For optimal performance, the IS1001 should be placed as close to its respective antenna as possible. Biomark designed the IS1001 submersible enclosure for in-river systems operating with the Master Controller. Each IS1001 is accessed via the MC by way of the CAN Bus cable. Submersible enclosures interconnect with each other and the MC to create the MTS network. They include cables with underwater connectors. One cable plugs into the antenna while the others plug into neighboring submersible enclosures or the MC. The first submersible enclosure in a system includes a fixed CAN Bus cable that connects to the MC. The CAN bus cable length depends on the distance between the MC and the first submersible enclosure as well as the antenna size. Contact us for more information and pricing for first in line submersible enclosures.
Note: The IS1001 is not included in the price of the submersible enclosure.
The submersible enclosure for the 20’ antenna includes a 2.5’ CAN bus cable with male connector on one end. The opposite end includes a 2.5’ antenna cable and 18’ CAN Bus cable with female connectors.
The submersible enclosure for the 10’ antenna includes a 2.5’ CAN bus cable with male connector on one end. The opposite end includes a 2.5’ antenna cable and 8’ CAN Bus cable with female connectors.
The submersible enclosure for the floating antenna includes a 2.5’ CAN bus cable with male connector on one end. The opposite end includes a 5’ antenna cable and 10’ CAN Bus cable with female connectors. The flanges on the submersible enclosure end caps are round for floating antennas.
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