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Alcor By Tempest 2.35 Inch Clamp EGT / TIT Probe Ungrounded Type K

$573.00/Each
Part# 10-86310
MFR Model# 86310

Overview

Alcor 2.35 inch clamp EGT/TIT probe ungrounded, 1.6 ohm, type k. PMA and FAA approved for all reciprocating powered aircraft.
   
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Features

  • Ungrounded probe designed to reduce electrical "noise" in digital indicators
  • Small element diameter provides for near instantaneous instrument response
  • Built in radiator minimizes the high temperature effects on internal spotweld connections
  • Intended for use with Type K EGT or TIT instruments and leads
  • Clamp fits up to 2.35" diameter exhaust systems with approximately .1285" size hole
  • Accurate to 25 degrees at 1500 degrees Fahrenheit
  • PMA and FAA approved for all reciprocating powered aircraft
  • Alcor probes are designed, manufactured, and supported in the U.S.A.

Specifications

  • Type:K- Red and Yellow
  • Ungrounded
  • Style: Clamp
  • Size: 2.35 Max
  • Resistance:1.6 Ohm
  • Weight:0.12 lbs
  • Warranty: 1 year
  • Alcor P/N: 86310

Reviews

This part is the exact replacement part for the original installed on our Mooney in 88. Alcor site showed that this part number is the exact replacement part number for the number in the Mooney Parts Manual. Perfect. When tie wrapping to engine mount, apply friction tape to mount before tie wrapping wiring to engine mount.

Gary F
August 31, 2017

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