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K20 Low Cost

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Range: 0-2mS
Temp Range: 0-45oC
Body Type: PVC
Pressure: 10 Bar
Plate Material: Graphite
Cell Constant: K=1
Thread Size: ½” BSP
Cable Length: 5 Metres
Termination: 2x2mm Tags

Product K20 Low Cost
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