No cables included. They use ethernet (RJ45) and telephone (RJ11) to connect all the sensors. You also need to supply the cable for battery mid point connection.
It's a really nice setup but more expensive compared to a Victron BMV.
Let say you have a Microcare bi-directional inverter and a Microcare LCD MPPT you'll need the following:
1 x Battery monitor
2 x battery sensors (for power going in and out)
2 x converter boxes (connects the inverter and MPPT to the battery monitor)
All this will give you the ability to check the amount of power going in and out, volts, SOC and amps. The kicker is, this kit will set you back about the price of 2 BMV's.