This Thermocouple Vacuum Gauge appears in good shape and comes with a power cord. It does not have any sensor cables. These are available on line. The 800 Series Thermocouple Vacuum Gauge... view more
This thermometer comes with a 400 Series probe on an 9 foot lead. It has three ranges cover -40 to 150 C. Unfortunately, though it appears in excellent shape, I cannot test it because it uses... view more
FREE SHIPPING to the USA & Canada. Shipping elsewhere from $20. This powers up and appears to respond appropriately to inputs. I note calibration services offer to test and adjust this sort of... view more
This kit came to us complete as surplus from a public health authority. It appears operational and to have accurate and responsive readings. There is no indication as to when it was last... view more
Includes the console control, power supply, 03A-P-CAL detector head, mounts, cables and cushioned wooden carrying case. The console and the detector head have "rejected for calibration" stickers on... view more
Condition is Used. As seen in pictures. Disclaimer: "The sale of this item may be subject to regulation by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and state and local regulatory... view more
As seen in pictures. Disclaimer: "The sale of this item may be subject to regulation by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and state and local regulatory agencies. If so, do not bid on... view more
MPN: F1595-P/S... view more
Genomic Solutions Gel Electrophoresis Programmable Power Supply... view more
MPN: 5500 1-25... view more
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