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Pressure Switch, 0 to 1450 psi Range, 1/4" MNPT Process Connection, 316 Stainless Steel Housing Mate
- Item # 35T543
- Mfr. Model # PK6222
- UNSPSC # 39121506
- Catalog Page # 400
- Shipping Weight 0.2 lbs.
- ItemPressure Switch
- Range0 to 1450 psi
- Process Connection1/4" MNPT
- Housing Material316 Stainless Steel
- Wetted Materials316 Stainless Steel
- Compatible WithAir and Liquids
- Electrical Connection4 Pin M12 Connector
- Contact Form(2) SPST
- Circuit TypeElectronic PNP
- AC Contact RatingNot Applicable
- DC Contact Rating500 mA @ 10 to 32VDC
- NEMA RatingNot Rated
- IP Rating67
- Burst Pressure14,500 psi
- Operating Temp. Range13 Degrees to 176 Degrees F
- Off Set Point50 to 1420 psi
- On Set Point75 to 1450 psi
- Power Required10 to 32VDC
- StandardsCE, UL Listed, EMC Approval, DIN IEC 68-2-27, DIN IEC 68-2-6
Compliance and Restrictions
This item is restricted for international sale.
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