Pressure Switches SPW-SD

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Pressure Switch SPW-SD

The SPW-SD Mechanical SPDT Pressure Switch is available in a variety of pressure ranges. This durable unit has an adjustable set point that is easily changed by using the adjustment screw which is located under the protective cap.

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Features

▪ SPDT switching function
▪ Pressure ranges available up to 344 bar / 5000 PSI
▪ G1/4 and 1/4 NPT process connection
▪ NBR (Buna-N®) sealings
▪ Steel, zinc plated
▪ Spade terminal connection

Options

▪ G1/8, 1/8 NPT and 7/16–20 UNF process connections
▪ FPM (Viton®) and EPDM sealings on request
▪ Flying leads with shrink tubing, fl ying leads, Deutsch
  connector, weather pack connector female/male and IP
  option on request
▪ 316 Stainless Steel

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Technical Data

Materials
▪ Body: Steel, zinc plated or 316 Stainless Steel
▪ Connector: Polyamide

Electrical Data and Output
▪ Switching function: SPDT
▪ Cycle rate: 20 CPM
▪ Mechanical life: 2000000 operations
▪ Max. electrical rating: 5 A at 125/250 V AC,
  5 A resistive / 3 A inductive at 28 V DC

Permissible Temperatures
▪ NBR (Buna-N®): -9 °C ... +85 °C / +15 °F ... +185 °F
▪ FPM (Viton®): -18 °C ... +85 °C / 0 °F ... +185 °F
▪ EPDM: -23 °C ... +85 °C / -10 °F ... +185 °F

Process Connections
▪ G1/8, G1/4, 1/8 NPT, 1/4 NPT and 7/16–20UNF

Electrical Connection
▪ DIN EN 175301-803 form A (DIN 43650-A)

Protection Rating
▪ IP 65 protection rating: Dust tight and protected
  against water jets

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