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Longacre 52-50620 Dual Function Infrared Laser Pyrometer + Probe
Longacre 52-50620 Dual Function Infrared Laser Pyrometer + Probe

Longacre 52-50620 Dual Function Infrared Laser Pyrometer + Probe

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Longacre 52-50620 Dual Function Infrared Laser Pyrometer + Probe
Longacre 52-50620 Dual Function Infrared Laser Pyrometer + Probe
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  • Use as Probe type pyro for tires OR a non-contact infrared laser pyrometer
  • Accurate, fast response in either mode
  • 1400 deg. range on IR
  • 500 deg. range with tire probe
  • deg.F or deg.C switchable
  • Includes standard tire probe and silver case

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