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Longacre 52-50635 AccuTech Economy Pyrometer
Longacre 52-50635 AccuTech Economy Pyrometer

Longacre 52-50635 AccuTech Economy Pyrometer

Single display Display Type, 0 to 1,400 Temp. Range, Plastic, Silver, LCD Readout, Backlit

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Longacre 52-50635 AccuTech Economy Pyrometer
Longacre 52-50635 AccuTech Economy Pyrometer
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MFG. Part #:
52-50635
Case Included:
No
Display Type:
Single display
Temp. Range:
0 to 1,400
Material Type:
Plastic
Finish:
Silver
LCD Readout:
Yes
Auto Shut-Off:
No
Backlit:
Yes

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  • Accurate, fast response
  • Straight cord tire probe
  • 2000 deg. Range if optional brake probe is used
  • With standard tire probe max 500 deg.
  • deg.F or deg.C switchable
  • Less carrying case

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