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- ItemLiquid Flow Switch
- Flow Rate0.5 gpm
- Connection Size (In.)1/2 MNPT
- Switch EnclosurePolypropylene
- Min. Ambient Temp. (F)0
- Max. Ambient Temp. (F)212
- Min. Fluid Temp. (F)0
- Max. Fluid Temp. (F)212
- Max. Pressure (PSI)200 PSI @ 70F to 150F, 150 PSI @ 150F to 212F
- Switch TypeSPST, Normally Open @ No Flow
- Contact Rating20VA
- Body MaterialPolypropylene
- Material of ConstructionPolypropylene, Ryton -R4, 316 SS, Viton
- Recommended Filtration (microns)150
- Wetted MaterialsPolypropylene, Ryton -R4, 316 SS, Viton
- VoltageAC or DC
- For Use WithLiquids
- ApplicationLaser Heads, Welders, Power Supplies, High Speed Spindles, X-Ray Tubes, Semiconductor Equipment, Presses, Rotating Equipment, Conveyors, Machine Tools, and Robotics, Water Purifications and Filtering, X-Ray Film Processing, Beverage Dispensing, Chemical Additives, Gas Sampling, and Distilling
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