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Tracer’s UV LED Flashlight Pinpoints A/C and Fluid Leaks Fast

The OPTI-PRO Plus is engineered with a high-output violet light LED that provides optimal fluorescent dye response and contrast. This ensures that each and every leak glows brilliantly. It works with all Tracerline universal/ester and PAG A/C dyes, as well as TP-3400, TP-3405, TP-3900 and TP-3940 fluid dyes.

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Tracer TP-8655 OPTI-PRO PLUS

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The Tracerline TP-8655 OPTI-PRO Plus is a cordless, rechargeable, true UV (violet light) LED leak detection flashlight. It emits less visible light, making leaks clearer and easier to spot.

The OPTI-PRO Plus is engineered with a high-output violet light LED that provides optimal fluorescent dye response and contrast. This ensures that each and every leak glows brilliantly. It works with all Tracerline universal/ester and PAG A/C dyes, as well as TP-3400, TP-3405, TP-3900 and TP-3940 fluid dyes.

The OPTI-PRO Plus has an inspection range of 20 feet or more. Its lightweight and compact body can easily get into tight, cramped areas that larger lamps can’t. The flashlight’s rugged, corrosion-resistant, anodized aluminum body stands up to years of heavy shop use. With power comparable to high-intensity 125-watt lamps, it provides 4 hours of continuous inspection between charges. The unit has a 100,000-hour LED service life.

The OPTI-PRO Plus features convenient on-board charging and is powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery (included). The flashlight also comes with a lanyard, smart AC charger and fluorescence-enhancing glasses.

For more information, call toll-free 1-800-641-1133. Outside the U.S. and Canada, call 516-333-1254. Website at www.tracerline.com.

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