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General Purpose Flow Switch, NEMA1
- Item # 2RUL3
- Mfr. Model # FS251
- NSN # 5930-00-851-1923
- UNSPSC # 39121538
- Catalog Page # 3755
- Shipping Weight 1.99 lbs.
- ItemGeneral Purpose Switch
- Min. Flow Rate (GPM)5.8
- Max. Flow GPM131
- Connection Size (In.)1 MNPT
- Switch EnclosureNEMA 1
- Min. Ambient Temp. (F)32
- Min. Fluid Temp. (F)32
- Max. Fluid Temp. (F)250
- Max. Pressure (PSI)160
- Operating Velocity Range (FPM)130 to 280
- Switch TypeSingle Pole Double Throw Snap Switch
- Contact Rating7.4A @ 120 VAC - Full Load, 120 VA @ 120 or 240 VAC - Pilot Duty
- Body MaterialBrass
- Material of ConstructionBrass, SS, EPDM
- Wetted MaterialsBrass, Stainless Steel, EPDM
- Max. Operating Velocity (FPM)600
- For Use WithWater Systems
- ApplicationSignal Lights, Alarms, Motors, Automatic Burners and Metering Devices
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I do not know if I can answer that, simply because the words 3 Phase Power. Using this flow switch you will have to develop a by pass or what is called a delay circuit, this delay circuit will allow a period of time to pass before it look at the position of the flow switch. This is how you use this in a motor or pump control circuit, you would hook this to the coil circuit and interrupt the coil power if the pump is not deliveing flow.
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