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Pressure Switch, DPST, 30/50 psi, 1/4" FNPS

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  • Item # 2FH02
  • Mfr. Model # 9013FSG2J21
  • UNSPSC # 39121506
  • Catalog Page # 403
  • Shipping Weight 0.9 lbs.
Country of Origin MexicoCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemPressure Switch
  • ApplicationWater Pump
  • Actuation TypeDiaphragm
  • ActionStandard
  • Range5 to 65 psi
  • Differential15 to 30 psi
  • Contact FormDPST
  • Port Type1-Port 1/4" FNPS
  • Factory On/Off Setting30/50 psi
  • HP @ 1 Phase - 120V1-1/2
  • HP @ 1 Phase - 230V2
  • HP @ 3 Phase - 230V3
  • HP @ 3 Phase - 460V1
  • Series9013FSG
  • Burst Pressure220 psi
  • PhaseSingle/Three
  • AC Contact Rating10A @ 575V
  • NEMA Rating1
  • IP Rating54
  • Temp. Range-22 Degrees to 257 Degrees F
  • Special FeaturesGeneral Purpose (Indoor) Enclosure
  • StandardsUL 508, NEC Article 430-84, ANSI /NSF Standard 61, FDA 21CFR.2600, CSA Certified
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1- and 2-pole, HP Rated 1/4" female connection Diaphragm actuated Standard action contacts open on rising pressure Reverse action contacts open on falling pressure NEMA 1 enclosure. Designed for direct control of electrically driven pumps. Can be used with motor starters to control higher horsepower motors.

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Dear Sir
We are using the 9013FSG2 pressure switch for our housing
water pump usage , what is the ration ship between
Cut-in and cut out alignment nuts and the Air tank pressure
should the tank pressure be change by any alignment of the
Cut – in and cut out nuts ?
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Adjust in Proper Sequence:

1. CUT-IN: Turn the large range nut down for higher cut-in pressure (clockwise) , or up for lower cut-in pressure (counterclockwise).

2. CUT-OUT: Turn the smaller differential nut down for higher cut-out pressure (clockwise) which increases the differential between cut in and cut out. Turn the smaller differential nut up for lower cut-out pressure (counterclockwise) lowers the differential between cut in and cut out.

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Air volum pressure

We are using the 9013FSG2 pressure switch for our housing
water pump usage , what is the ration ship between
Cut-in and cut out alignment nuts and the Air tank pressure
should the tank pressure be change by any alignment of the
Cut – in and cut out nuts ?
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The switch you are using has two springs, one for the pressure range and one for the differential. The differential is the difference between the on and off pressures. The switch you have has a differential range of 15-30psi.

According to the manufacturer the pressure range is set by the cut-in setting and the differential adjusts the cut-out. The suggested method is to adjust the cut-in pressure, then the cut out pressure.

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Pressure volume

Dear Sir
Thank you for your replay :
But the main question was about the
pressure volume of the outer tank
and relationship between this amount of
pressure with cut-in & cut -out adjustment .
hope this time I could be able to ask my inquiry
in clear way .
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The Cut-In Pressure is the pressure at the switch contacts close and complete the electrical circuit. This is the ON set point.

The Cut-Out Pressure is the pressure at the switch contacts open and break the electrical circuit. This is the OFF set point.

Through Ask & Answer we cannot determine what the pressure is of your outer tank based upon the volume.

Adjust in Proper Sequence:

1. CUT-IN: Turn the large range nut down for higher cut-in pressure (clockwise) , or up for lower cut-in pressure (counterclockwise).

2. CUT-OUT: Turn the smaller differential nut down for higher cut-out pressure (clockwise) which increases the differential between cut in and cut out. Turn the smaller differential nut up for lower cut-out pressure (counterclockwise) lowers the differential between cut in and cut out.

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