Pressure Sensing Switch,.25-1.0
- Item # 6XJU0
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # 2374-495
- Catalog Page # 3107
- UNSPSC # 39121506
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- Item Pressure Sensing Switch
- Type HVAC/General Purpose
- Differential (In. WC) .10
- Switch Type SPDT
- Pressure Setting Range (In. WC) 0.25 to 1.0
- Electrical Rating 5A Noninductive 120-277VAC, 5A Noninductive 28VDC, 1A Pilot Duty 120VA
- Sample Line Connector Barbed
- Height (In.) 4
- Width (In.) 3-1/4
- Depth (In.) 2-1/8
- Mounting Holes O.C. (In.) 3-3/4
- Mounting Location Vertical
- Operating Temp. Range (F) -40 to 190
- Application HVAC
- Features Adjustable Set-Point Range , Compact Size, Wide Operating Temperature Range, Field Adjustable
- Function Sense Positive, Negative or Differential Air Pressure
- Agency Compliance UL, CSA, CE, NRTL, and Aust Gas Assoc.
- Includes Contractor Kit including Mounting Hardware and Adjustment Tool
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