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Extension Cable for Heated Bat Box (5m)

Extension Cable for Heated Bat Box (5m)
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Extension Cable for Heated Bat Box (5m)

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This 5m cable is for use with the Heated Bat Roost Box and will enable the distance between the temperature controller and the bat box to be extended to 15m. More than one cable can also be connected together if a greater length is required.

The cable is simple to fit and has male and female connectors which match those on the bat box. A weatherproof cover is provided to protect the connectors together with a conical gasket which can be used if taking the cable through a wall.

Weight: 500g

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