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Pressure Switch, DPST, 60/80 psi, 1/4" FNPS

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  • Item # 2YCF4
  • Mfr. Model # 2YCF4
  • UNSPSC # 39121506
  • Catalog Page # N/A
  • Shipping Weight 0.91 lbs.
Country of Origin MexicoCountry of Origin is subject to change.
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Technical Specs

  • ItemPressure Switch
  • ApplicationWater Pump
  • Actuation TypeDiaphragm
  • ActionStandard
  • Range20 to 65 psi
  • Differential15 to 30 psi
  • Contact FormDPST
  • Port Type1-Port 1/4" FNPS
  • Factory On/Off Setting60/80 psi
  • HP @ 1 Phase - 120V1-1/2
  • HP @ 1 Phase - 230V2
  • HP @ 3 Phase - 230V3
  • HP @ 3 Phase - 460V1
  • Series9013FSG
  • Burst Pressure220 psi
  • Manual Switch ActionAuto/Start/Off
  • PhaseSingle/Three
  • AC Contact Rating10A
  • NEMA Rating1
  • IP Rating54
  • Temp. Range-22 Degrees to 257 Degrees F
  • Special FeaturesLow Pressure Cut-Off
  • StandardsUL 508, NEC Article 430-84, ANSI /NSF Standard 61, FDA 21CFR.2600, CSA Certified

Compliance and Restrictions

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Rated 5 out of 5 by 1reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Performs adequately, seems identical to Sq-D model at better price Seems identical to the Sq-D model except for cosmetic black cover instead of grey. These things last for a few years then cut out. They build 'em with little holes that allow bugs to get in there and burn up the contacts, and gum up the works a little bit. I always get the ones with the low-pressure cut-out to save the pump from burning out when the supply water runs low, though power failures can mean manual reset will be necessary on occasion. Random switch failure means time for a new one, though cleaning out the bug juice can solve a lot of problems. March 23, 2012
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