Gill

1612

Part no.: 1612

Key Features

• Legacy product

• SAE 5 bolt mounting

• Voltage output

• Ideal for salt water, coolant, acids and chemical-based liquids

The Gill 1612 is a legacy product and typically only appropriate for exisiting applications. Please contact Everight Position for documentation and/or information on replacements.

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