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High Pressure Switch, Opens 600 PSI
- Item # 4LWY1
- Mfr. Model # SHP600475
- UNSPSC # 39121506
- Catalog Page # 4211
- Shipping Weight 0.15 lbs.
- ItemHigh Pressure Switch
- Switch TypeSPST
- Switch ActionOpens On High Pressure
- Range (PSI)0 to 650
- Close (PSI)475
- Open (PSI)600
- Pressure Connection1/4" Female SAE
- EnclosureNEMA 1
- FunctionProtects Compressor
- ApplicationRefrigeration and Air Conditioning
- Includes18" Wire Leads
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