LLM-1-RP

Xintex Holding Tank Display Round 2" Gauges

Xintex Holding Tank Display Round 2" Gauges

Description

The Xintex Holding Tank Display Round 2" Gauge provides high reliability and long life with zero current draw except for the short periods required for level checking.

Features

  • Hookup Consists Of Simply Connecting 12 VDC Power And The Two-Wire Senders
  • Senders Are Simple, Solidly Constructed Unis With No Moving Parts, Thus No Floats To Stick
List Price
$138.00
Your Price
$89.38
In Stock

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Xintex Holding Tank Display Round 2" Gauges LLM-1-RP Holding Tank Display Round 2" Gauge, For 1 Holding Tank
$89.38
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Xintex Holding Tank Display Round 2" Gauge f/1 Fresh Water Tank LLM-1-F-RP Holding Tank Display Round 2" Gauge, For 1 Fresh Water Tank
$89.38
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Xintex Holding Tank Display Round 2" Gauge f/2 Holding Tanks LLM-2-H-RP Holding Tank Display Round 2" Gauge, For 2 Holding Tanks
$105.63
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Xintex Water Tank Display Round 2" Gauge f/2 Fresh Water Tanks LLM-2-F-RP Holding Tank Display Round 2" Gauge, For 2 Fresh Water Tanks
$105.63
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Xintex Water/Holding Tank Display Round 2" Gauge f/1 Fresh Water & 1 Holding Tank LLM-2-RP Holding Tank Display Round 2" Gauge, For 1 Fresh Water And 1 Holding Tank
$105.63
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Xintex PFS Flanged Sender f/Pneumatic Liquid Level Monitor - 24" PFS-24R PFS Flanged Sender For Pneumatic Liquid Level Monitor, 24"
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Xintex PTS Threaded Sender For Pneumatic Liquid Level Monitor PTS-12R PTS Threaded Sender For Pneumatic Liquid Level Monitor, 12"
$99.13
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Xintex PTS Threaded Sender f/Pneumatic Liquid Level Monitor - 24" PTS-24R PTS Threaded Sender For Pneumatic Liquid Level Monitor, 24"
$120.25
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$99.13
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