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Pressure Switch, DPST, 95/125psi, 1/4" FNPS

SQUARE D

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  • Item # 2FG79
  • Mfr. Model # 9013FHG12J52X
  • UNSPSC # 39121506
  • Catalog Page # 404
  • Shipping Weight 0.9 lbs.
Country of Origin MexicoCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemPressure Switch
  • ApplicationAir Compressor
  • Actuation TypeDiaphragm
  • ActionStandard
  • Range40 to 150 psi
  • Differential30 psi
  • Contact FormDPST
  • Port Type1-Port 1/4" FNPS
  • Unloader1/4" Compression
  • Factory On/Off Setting95/125 psi
  • HP @ 1 Phase - 120V1-1/2
  • HP @ 1 Phase - 230V2
  • HP @ 3 Phase - 230V3
  • HP @ 3 Phase - 460V1
  • Series9013FHG
  • Burst Pressure220 psi
  • PhaseSingle/Three
  • AC Contact Rating10A @ 575V
  • NEMA Rating1
  • IP Rating54
  • Temp. Range-22 Degrees to 257 Degrees F
  • Special FeaturesNitrile (Buna-N) Diaphragm, General Purpose (Indoor) Enclosure
  • StandardsUL 508, NEC Article 430-84, ANSI /NSF Standard 61, FDA 21CFR.2600, CSA Certified
  • Includes2-Way Pressure Release Valve
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Details

2-pole, HP rated Diaphragm actuated contacts opens on pressure rise NEMA 1 enclosure. Control electrically driven air compressors. Unloader models feature a small valve that opens at shutoff, releasing air pressure from the compressor head.

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I'm looking to build a gasoline powered air compressor in which the pressure switch will activate/deactivate the gasoline engine. I just need to know if this is capable of running on a +12V source.
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The Square D 9013 pressure switch contacts are rated for DC voltage. The smallest DC voltage they list is 115v. The switch is rated for 1/4 HP at 115v DC according to their specifications. To answer the question more specifically with this information, the switch may work on 12v DC, but it has not been rated for that voltage, so we cannot be 100% that the contacts will transfer your load properly.

In terms of contact operation, the contacts will transfer based off of air pressure as designed and set.

This switch does have a NEMA 1 rating and is not designed for the hazardous location your gas engine may create.

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