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202982 New-Incomplete Turck NI12U-MT18H-AP6X2 Inductive NEW NO Sensor HARDWARE outlet Prox

202982 New-Incomplete, Turck NI12U-MT18H-AP6X2 Inductive Prox Sensor NO HARDWARE

$32

202982 New-Incomplete, Turck NI12U-MT18H-AP6X2 Inductive Prox Sensor NO HARDWARE

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An item in excellent, new condition with no functional defects. The item may be missing original packaging and may have been used for testing or demo purposes. The item includes accessories found with the original product and may include a warranty. See the seller's listing for full details and description.
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Turck
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NI12U-MT18H-AP6X2
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