- 90 Degree K-Link Cable - 10 ft - Kessil
Connects Kessil A360X lights to each other or to the Spectral Controller X
The Kessil 90 Degree K-Link cable will work with the new X series Kessil LED lights. One of the ends of the cable has a 90-degree connection, requiring minimal clearance around the control port. The other end has a standard straight connection, but includes a removable 90 degree adapter.
USB Type-C connector to USB Type-C connector
Cable Length - 10ft
1x 10ft 90 Degree K-Link Cable
1x 90 Degree Removable Adapter
Just a USB-C cable By Samuel on 5/9/2019Samuel wouldn't recommend this product to a friendI love Kessil. I love their products. Their tech support is awesome. My refugium and display are all run by Kessil. That being said, I haven’t seen it anywhere else so I thought I’d post it here: This is a basic USB-C cable that you can find anywhere in lengths from 6 inches to 10+ feet. You do NOT have to use the Kessil version for the lights to function properly. I paid $8 for 3, 3 ft cables and another $3 for the 90 degree connectors to make it look “pretty.” In fact you can buy a 3 pack of 10’ cables right now for $8.
I don’t claim to know the company’s profit margins but this is an insane markup. BRS should be selling generics in 2, 3, 5, etc on here as alternatives.
Great cable By Bradley on 3/11/2019Bradley would recommend this product to a friendDoes what is suppose to do. The person bellow seems to just be a cry baby.
Expensive and bulky By Romain on 1/18/2019Romain wouldn't recommend this product to a friendI bought one of these cables to go between two of my A360x's to be controlled by the controller.
Cable seems to be standard quality nothing special besides from little rubber "washers" at the end of each connector.
Not sure what Kessil was thinking but ten feet is way to long and why do they not offer these in multiple sizes. If they state the lights will cover a 24 or 36" area why would anyone need a ten foot cable.
The second annoying thing is instead of having a cable that has 90 degree connectors on each side they throw in a giant 90 degree adapter which is twice the height of the fixed 90 degree connector. It shows that they only thought of people who will use their own mounting arms and ignored the customer base who would mount in lower profile canopies.
Expensive, bulky and annoying.