Medusa detectors can be connected by a variety of cables. Some cables are only used to power the detector, and other cables are used to have a wired connection to the detector. Each series of cables is characterized by the connector inserted into the detector. Below is a list of the cables manufactured for Medusa detectors.
Communication only cable used with spectrometers using the RS-232 protocol.
Simple PoE (Power over Ethernet) cable without voltage protection. Often used together with a PoE injector unit.
Combined power and ethernet cable with a Lumberg connector. The MDC-300 cables include a voltage protection circuit.
Combined power and ethernet cable with a Lemo connector. Includes a voltage protection circuit.
USB power and possible communication. Developed for powering the spectrometer from a powerbank.
Power cable and communication cable used to connect the gamma-ray spectrometer to the connection box.
Power cable used in combination with the connection box.