This Kit with its unique bluetooth® barcode thermometer, may be used to monitor the temperature of both running and standing water, as well as the surface of pipes and tanks that form part of a water system.
• MM7000 Barcode Scanner
• TS07 Surface Probe
• TM03 Immersion Probe
• TA01 Fine Wire Sensor
• 20 x TAPS Attachment Pads
• Bluetooth Dongle
• LEGC02 Carry Case
• Software and Instruction Booklet
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