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Old 15-11-2013, 05:44   #1
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Question Old masthead cable?

I'm looking for someone else's junk, specifically the masthead cable and mount for the B&G H1000 line of wind sensors. There must be lots of folks that have replaced these things and thrown the old stuff in a box? It's a black molded part, with a flat flange on the bottom with the cable coming out to mount on the mast head, and a course thread about the size of a liter soda bottle to mount the actual wand, and a 6 pin connector sticking out above the threads.

As a tinkerer, I scrounged the actual masthead component that had been struck by lightning, and converted it to report NMEA data. Now I'm missing the molded mount with integrated connector and some cable. Any condition would be better than nothing.

I can 3D print the part, but integrating the connector is pretty tricky. I might have to buy the Clipper...contrary to my DIY psychosis
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Re: Old masthead cable?

Greetings and welcome aboard the CF, jimg.
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