Air Compressor Pressure Switch; Range: 25 to 160 psi, Port Type: (1) Port, 1/4" FNPT
- Item # 3EYR3
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # 11NA2X
- Catalog Page # 288
- UNSPSC # 39121506
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- Item Pressure Switch
- Pressure Switch Application Air Compressor
- Manual Switch Action Auto/Off
- Pressure Switch Port Type (1) Port, 1/4" FNPT
- Pressure Switch Factory On/Off Setting 105/135 psi
- Pressure Switch Unloader No
- Pressure Switch Differential 25 to 65 psi
- Pressure Switch Range 25 to 160 psi
- Pressure Switch Electrical Contact Form DPST
- Pressure Switch Action Standard
- NEMA Rating 1
- Series MDR11
- HP @ 1 Phase - 120V 2
- HP @ 1 Phase - 240V 3
- Temp. Range -22 Degrees to 257 Degrees F
- Standards UL Listed, CSA Certified
- Special Features 4 kW/4 HP Switching Capacity, 11 Bar/160 psi Maximum Cut-Out Pressure
- AC Contact Rating 26A @ 240V
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