Hanna Instruments HI766PA Surface Temperature Probe, Type K, max. +320 °C

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Product Details

Thermocouple probes TypeK

Wide range of Type K thermocouple probes.
Each probe has a thermocouple connector for direct attachment to measuring devices.
For improved handling of probes, a probe-holder handle is fitted to a
1 metre cable is also available.
The probe for convex surfaces and the clamp probe are particularly suitable for measurements on pipes.
Available in calibrated version.

Specifications
Attribute Value
Sensor Type K
Probe Type Surface
Probe Length 280mm
Maximum Temperature Measurement +320 °C
Discontinued product
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