Vanderbilt SH4 rain cover for card readers
- Make: Vanderbilt
- Model code: SH4
- Accessories: Rain cover for card readers
SH4 is a protective cover for BC615 and BC43. There are cuttings for cables to simplify the process of adding it to an existing installation.Read more
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SH4 is a protective cover for BC615 and BC43. There are cuttings for cables to simplify the process of adding it to an existing installation.
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