Auto Meter Data Logger 17 Channel Data Acquisition Unit & Serial Converter #9396 on 2040-parts.com
Wichita Falls, Texas, United States
Here we have a Data Logger unit & Parallel/Serial Converter both manufactured by Auto Meter. I purchased these used but in working condition a couple years ago for a project that never materialized. I personally did not ever get a chance to use this, but seller claimed it operated as it should. Includes all wiring and hardware shown in photos. Cleaning shop-must go!! To be sold as is and as shown. I only ship within the US. Paypal payment is expected within 72 hours of auctions end. Thia is a no reserve auction. Thanks for looking!
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