground lug.
The pn 23 nut is available as a replacement item.
The 4365 can be purchased to replace a lost or damaged washer.
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 4366 may be purchased to replace a lost or damaged washer.
The 17492 provides a 5/16" U-bolt and two nuts. This product is used to mount solar panels, mounts, enclosures, or sensors to a mast, tower, or pole.
The cable ties are constructed from a flexible, nylon material. A connection is made by pulling the tapered end through the locking end, thus forming a loop. The free end is pulled tight to secure the cables, then trimmed back to the locking end. Once attached, the cable tie must be cut to be removed.
The 560 screw is used to attach a backplate to the inside of an enclosure.