Multiplexers / SDMX50LP
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This product is no longer available and has been replaced by: SDM8X50. Some accessories, replacement parts, or services may still be available.
Product Details
Typically Ships Within 21 - 28 Days
Restockable Yes
Warranty 1 year
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Common Accessories

 
COAXTDR-L TDR Multiplexer Cable RG8 w/2 BNC Male Connectors
 
This low-loss coaxial cable connects different levels of SDMX50LP or connects the Level 1 SDMX50LP 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
 
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

Replacement Parts

5449
 
The 5449 may be purchased to replace a lost or damaged ground lug.
23
 
Two 23 nuts are shipped with the SDMX50LP. The pn 23 nut is also available as a replacement item.
2207
 
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.