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Dual Pressure Control, 36 In Capillary
- Item # 4E042
- Mfr. Model # P70LB-1E
- NSN # 5930-00-259-7302
- UNSPSC # 41112411
- Catalog Page # 4211
- Shipping Weight 3.2 lbs.
- ItemDual Pressure Control
- Switch TypeSPST
- Low Pressure Range (PSIG)20 to 100
- High Pressure Range (PSIG)100 to 500
- High Pressure Differential (PSIG)55/65
- Low Pressure Differential (PSIG)7 to 50
- Reset LowAuto
- Reset HighAuto
- Pressure Connection36" Capillary with 1/4" Flare Nut
- MountingLevel, Upright Position with the Bellows and Conduit Connection Facing Down
- Main Switch Off Time (Sec.)1-110
- Main Switch On Time (Sec.)1-110
- Limited Knob AdjustmentCutout
- For Use WithCommercial Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
- CharacteristicsFully Adjustable Through all Pressure Ranges, Minimum Differential, Manual Reset Models are Trip Free
- Includes36" Capillary with 1/4" Flare Nut, NEMA 1 Enclosure
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