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Superior to any other type of pyrometer available. Unlike competing brands, these units are temperature compensated. That is, when the ambient temp. changes, MIRCO-1000 pyrometers still read the same. And we guarantee that, when properly installed, these pyrometers will be accurate within 2%. Like other Micro1000 gauges, these units come with our standard 2-year warranty. Order gauges, probes, and extension leads separately.
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  • 2% Accuracy!
  • Easy-to-Read Dial!
  • Backlighting Standard
  • Temperature Compensated!
  • Optional Lifetime Warranty!
  • Shock and Vibration Resistant!
  • Designed and Built for Aircraft!


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Q: For the Micro-1000 Dual EGT Gauges, is this a 2 round gage (I.e. does not use 4 corner bolts but instead a bracket from behind)?

Per the installation instructions, round gauges from the front are secured with a U-clamp in the rear. Square gauges from the rear are secured by four provided brass machine screws.

Q: My gauge and probes arrived with no installation instructions at all. Where can these installation instructions be found?

We have added the hookup diagram to the Documents section of this web page. Please download and review them there.

Q: Is this TSOd? Can it be installed on a cessna 150?

No, these gauges are not FAA Approved and cannot be used in certified aircraft.

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