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Liquid Flow Switch, Rotor, SPDT, 35mA/95mA
- Item # 1AMB3
- Mfr. Model # RFS 155485
- UNSPSC # 39121538
- Catalog Page # 3762
- Shipping Weight 0.35 lbs.
- ItemLiquid Flow Switch
- Flow Rate1.5 to 20 gpm
- Connection Size (In.)1/2 FNPT
- Min. Ambient Temp. (F)-20
- Max. Ambient Temp. (F)150
- Min. Fluid Temp. (F)-20
- Max. Fluid Temp. (F)180
- Max. Pressure (PSI)100
- Switch TypeSPDT
- Contact Rating35mA/95mA
- Body MaterialPolypropylene
- Material of ConstructionPolypropylene, Ceramic, PPS Composite, Polysulfone, Buna N
- Recommended Filtration (microns)150
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Yes this will work very well for this application, you will need to use a relay and power this with 24VDC in order to use this. But follow the instructions and you will get the required results with this item.
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