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Type K Thermocouple Temperature Sensor Type K thermocouple - view of probes.
Type K Thermocouple Temperature Sensor Type K thermocouple - view of probes.
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Type K Thermocouple - Temperature Sensor
$4.95
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Type K Thermocouple Temperature Sensor. 1 meter length. A general purpose thermocouple with probes for temperature sensing.

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The Type K Thermocouple is a common purpose sensor for temperature reading. The cable length is 1 meter.

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