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Pressure Switch, DPST, 30/50 psi, 1/4" FNPS
- Item # 5B412
- Mfr. Model # 9013FSG2J21P
- UNSPSC # 39121506
- Catalog Page # 396
- Shipping Weight 0.85 lbs.
- ItemPressure Switch
- ApplicationWater Pump
- Actuation TypeDiaphragm
- 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
- Burst Pressure220 psi
- AC Contact Rating10A @ 575V
- NEMA Rating1
- IP Rating54
- Temp. Range-22 Degrees to 257 Degrees F
- Special FeaturesPulsation Plug, General Purpose (Indoor) Enclosure
- StandardsUL 508, NEC Article 430-84, ANSI /NSF Standard 61, FDA 21CFR.2600, CSA Certified
- IncludesPulsation Plug (0.06")
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