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Product description

Specification:


Item Type: Electromagnetic Pulse Counter

Material: ABS
Model: MCF-4
Counting Range: 0-9999
Voltage: AC220V
Voltage Fluctuation Range: ±10%
Counting Speed: 20 times/sec
Indication Error: lt;1x0, 00001
Use Environment Temperature: -20℃-50℃

Relative Temperature: lt;85%
Power: 1.5W
Return to Zero Method: Press to return to zero



Package List:

1 x Electromagnetic Pulse Counter

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