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Longacre 52-50612 Infrared Laser Pyrometer - 600 Deg.
Longacre 52-50612 Infrared Laser Pyrometer - 600 Deg.

Longacre 52-50612 Infrared Laser Pyrometer - 600 Deg.

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Longacre 52-50612 Infrared Laser Pyrometer - 600 Deg.
Longacre 52-50612 Infrared Laser Pyrometer - 600 Deg.
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  • Instant response, non-contact temps
  • Back lights for night use
  • deg.F or deg.C
  • Laser sighting for accuracy
  • Holds readings longer for easier use
  • Measures to 600 deg.F

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