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Pressure Sensing Switch, SPDT
- Item # 6XJV1
- Mfr. Model # 2374-508
- UNSPSC # 39121506
- Catalog Page # 4230
- Shipping Weight 0.99 lbs.
- ItemPressure Sensing Switch
- TypeHVAC/General Purpose
- Differential (In. WC)+/- 0.02
- Switch TypeSPDT
- Pressure Setting Range (In. WC)0.15 +/-, 0.02 to 5.0
- Electrical Rating300 VA Pilot Duty at 115 to 277 VAC, 15 amps Noninductive to 277 VAC
- Sample Line ConnectorIntegral Compression
- Height (In.)4-3/32
- Width (In.)4-5/8
- Depth (In.)3
- Mounting Holes O.C. (In.)3-3/4
- Mounting LocationVertical
- Operating Temp. Range (F)-40 to 180
- ApplicationHVAC and Energy Management
- FeaturesHousing Has an Enclosure Cover
- FunctionSense Positive, Negative or Differential Air Pressure
- Agency ComplianceUL, CUL
- IncludesSlip-On 1/4" OD Tubing Adapter, Sample Line Probes, Orifice Plugs
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