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Item specifics

Condition:
New: A brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging (where packaging is ...
Brand:
DWYER INSTRUMENTS
MPN:
TE-IBN-E0644-14
Custom Bundle:
No
Bundle Description:
No
Modified Item:
No
Modification Description:
N/A
Country/Region of Manufacture:
CN
Color:
N/A
Type:
Temperature & Humidity Measuring > Temperature Probes
Weight:
0.4
Length:
9.000
Width:
12.000
Depth:
12.000
Voltage:
N/A
Features:
Immersion Temperature Probe, Primary Measuring Element RTD, Probe
Power Source:
N/A
Number of Batteries:
N/A
Battery Size:
N/A
Battery Included:
No
Motor Type:
N/A
Battery Capacity:
N/A
Battery Life:
N/A
Cable Length:
N/A

Dwyer Instruments Te-Ibn-E0644-14 Immersion Probe,Rtd, Pt 1000 O

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