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- Item # 3UC59
- Mfr. Model # RP920B1031
- NSN # 6685-01-004-3156
- UNSPSC # 31251504
- Catalog Page # 4242
- Shipping Weight 1.75 lbs.
- ItemPneumatic Controller
- TypeDual Input
- Control TypeField Selectable
- Operating Temp. Range (F)17 to 30
- Air Input Range (PSI)3 to 15
- Height (In.)5-7/8
- Width (In.)3-13/16
- Depth (In.)3-3/8
- Pressure (PSI)17 to 30
- Air Consumption (SCFM)0.07 SCFM with 1 psi pressure drop at 18 psi main air supply
- Compensation Start Point0 to 100% of compensation Sensory span, adjustable
- Output3 to 13
- Authority5 to 300% of primary Sensory span, adjustable
- CharacteristicsProportional, High Capacity, Single or Dual Input
- ApplicationUsed in Conjunction with Remote Sensors to Provide Proportional (P) or Proportional Plus Integral (P+I) Control of Temperature, Humidity, Pressure or Dewpoint for Heating and Air Conditioning Systems
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