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Liquid Flow Switch, Paddle, SPDT, 20VA
- Item # 1AKZ4
- Mfr. Model # FS-550 29609
- UNSPSC # 39121538
- Catalog Page # 3762
- Shipping Weight 0.85 lbs.
- ItemLiquid Flow Switch
- Flow Rate15 to 48 gpm
- Connection Size (In.)1 MNPT
- Min. Ambient Temp. (F)-30
- Max. Ambient Temp. (F)300
- Min. Fluid Temp. (F)-30
- Max. Fluid Temp. (F)300
- Max. Pressure (PSI)2000
- Switch TypeSPDT
- Contact Rating20VA
- Body MaterialBrass
- Material of ConstructionBrass, SS, Ceramic, PTFE
- Voltage24V-240V AC/DC
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This is a Flow Switch that will fit various sizes of pipe, the paddle will need to be trimmed to fit the pipe. That is why you have all of the different flow rates, you will have to trim the paddle to fit your flow rate.
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